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UK households can make savings on line rental services when they sign up for the Sky Unlimited Broadband and Weekend Calls package.

Sky is offering three months' free line rental to new customers subscribing for the package, giving them the opportunity to save up to £43.50 in total, reports ISPreview.co.uk.

Customers are required to sign up for Sky's line rental services - ordinarily priced at £14.50 per month - when taking out a home phone and broadband deal.

The cost of line rental can be reduced to the equivalent of £9.95 per month if paid 12 months in advance - in which case subscribers save £29.85 on line rental through the introductory offer.

Sky Unlimited Broadband and Weekend Calls offers up to 14Mb download speeds, with customers permitted to consume as much data as they like each month.

Weekend calls to UK landlines are included as part of the broadband deal, while subscribers have unlimited access to Wi-Fi hotspots powered by The Cloud.

Customers receive a free 'N' wireless broadband router, which gives users maximum flexibility in terms of getting online at home.

And the broadband deal also includes a free 12-month trial of McAfee Internet Security Suite.

The broadband deal is priced at £10 per month, plus line rental services.

As an added bonus, consumers signing up for Sky Unlimited Broadband and Weekend Calls are entitled to a free £25 Marks & Spencer voucher, which can be used to make savings at the high street chain.

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