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Sky has added to the appeal of its current unlimited broadband and calls deal with a £25 M&S voucher offer.

Consumers signing up for Sky Unlimited Broadband & Calls over the internet now receive a free gift certificate in addition to six months' free service.

The broadband package offers up to 14Mb download speeds with an unlimited monthly usage allowance.

Subscribers also receive a free wireless router, allowing them to get online anywhere in the home, and are able to take advantage of free Wi-Fi minutes when out and about.

Sky Unlimited Broadband & Calls comes with inclusive weekend minutes to UK landlines, with customers required to pay a monthly line rental fee.

Ordinarily, the broadband deal is priced at £10 per month plus line rental.

However, the six months' free offer enables customers to save £60 during the introductory discount period.

From the seventh month of a 12-month contract, the price reverts to the standard £10 per month plus line rental.

Sky is currently running an alternative offer, for households signing up for broadband and calls alongside subscription TV services.

Any new customer bundling pay-TV with their internet and home phone package is entitled to receive a £100 M&S voucher, which can be used at the popular high street retail chain.

The offer applies to a number of packages, including those featuring premium TV services such as Sky Movies and Sky Sports.

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