Sky has added to the appeal of its broadband and TV packages with a £100 Marks & Spencer voucher.
New customers signing up online for a broadband bundle with pay-TV services can get their hands on the M&S gift certificate, which offers major savings at the high street chain.
Among the qualifying packages is Sky Broadband Unlimited, Calls & TV - which the service provider describes as "the original bundle with unlimited broadband".
The deal offers up to 14Mb download speeds, an unrestricted monthly usage allowance, weekend calls to UK landlines and a free Sky Hub.
In addition, customers receive a free Sky+HD box, allowing them to pause, rewind and record live TV, free set-up and access to more than 40 premium television channels.
The broadband package is initially priced at £25.25 per month, with customers receiving a 12-month half-price discount on internet services.
After the introductory offer period, the price reverts to £29 per month plus line rental.
All new customers signing up over the internet receive a £100 M&S voucher as an added sweetener for taking out the deal.
Households seeking broadband, calls and TV services with the Sky Sports pack can also get their hands on a gift certificate when registering for the first time.
Sky Unlimited Broadband, Calls & TV with Sky Sports offers up to 14Mb download speeds with no monthly data cap. Customers also receive weekend calls, a wireless router and a free set-up.
In terms of pay-TV, subscribers receive more than 40 premium channels and a Sky+HD box, plus full access to Sky Sports.
The broadband package is priced at £42.50 per month plus line rental for the first 12 months, rising to £50 per month plus line rental after the first year.