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Consumers signing up for a Sky TV bundle with the Sports or Movies package can now save money on a Samsung Galaxy Tab 3.

Sky is offering a £100 discount on the tablet device for pay-TV customers joining the firm on a premium TV deal.

This means consumers can buy a Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 for just £49, allowing them to watch films and sports action on the move.

Sky says the tablet gives consumers chance to take advantage of its Sky Go service, which offers up to 39 live channels and hundreds of hours of on-demand content.

This can be streamed over 3G, 4G and Wi-Fi connections, while customers with Sky Go Extra can download content to watch offline.

Luke Bradley-Jones, Director of TV Products, said Sky customers "love the flexibility and convenience of being able to enjoy TV no matter where they are". 

"We've seen loads of customers start accessing Sky Go on tablets where the bigger screen size and memory means the experience is even better," he stated.

"To help even more new customers enjoy this great service and get more value from their Sky experience, we are delighted to be able to offer this state-of-the-art tablet for just £49 to new Sky Sports or Sky Movies subscribers."

Mr Bradley-Jones said that with Sky's "biggest-ever season of live sport" ahead, and the Movies package offering blockbuster films at least a year ahead of anyone else, there "has never been a better time to enjoy Sky Go".

The tablet offer is scheduled to run until August 1st 2013, meaning consumers have almost one month to take advantage.

As an added deal sweetener, Sky is offering a £25 Marks & Spencer gift voucher to new customers signing up for a Sky Sports or Sky Movies bundle.

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