Sky has refreshed its range of TV, home phone and broadband bundles, giving UK households the opportunity to save money when switching.
The broadband provider is offering a 50 per cent discount on pay-TV services for six months, plus half-price broadband for 12 months.
Among the deals included as part of the promotion are the Sports Bundle with Broadband Unlimited, and the Movies Bundle with Entertainment Extra and Broadband Unlimited.
Consumers can pay just £25.50 per month for the Sports Bundle with Broadband Unlimited, rising to £43.50 per month after six months and £51 per month after one year.
The package includes up to 16Mb download speeds, an unlimited data allowance and Sky Talk Weekends.
Subscribers receive a free £25 Marks & Spencer voucher as part of the deal, adding to the savings possible when switching to Sky.
In terms of TV services, the Sports Bundle with Broadband Unlimited offers more than 40 premium channels plus the Sky Sports pack.
Also included as part of the deal is a free Sky+ box - enabling viewers to pause, rewind and record live TV, and access on-demand content - and free set-up.
Consumers signing up for the Movies Bundle with Entertainment Extra and Broadband Unlimited can also take advantage of up to 16Mb download speeds with an unlimited monthly usage allowance.
The package comes with weekend calls to UK landlines, free-to-air channels, Sky Entertainment Extra, Sky Movies, and a free Sky+HD box.
For the first six months of a 12-month contract - when both broadband and TV services are half-price - the package costs £25.25 per month plus line rental.
After six months, when TV services revert to the standard price, the deal costs £46.75 per month plus line rental.
And after 12 months, the Movies Bundle with Entertainment Extra and Broadband Unlimited is priced at £50.50 per month plus line rental.
New customers also receive a £25 M&S voucher when signing up for the broadband deal online.