Sky is giving consumers the chance to get their hands on a free Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 when they sign up for pay-TV services.
The tablet offer is available to new customers joining Sky TV on a 12-month contract, paying between £21.50 and £57 per month.
When customers sign up over the internet, a free Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 will be added to their basket.
The mobile device - which can be used to access the internet - will be sent out within 48 hours of their Sky TV connection being installed.
Sky is running the promotion until Sunday March 23rd, meaning consumers have just three days to take advantage of the deal.
The offer applies to a number of Sky TV bundles, including The Original - which offers more than 35 pay-TV channels and another 240 free-to-air for £21.50 per month.
The Family Bundle - which costs £32 per month - offers over 80 pay-TV channels, 50 of which are in HD, plus TV Box Sets on-demand and Sky 3D.
Sky customers signing up for The Movies Bundle for £37.50 per month receive 35 pay-TV channels, 240 free-to-air, and the full Sky Movies offering of 11 channels.
For £43.50 per month, they can take out the Sky Sports Bundle, which provides access to all six subscription sports channels.
All new Sky TV customers receive a free Sky+HD box as part of their package, allowing them to pause, rewind and record live TV.
They can also use the device to access on-demand content, providing they connect their box to their broadband line.
Subscribers also receive a free standard set-up worth £30.