Sky has extended its latest TV and broadband offer, which gives new customers the chance to save money on triple-play packages.
The promotion had been set to end, but consumers can still claim a 25 per cent discount on Sky TV and free broadband services for 12 months, plus £50 account credit.
The special offer applies to a number of Sky broadband deals, including the Sky Original Bundle & Broadband Unlimited.
Subscribers can take advantage of up to 17Mb download speeds with no usage cap, along with weekend calls, a free Sky Hub and over 35 channels.
The broadband deal comes with a free Sky+HD box - which allows subscribers to pause, rewind and record content - and access to the Sky Go mobile TV service.
For Sky's Original Bundle & Broadband Unlimited, new customers pay £16.13 per month plus line rental for 12 months.
After the first year, the price reverts to £21.50 per month plus line rental.
Should consumers choose the Variety Bundle with Broadband Unlimited - allowing them to select from over 80 channels - the price is initially £21 per month plus line rental.
After 12 months, this rises to £28 per month plus line rental.