Sky has launched a Christmas broadband deal, giving UK households the chance to sign up for free unlimited ADSL and fibre broadband.
The service provider is offering a year's internet services at no charge on its Broadband Unlimited tariff, along with six months' free Sky Fibre Unlimited.
Sky Broadband Unlimited - which is ordinarily priced at £7.50 per month plus line rental - offers download speeds of up to 17Mb with no usage cap.
Subscribers receive a Sky Hub wireless router, weekend calls to UK landlines, free Wi-Fi and a £50 M&S voucher, which can be used to make savings at the high street retail chain.
Households seeking super-fast broadband can also benefit from Sky's festive offer.
Sky Fibre Unlimited offers download speeds of up to 38Mb with no restrictions on data consumption. Again, subscribers receive a Sky Hub, free Wi-Fi and weekend calls to UK landlines.
The fibre broadband package is usually priced at £20 per month plus line rental, but is free for the first six months.This allows subscribers to save £120 during the introductory contract period.
On both packages, new customers are required to sign up with Sky on an 18-month deal.
The offer also applies to Sky TV subscribers looking to bolt internet and phone services onto their existing deal.