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Sky has launched a special offer for its pay-TV subscribers, giving them the chance to bolt on three months' free broadband, calls and line rental to their package.

Existing customers can add unlimited high-speed broadband to their account at no charge for three months, with no obligation to sign up at the end of the trial period.

They are able to enjoy £71.70 worth of broadband and line rental services during the introductory offer period, before deciding whether to commit to Sky broadband.

If, after three months, customers want to carry on receiving services, they will be charged £7.50 per month plus line rental on a 12-month contract.

But if they are unhappy with their broadband connection, they can leave without penalty.

The free broadband trial for existing Sky TV customers allows subscribers to download at up to 17Mb and take advantage of an unlimited monthly usage allowance.

Customers receive a Sky Hub wireless router - which offers connectivity throughout the home for all manner of web-enabled devices - unlimited Sky Wi-Fi and inclusive weekend calls as part of their broadband package.

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