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New Sky customers can sign up for  discount TV and half price unlimited broadband with no usage limits for a year following the launch of two new bundles.

The first deal offers access to seven Sky Sports channels and 35 premium channels, along with 25 per cent off their Sky TV package and an extra £100 off their bill, for £39 plus line rental for 12 months.

The sports-centric offer comes ahead of the new Premier League season, which kicks off on August 8th, with Sky Sports still offering the largest share of coverage, despite recent strides made by BT.

Subscribers to this latest deal will also receive a free Sky+HD box, free Sky Hub router, unlimited downloads and 17Mbps connection speeds, with the option to add 38Mbps fibre broadband to their bundle for an extra £6.50 a month.

Alternatively customers can opt for Sky's Original Bundle and Unlimited Broadband deal, which offers the same perks but without Sky Sports, and comes at a price of £18.75 a month plus line rental for 12 months.

Viewers also have the opportunity to upgrade their TV to the Sky Variety Bundle, which includes over 80 premium channels, for an extra £8.50 a month.

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