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Sky has enhanced its unlimited fibre package with the addition of free set-up, in addition to six months' half-price superfast broadband.

The broadband provider is waiving the £30 connection fee it usually charges for upgrading to fibre, but only for a limited time, with consumers having until July 9th to take advantage of the deal.

The package offers up to 38Mb superfast broadband with no monthly usage cap, a free Sky Hub router, and unlimited Sky Wi-Fi on the go with The Cloud, all for £10 a month for the first six months of an 18-month contract, rising to £20 a month thereafter.

Alternatively, those with more modest usage requirements can take out the same package with a 25Gb monthly usage limit for £10 a month for the duration of an 18-month contract.

Free UK landline calls are included with both packages, although line rental of £16.40 a month is also payable on top.

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