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Sky’s current promotion on its Unlimited Broadband package ends this Thursday, 16 March.

New customers who sign up for Sky’s Unlimited Broadband before then will lock into a monthly fee of £18.99 — which is currently Sky’s price for line rental, meaning the broadband itself is technically free with this current deal.

Unlimited Broadband is normally £28.99 per month, so the promotion is a yearly savings of £120.

On top of this, Sky is also offering a £75 prepaid Mastercard, which can be used nearly anywhere, bringing the total savings to nearly £200.

Sky’s Unlimited Broadband package is ADSL broadband, offering speeds of up to 17Mbps without any data cap, so you can browse the internet and stream media without buffering.

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