Sky Q users who also use Spotify's premium offerings can now pay for their TV and music services under one subscription.
The Spotify app was added to Sky Q earlier this year, allowing customers to stream music directly through their TV.
However, until now, users have still been required to take out a separate subscription in order to enjoy the provider's premium services.
This is no longer the case, as Sky can now combine TV and Spotify payments into a single price, which could make managing monthly bills that bit simpler.
As well as removing advertising from the platform, Spotify Premium provides users with higher-quality streaming, lets them listen to any song at any time, offers unlimited skips, and allows users to save their playlists and listen to them even when they are offline.
Spotify Premium will set consumers back £9.99 a month, and Sky is offering a free three or six-month subscription to new customers.