Sky bundles are a money-saving option
Money Market blogger Richard Cohen highlighted the savings available to consumers who sign up for one of these packages, pointing out the broadcaster offers free broadband to customers who take out a digital TV deal.
However, the financial benefits of getting a number of services from Sky don't stop there, as the company also includes evening and weekend home phone calls to other UK landlines in all of its pay-TV propositions.
As a result of this, many Sky subscribers don't have to shell out a penny for their broadband and calls, while also enjoying access to hundreds of TV channels.
For instance, choosing just one TV Pack with the organisation will open up more than 240 stations for your viewing pleasure for a price of just £19.50 per month.
If that isn't enough, this package comes with a £25 Marks & Spencer (M&S) voucher if you apply via the Sky website, although you'll need to pay a one-off fee of £79 for connection.
With that in mind, we reckon it makes sense to choose a deal that offers you a little more bang for your buck and if you're a sports fan, you can't go wrong with the Sky+HD with Sky Sports offer.
For £51 per month - with no upfront charge required - you'll be able to watch Sky Sports 1, 2, 3 and 4 in glorious high definition, which really is the best way to enjoy the likes of Premier League football, Aviva Premiership rugby and the Ashes.
As an added incentive, you'll get a £50 M&S voucher for signing up online.
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