You can get Sky Entertainment TV and Sky Fibre Max broadband together for £42 a month in Sky's latest flash sale.
Sky Entertainment is usually £20 a month on its own while Sky Fibre Max broadband is currently £27 a month with anytime calls, so we're talking about a saving of £5 a month here.
Sky Talk Anytime Extra is included and there is an upfront cost of £19.95 to pay.
Sky Entertainment is Sky's standard TV offering and gives you a lot of telly for your money. There's hundreds of channels including Sky Atlantic, which you can't get anywhere else, as well as more catch-up TV than you'll ever have time to watch.
You can watch on the move with Sky Go and add a range of extra services to your package if you so wish – there's Sky Cinema for movie buffs, Sky Sports with more Premier League football than any other broadcaster and a kids pack to keep the little ones happy.
Sky Q is the broadcaster’s most advanced television platform. Viewers can watch up to six shows while recording a seventh if they have the 2TB edition of the Sky Q box, which can store up to 1,000 hours of HD and allows you to enjoy your favourite shows in Ultra HD.
Be warned though, the 2TB Sky Q box will cost you an extra £199 set-up fee, or £65 if you take Sky Q Multiscreen at £12 a month. The standard 1TB box comes with a £20 set-up fee.
What’s more, the Sky Q box acts as a wifi booster for Sky broadband customers.
Sky Fibre Max offers an average download speed of 63Mbps and is ideal for smaller households. Fibre broadband offers you more reliability and greater bandwidth so can cope with multiple users streaming movies in HD or gaming online.
It comes with the Sky Q Hub, the company’s latest Wi-Fi router, capable of delivering speeds three times faster than the previous generation of routers.