Sky has announced a new sale for one of its Sky Q TV deals that will see new customers save a third on the normal price.
The TV and broadband provider has reduced the cost of its Entertainment and Sky Sports HD bundle from its usual £60 per month down to £40, plus a £20 one-off setup fee.
This works out to a saving of £360 over the course of the 18-month minimum contract.
For this, you get a Sky Q set-top box that lets users store up to 500 hours of high-definition TV and record up to three shows simultaneously while watching a fourth, as well as stream content to your smartphone or tablet.
In addition to more than 300 live TV channels, it also offers a huge range of on-demand content, including 60 catch up channels, such as BBC iPlayer and ITV Encore. Other services available via Sky Q include Spotify and - coming in November - Netflix.
The deal is available for a limited time only, however, so customers will need to act quickly.