New Sky customers who sign up to Sky Sports or Sky Movies can pick up a Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 for £49 until August 1.
The 7-inch Android tablet, which normally retails at around £220, has a sleek, lightweight and compact design for easy portability and one-handed use, with a 1.3ghz dual core processor, ideal for Sky’s family of apps.
All new Sky customers get a free Sky+HD box, and the Galaxy Tab 3 offer can be taken with Sky’s half-price Broadband Unlimited and Fibre Unlimited offer. Click here or the image below to find out more.
Read Recombu Digital’s guide to Sky apps and Latest Broadband & TV DealsLuke Bradley-Jones, Sky’s director of TV products, said: “We know our customers love the flexibility and convenience of being able to enjoy TV no matter where they are.
“We’ve seen loads of customers start accessing Sky Go on tablets where the bigger screen size and memory means the experience is even better.
“With our biggest ever season of live sport ahead, and with Sky Movies offering blockbuster movies at least a year ahead of anyone else, there’s never been a better time to enjoy Sky Go.”
Sky said the best way for new customers to get the £49 Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 is by signing up to one of its three premium bundles: The Sports Bundle at £43.50/month, The Movies Bundle at £37.50/month, or The Complete Bundle at £67.25/month.
As well as Sky Go, with extra Sky Movies or Sky Sports depending on your subscription, Galaxy Tab 3 buyers will be able to enjoy the full range of Sky apps for Android.
That includes the Sky Sports app, which lets Sky Sports subscribers watch all six Sky Sports channels live on the move.
Sky Movies subscribers can browse the Sky Movies catalogue with the Sky Movies app, set up recordings and pick films to play through Sky Go.
The Sky+ app lets you browse the Sky Guide and set up recordings on the move, and take control of your Sky+HD box via WiFi when you’re at home.
The Sky Sports News and Sky News apps bring the latest headlines and video news, and the Sky Arts app lets you take an interactive tour of the UK’s art heritage.