Sky TV fans can get a very good discount right now.

The satellite TV firm has just released a new discount which is offering a much lower price on its popular Sky Sports bundle.

Customers who sign up for this package will currently pay just £42 per month rather than the usual £50.

One added bonus of this offer is that the discount lasts for 18-months meaning there’s a total saving of £144 to be made.

Included in the bundle are all of Sky’s eight sporting channels plus another 300 channels from Sky’s Entertainment.

You’ll also get access to a standard Sky Q 1TB box which can store 500 hours of TV and record three shows at the same time.

If you want a more premium option then the Sky Q 2TB set-top device is also available which can store 1000 hours of TV and record six shows at once.

This device also offers the ability to view certain programmes in pin-sharp 4K quality.

It’s worth noting that the standard installation fee is £20 with customers having to pay £199 if they want the better 2TB Sky Q box.

If you like sport then this is a good deal but you haven’t got long to sign up with Sky confirming that its discount ends today, June 6.

As well as Sky offering lower prices there’s also a decent discount available from Virgin Media right now.

Virgin has just announced that it is offering the new Big Bundle for just £29 per month with saves a total of over £100 off the usual 12-month price.

The Big Bundle includes 110 channels along with average broadband speeds of 108Mbps plus there’s Talk Weekends thrown in as well.

Along with this discount, Virgin Media is also launching a new service aimed at always keeps customers connected.

From this week users with combined ultrafast broadband and mobile bundles will receive unlimited 4G mobile data if they experience an issue that results in a loss of broadband connectivity.

The data boost will be available for seven days for all Virgin Mobile SIMs registered on a customer’s account so everyone in the home can stay online and up-to-date while an engineer fixes the problem.