SKY customers have discovered a free perk on their accounts with loads of extra TV shows and movies to watch.
The firm is currently giving away access to Paramount+ at no extra cost.
Paramount+ is home to originals including the new Special Ops: Lioness series starring Zoe Saldana, Nicole Kidman and Morgan Freeman.
The list of hit movies also range from Top Gun Maverick and Scream, to Mean Girls and The Lost City.
It usually costs £6.99 per month to subscribe to the streaming platform.
But some customers are receiving six to 12 months for free as part of their Sky TV plan.
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The offer is tucked away in the Sky VIP section of the MySky app, so check yours now to find out if you're eligible.
It should be under the Giveaways area.
There are a limited number of free codes available so don't wait forever.
Anyone who doesn't want to pay for the service once the free period is up should set their calendars so they cancel before charges are due to start.
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Usually you can cancel straight away after subscribing and the free period will run right until the cut off date.
If you don't see the offer on your account, it may be because you've already redeemed it.
It may also be because you've got Sky Cinema.
Paramount+ comes at no extra cost to all Sky Cinema subscribers.
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