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Thursday, Feb 27th, 2014 (8:50 am) - Score 1,081
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Customers looking to take one of Sky Broadband’s (BSkyB) unlimited packages (both standard and superfast fibre), without TV, will perhaps be pleased to learn that they can now take the bundle at half price and receive a £100 Marks & Spencer’s voucher on top.

As usual Sky Line Rental is still a requirement alongside all of their broadband bundles and no discount is applied to this service, which means that everybody will have to pay £15.40 a month for it on top of the broadband price.

Sky BB Unlimited + Free Weekend Calls
* Up to 16Mbps “typical” download speeds (20Mbps max)
* Truly unlimited downloads
* Inclusive weekend UK calls
* Free Sky Hub Wireless Router – £2.18 delivery charge
* Free Unlimited access to WiFi Hotspots from The Cloud
* Sky Shield (Parental Controls and Anti-Malware)
* 12 Month Contract
* £100 M&S voucher

PRICE: £5 Per Month for the first 12 Months (£10 thereafter) + Line Rental

Sky Fibre + Free Weekend Calls
* Up to 38Mbps “typical” download speeds
* Truly unlimited downloads
* Inclusive weekend UK calls
* Free Sky Hub Wireless Router – £2.18 delivery charge
* Free Unlimited access to WiFi Hotspots from The Cloud
* Sky Shield (Parental Controls and Anti-Malware)
* 12 Month Contract
* £100 M&S voucher

PRICE: £10 Per Month for the first 6 Months (£20 thereafter) + Line Rental

The above prices typically reflect what Sky charges the vast majority of the United Kingdom, specifically those covered by its unbundled (LLU) network. Similarly only those within reach of an FTTC service will be able to take their “Fibre” product. Take note that the standard broadband package drops to only £3.75 a month if you bundle it with a Sky TV product.

The websites T&C’s suggest that the new £100 M&S voucher will be available until 2nd March 2014, although other ad firms have suggested that it should be sticking around until 31st March so we’re not quite sure. But we’d probably go with what they say on their website.

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