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UK ISP Sky Broadband Offers Unlimited “Fibre” FTTC with Sky TV for £25

Thursday, September 7th, 2017 (10:26 am) - Score 1,572

New and existing Sky TV customers, as well as existing Sky Broadband, Talk and TV customers without “Fibre“, can now benefit from an significant price reduction if they choose to add one of the operator’s ‘up to’ 38Mbps or 76Mbps capable Sky Fibre (FTTC) superfast broadband services.

At present it’s already possible to take Sky’s various broadband and phone services (without TV) for a reasonable discount (see last week’s news), although this week they’ve decided to target those who also take their Sky TV service by offering an even bigger discount on the same Fibre packages. The one-off setup fee for triple-play bundles has also been reduced from £59.95 to just £19.95.

As a result the cost of adding Sky’s various Fibre packages will be reduced as follows for Sky TV users:

Sky Fibre
* Download speeds up to 38Mbps (9.5Mbps upload) – Average speed of 34Mbps
* 25GB monthly usage
* 18 Month contract

PRICE: £20 a month (£23.99 without TV) for 18 months (£28.99 thereafter)

Sky Fibre Unlimited
* Download speeds up to 38Mbps (9.5Mbps upload) – Average speed of 34Mbps
* Unlimited usage
* 18 Month contract

PRICE: £25 a month (£33.99 without TV) for 18 months (£38.99 thereafter)

Sky Fibre Max
* Download speeds up to 76Mbps (19Mbps upload) – Average speed of 57Mbps
* Unlimited usage
* 18 Month contract

PRICE: £30 a month (£38.99 without TV) for 18 months (£43.99 thereafter)

All of these Fibre packages include a wireless router, Sky Talk line rental (standard UK call rates), unlimited access to WiFi hotspots from The Cloud, Sky Shield (Parental Controls and Anti-Malware), nuisance call blocking, unlimited usage and Sky Yahoo Email.

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14 Responses
  1. Avatar paul says:

    i think the sky q hub is standard on all sky broadband packages, just signed me mother up to the standard broadband and he recieved the sky q hub

    1. Mark Jackson Mark Jackson says:

      Interesting as that’s not what Sky have been saying and their website still promotes the older Hub for standard broadband packages rather than Fibre. However it would make more sense for them to hand out Q Hubs if their goal is to up-sell future services without putting extra costs in the way of subscribers.

    2. Avatar Mike says:

      @paul Do you have Sky TV?

    3. Avatar PaulM says:

      I believe the sky q hub is on some type of special offer at the moment and free with specific packages.

      If you go through the part of the shopping process and try adding and removing each product from your basket and view your basket you will see some have sky q hub along with the price of £0.00 net to it.

      Other packages still bundle the regular old modem/router and if you add sky q hub as an extra it costs something like £12 more…….. At least thats what i saw when i was checking skys packages a couple of weeks back.

    4. Avatar paul says:

      @Mike no not got sky tv

      @PaulM I didn’t actually add the sky q hub to basket

    5. Avatar PaulM says:

      “@PaulM I didn’t actually add the sky q hub to basket”

      No you do not have to on packages which include it, those that include it for free automatically add it to the basket under the “One off costs” section with a price of £0 next to it. The packages where it is not free give you the option to upgrade/add it at the cost of £12 (or whatever it currently is). The £10 for postage is a bit cheeky though and current sky customers who want a sky q hub it costs £69 (Sky have done a bit of a BT hub selling playbook there lol).

      However after another quick look it does now appear to be free on more packages for new users, i did not check them all this time but even on ADSL 17Mb they now seem to be including the Sky Q hub for free which it definitely was not until recently. It maybe because sky fibre, not ADSL (for the most part) deals are now 18 months contracts. Or sky just want to phase out the old brick router.

    6. Avatar Mike says:

      If you’re getting fibre and you can’t get the Sky Q Hub for £12 or less then I’d just extract your password for the current/old router and then buy a nice VDSL router.

      It’s not worth £69 imo.

  2. Avatar Henry says:

    What is the Sky offer for someone whose Openreach/BT Wholesale forecast FTTC speed is around 50Mbit/s and wants the highest speed available?

    1. Mark Jackson Mark Jackson says:

      Strictly speaking I wouldn’t even bother going for the Max package if you can only get a speed like that, not least since the estimate can often be more optimistic than reality.

      However unofficially they do offer a stealthy 52Mbps FTTC package (Sky Fibre Unlimited Plus), which is usually offered to Sky Fibre Max subscribers that struggle to hit the package’s minimum Download Speed Guarantee of 55Mbps.

      This option tends to be -£2.50 per month less than the normal Sky Fibre Max price but I’ve heard that you can request it by calling Sky direct. The downside is that I’m not sure if you’d benefit from a special offer or not by taking it.

  3. Avatar Simon says:

    I just left Sky Q today – bummer

  4. Avatar Ryan says:

    Deals have disappeared and been replaced with Fibre Max bundles at much higher prices than listed here. They did look too good to be true from Sky!

    1. Avatar Imaginary John says:

      There is no deal higher in price then mentioned here…

      That page lists all the deals without TV. In fact the “Sky Fibre Unlimited” package has had further price reductions, no idea what you are looking at to think things have gone up in price.

  5. Avatar fergy says:

    can you use your own vdsl router if you take out sky fibre?

    1. Avatar Ultraspeedy says:

      Un-officially yes you can, you need to extract your username and password first from the supplied kit. Unless thats changed and sky will now hand out that info.

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