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Sky UK Discounts Superfast Fibre Broadband and Phone Packages

Friday, February 9th, 2018 (8:39 am) - Score 2,032

New customers of Sky Broadband’s superfast “fibre” (FTTC) based packages may be pleased to know that the ISP has dropped their monthly prices back down to just £25 for ‘up to’ 38Mbps and £30 for ‘up to’ 76Mbps broadband with phone line rental. A £50 Prepaid MasterCard is also included as a gift.

The new discount, which is expected to be available on orders made until 29th March 2018, means that Sky’s offer pricing has now been cut to roughly the same level as they were during last year’s Black Friday sale, which only lasted for a very brief period. However a £59.99 one-off setup fee does still apply.

Otherwise customers can expect to receive an 18 month contract term, unlimited usage, a wireless router (Sky Q Hub), Sky Talk line rental (standard UK call rates), unlimited access to WiFi hotspots from The Cloud, Sky Shield (Parental Controls and Anti-Malware), Sky Talk Shield nuisance call blocking, Sky Yahoo Email and a 12 month free trial of the McAfee Internet Security Suite.

Sky Fibre Unlimited
* Download speeds up to 38Mbps (9.5Mbps upload) – Average speed 34Mb

PRICE: £25 a month for 18 months (£38.99 thereafter)

Sky Fibre Max
* Download speeds up to 76Mbps (19Mbps upload) – Average speed 57Mb

PRICE: £30 a month for 18 months (£43.99 thereafter)

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10 Responses
  1. Avatar timeless says:

    does this include line rental? or are you just quoting the base fibre price? wondering if its worth calling them up again to check on deals.

    1. Avatar James says:

      It does yes. ISP’s are no longer allowed to “hide” line rental from connection price, so it get’s all rolled into a single monthly cost now.

      So when you see £30 a month, £25 a month etc from any ISP, it’s literally that cost. Only thing to note is the one off connection fees. Sky for instance have one, Plusnet, Vodafone and a few others don’t have a connection fee and are around the same monthly price.

  2. Avatar timeless says:

    just an update, these discounts are only available to those who also have TV packages from the discussion l had with Sky, either way l did manage to lower my bill slightly just not to as good a deal as above.

    1. Mark Jackson Mark Jackson says:

      We always run order tests before posting and, as per the article above, if you’re a new customer then the discounts are applied. However as usual this is not for existing customers. Nothing in T&C’s about it needing to be bundled with TV either, unless you’re an existing customer. Try to order it as a new customer yourself and you’ll see what I mean.

  3. Avatar joe pineapples says:

    Been waiting for this to come around again. Pity about the connection fee but I guess the master card helps with that. I’ve been with them on adls2 for donkey’s years but BT landline. I suppose I’m better discussing it over the phone with them on how to move it forward to give me the offer. Hopefully not having to cancel and resign if that means a loss of service for any length of time.

  4. Avatar James Johnson says:

    Makes you wonder if they are concerned about the progress of FTTP and FTTPoD rollouts.
    If I wasn’t able to compete with FTTP then I’d start trying to lock more people into contracts.
    As it is I’m currently waiting for BT to attempt FTTPoD again… the aggregation node is 200m from my door, a PON is less than 50m (with spare ports) and the FTTP duct ends 3m from my door… installation charge would be low.
    When they do, I’m saying bye to Sky.

    1. Avatar Mike says:

      “Makes you wonder if they are concerned about the progress of FTTP and FTTPoD rollouts.”

      Yeah they are trembling that regular joe punters are going to spend thousands getting a FTTPoD connection, obviously *rolls eyes***

  5. Avatar Paul says:

    Should of ran this a few months ago when bt announced a price rise

  6. Avatar Billy says:

    I just left Sky because the ‘introductory rate’ was over and my bill was about to become £28.99 a month for 5mbps adsl.
    We had a discussion and their best possible deal was £18.99 for adsl with a dynamic ip address.

    I had previously looked around to see who would charge me the least for the crappy connection that I have, and the cheapest was £13.50 a month but this included CGNAT which is fine for the eBay and porn brigade, but I like to log in remotely and CGNAT doesn’t allow for that.

    I ended up paying £15 a month, which I would have gladly given to Sky, but they, like so many other ISPs are just too greedy and would rather lose the business than charge slightly less than extortionate. Yet they can all sell internet access for next to nothing to people who are not their customers, in the hope that the customers don’t mind being robbed blind once the introductory rate is over.

  7. Avatar Simon says:

    the discount before the price rise


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