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ISP Sky Broadband Discounts Superfast Fibre Prices for Easter 2018

Friday, March 23rd, 2018 (8:33 am) - Score 9,828

New customers considering Sky Broadband’s Unlimited Fibre (FTTC) packages can once again order the service for a reduced monthly price of just £25 for ‘up to’ 38Mbps and £30 for ‘up to’ 76Mbps with phone line rental. A £75 Prepaid MasterCard has also been included as a gift.

The new discount, which should be available to order until 2nd April 2018, will last for the first 18 months of the subscriber’s contract before normal pricing returns (as below). We’ve also noticed that Sky has decided to remove their capped usage ‘Sky Fibre‘ tier from the public product page, which leaves only their unlimited tiers on public display.

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 Unlimited
* Download speeds up to 17Mbps (1Mbps up) – Average speed 11Mb

PRICE: £20 a month for 12 months (£30 thereafter) + £9.95 setup

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

PRICE: £25 a month for 18 months (£38.99 thereafter) + £59.95 setup

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

PRICE: £30 a month for 18 months (£43.99 thereafter) + £59.95 setup

UPDATE 26th March 2018

Oddly the discount seems to have vanished just a couple of days after it went live.

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By Mark Jackson
Mark is a professional technology writer, IT consultant and computer engineer from Dorset (England), he also founded ISPreview in 1999 and enjoys analysing the latest telecoms and broadband developments. Find me on Twitter, , Facebook and Linkedin.
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15 Responses
  1. edirson says:

    panu ako makkabili?? wala ata mabibilhan dto sa area ko.. gusto kuna lumipat ng wireless provider hndi kya sa gamit ko now..

    1. Mark Jackson says:

      This is for the UK, not the Philippines edirson. Nalulungkot.

  2. Sandra statham says:

    Having been a sky customer since it first began nearly 30 years ago,it’s a pity sky can’t reward it’s loyal customers with perks like these!!

    1. Chris P says:

      They do

      I phoned up on the 18th and was offered fibre unlimited for £25 inc line rental with £0 set up fee.

      I went for keeping my old hd variety package (inc Sky F1) plus upgrading to sky Q plus an additional mini q all for £34pm.
      Prob could have got better if I threatened to quit.

  3. Bob Sinclair says:

    What about the existing customers who have been with Sky for years. What do we get? Nothing being the answer! My broadband speeds varies from 0.6 to 3.89 ( maximum ever received) this was a test via a frequently used reliable company, (O****)
    I am at the end of the line, I have a high speed fibre cable less than 100 metres from my home but it is owned by”Virgin”. It has only been laid last year but the estate was completed by then with the roads etc laid without any ductwork for a high speed internet connection/cable. They have no plans to connect the estate in the near future as far as we are aware.
    So my question to”SKY” is what can you do for me? (I bet I am not alone as far as this situation goes)

    1. Mike says:

      Change provider if you think speed will improve

    2. UNKNOWN KING BASILLIK says:

      No your not, I joined sky recently and the performance is ok at best, and the answrr I get from SKY is that the performance is optimum, SKY is a joke l, Virgin is 10times better then these guys.

  4. RICHARD WALTON says:

    TalkTalk
    Great price and always receive superb customer service.

  5. Name says:

    My sky is very bad 0.1-35mbps! I’m very sick of these fluctuating speeds that are really annoying.

  6. Ian Phillips says:

    It is a shame they don’t look after existing customers. We have the sky fibre unlimited it’s expensive for an average product. I would change but haven’t found a better TV package and I’m lazy

  7. Paul Fox says:

    I only get 8 doenload called sky told
    Me I’m setting 22 I was appalled but since price increase gave me option to end contract h out termination fees now with Virginia and getting speeds of 33 sky no more loyalty for existing customers

  8. J says:

    Actually that’s not the deal when you press the link alloptions are £5 more

    1. J says:

      Apart from the standard that is

    2. Mark Jackson says:

      Yes looks like the discount vanished a couple of days after it went live. Not sure why yet.

  9. Kev says:

    Why not sign up to their loyalty programme via their app in the app store and see what offers are available? If you’re not happy, do something about it rather than grump and moan in a place that Sky, nor any other company for that matter can help.

    We switched our broadband away from Sky (wanted fibre) because Openreach were meant to install FTTC 4 years ago and never did because of issues. Moved to Virgin and are happy, however never had a problem with the Sky BB service for years. If I have a problem with any company, I vote with my wallet if they can’t fix an issue 🙂

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