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Would you like a Fitbit with Broadband? Sky UK Launch New Deals

Friday, April 27th, 2018 (11:46 am) - Score 6,358

Consumers looking to join one of Sky Broadband’s unlimited ISP packages for the first time are now being offered the choice of two rewards, which take the form of either a free Fitbit Charge 2 (RRP £119.99) activity tracker or a £50 Prepaid MasterCard to spend.

Apparently this new promotion will run until 7th June 2018 or until they run out of Fitbit devices. New customers can also expect to receive an 12 or 18 month contract, 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) + £19.95 one-off setup

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

PRICE: £30 a month for 18 months (£38.99 thereafter) + £59.95 one-off setup

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

PRICE: £35 a month for 18 months (£43.99 thereafter) + £59.95 one-off setup

One interesting development is that Sky has removed any post-contract pricing from their public package display and offer terms, which now only shows if you go through the ordering system. This is disappointing as we have previously praised Sky for being open and honest with their future costs. We have pasted their post-contract prices above as per usual.

Sky also has a couple of capped usage (6GB and 25GB) broadband packages for a few pounds per month less, which again only show up if you go through their ordering system first by selecting another package.

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9 Responses
  1. Avatar CarlT says:

    Vodafone: Building a new FTTP network in co-operation with Sky.
    TalkTalk: Part way through a deal to build an FTTP network in co-operation with other investors.
    Sky: Join us and get a free Fitbit.

    Hurry up Comcast and buy these guys. They’ve a severe copper addiction that needs treatment and a penchant for leeching off of Openreach’s network.

    1. Avatar TheFacts says:

      @CarlT – but if that’s where the paying customers are?

    2. Avatar Borat Sagdiyev says:

      I thought it was a Vodafone/CityFibre FTTP partnership?

  2. Avatar occasionally factual says:

    “Sky has removed any post-contract pricing from their public package display”
    Rather at odds with the other news story that OFCOM wants better clarity of pricing for consumer contracts.

  3. Avatar Bob Hoskind says:

    Ring a ring ding. It’s good to talk

  4. Avatar Basil Brush My Teeth says:

    Howdy there. What time is it? It’s Cheeko Time. God Dam you crazy fool. Get some nuts. Hey you what’s that sound. See you next… Ding a Ding Ding a Song
    Ronnie Who?
    I said Pickering

  5. Avatar Alan Standley /Kathryn Standley says:

    My mother as had a sky phone lines for a long time with my father having used sky TV sports plus pack after that another Sky cantract and a new Again with sky my mother signed/agreed a contract for then Sky ultra fast Broadband & landline phone local calls free wich stood at the same price through a DB account price £55+calls PCM for atlest five to over ten years,
    Point being she’s just completed a new Weekend free call & fib-ct Broadband now saving £15-£20 pcm atlest but now on a 18 month contract yesterday starting with box next month again loyalty not new customer would she my motherbe intitaled to compete for a gift or is it a new customer full package only add?.
    Replying for my mother!.
    Information given

  6. Avatar Bubbs says:

    New customers again. What about the people who have taken sky where they are today. Full subs for 20 yrs plus and unwanted channels promoting price hikes. No change there then.

    1. Avatar CarlT says:

      No-one forces you to remain with Sky. If unhappy leave: job done 🙂

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