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Friday, August 17th, 2018 (9:47 am) - Score 5,180

UK ISP Sky Broadband appears to have enhanced their existing package discounts for new customers by introducing a £100 reward card (Prepaid Mastercard), which is available across all three of their primary unlimited broadband (ADSL, FTTC) and phone line rental bundles.

The bundles typically include a 12 or 18 month contract term, unlimited usage, an 802.11ac 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), email and a 12 month free trial of the McAfee Internet Security Suite.

The offer will only be available to order until 23rd August 2018 and we note that the new account must have also been active for at least 30 days before you can claim your card (must be claimed within 90 days of service being activated). The reward card may then take up to 3 weeks to arrive.

Sky Unlimited
* Average download speed 11Mbps (0.8Mbps upload)

PRICE: £18 a month for 12 months (£30 thereafter) + £9.95 one-off setup

Sky Fibre Unlimited
* Average download speed 36Mbps (9Mbps upload)

PRICE: £25 a month for 18 months (£38.99 thereafter) + £9.95 one-off setup

Sky Fibre Max
* Average download speed 63Mbps (18Mbps upload)

PRICE: £30 a month for 18 months (£43.99 thereafter) + £9.95 one-off setup

We note that Prepaid MasterCards can be used wherever MasterCard® is accepted, except for gambling, cash withdrawals, currency, cashback or at petrol stations. Unused card values will also expire 12 months after the cards are printed. Personally we’d prefer it if ISPs would just knock the price of their packages down rather than introduce the extra hassle of reward cards but clearly that way of thinking doesn’t work for the marketing folk at BT, Sky etc.

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13 Responses
  1. Skyrocket says:

    Useless prepaid mastercards, wish ASA and Ofcom to banned ISP’s to use this crap offer.

    1. Craig Richmond says:

      Why is having £100 on a card useless?

    2. un4h731x0rp3r0m says:

      Max thinks everything is crap or a rip off.

    3. ChickenTikkaChasni says:

      Yeah because free money is always a bad thing. What a rocket!! I for one with BT and recieved a prepaid MasterCard. Used for a weeks food shopping.

    4. M R Swann says:

      LoL, it’s not free money you tards, YOU pay for it, trust me

    5. dean says:

      So much for Max’s year off while he got mental help.

  2. Cathy Gerosa says:

    shame they cannot do more for their long-term “diamond” customers like me – all the offers focused on new money – what about retention and rewards for us?

    1. adam bluett says:

      Download the my sky app, rewards on there for VIP customers

  3. Skyhater says:

    I have no idea why I’m still with these money suckers but the rewards on the sky app are crap I don’t want sky cinema or sports I use something else that’s free!! Well technically not I’m using sky as is but use a ghost program just for development purposes so find my ip sky??

    1. dean says:

      I am sure that made sense to our Martian readers.

  4. Confused says:

    What is with these terrible prices?

    Sky 63Mbps – £43.99

    My Virgin 300mbps costs me £42, FIVE times as fast and less expensive…

  5. GTripwood says:

    I’ve had Sky FTTC since April 2012, had 40/2 initially then went to Sky Fibre Pro in June 2012 (Can’t get that package anymore I believe)

    Fibre Pro is £29.99 a month for 80/20 and you really can’t fault it. I get about 62/20 these days due to crosstalk, did get closer to 70 at the beginning.

    I’ll be shortly terminating it though as I’ve bought in another line specifically to run AAISP on it. I could not be doing with the hassle of trying to migrate off LLU to BT and be without internet for up to 14 days.

    I’m just disappointed that Sky customers never get rewarded for loyalty. I bet they’ll offer something when it comes to turning it off, though.

  6. Christine Drew says:

    I’ve been a Sky customer for over 25 years and want to upgrade my Sky Fibre Unlimited to Sky Pro as I need a static IP Address. Today, through their rubbish ‘chat via SMS’, which lasted 8.5hrs, I’ve now been told that they’ve withdrawn the service and it’s not available. Now need to find someone who can provide that.

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