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Saturday, September 5th, 2020 (12:01 am) - Score 8,378
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UK ISP Sky Broadband has once again discounted the price of their “Superfast Fibre” (average download of 59Mbps) package to just £25 per month for the first 18 months of service (£32 thereafter) – available via FTTC or FTTP. On top of that they’ve also reduced the one-off setup fee to £9.95.

As usual new customers will receive unlimited usage, a wireless broadband router, Sky Talk line rental (standard call rates), access to WiFi hotspots from The Cloud, Sky Shield (Parental Controls and Anti-Malware), Sky Talk Shield (nuisance call blocking), Speed Guarantee (i.e. if performance drops below the Guaranteed Minimum Download Speed then you may get some or all of your money back within a specific period) and email.

Customers can optionally add the £5 Sky BroadbandBoost” add-on, which among other things will help you to get WiFi in every room (or your money back). The boost also runs daily health checks on your line, gives you more internet filtering controls for family access to the internet (Sky Buddy) and includes an extra 2GB of data for Sky Mobile (if you have that).

On top of that you can add unlimited Evening and Weekend calls to UK landlines and mobiles for an additional monthly charge of £5 or Anytime calls for £10 and there’s a £12 option that gives you anytime calls and calls to 50 worldwide destinations.

Sky Broadband Essential (ADSL2+)
* Average download speed 11Mbps (1Mbps upload)

PRICE: £22 a month for 18 months (£27 thereafter) + £9.95 setup

Sky Broadband Superfast (FTTC / FTTP)
* Average download speed 59Mbps (18Mbps upload)

PRICE: £25 a month for 18 months (£32 thereafter) + £9.95 setup

Sky Broadband Ultrafast 1 (G.fast / FTTP)
* Average download speed 145Mbps (27Mbps upload)

PRICE: £35 a month for 18 months or £27 on a VIP deal (£44 thereafter) + £29.95 setup

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11 Responses
  1. Avatar Richard Brandson says:

    “once again”???

    1. Avatar Paul says:

      Seems black and white to me sky discount broadband again!

    2. Avatar David says:

      Wouldn’t be so bad if this didn’t always get followed up by a price rise they won’t let you leave under

    3. Avatar Timeless says:

      this is why when your out of contract you contact Sky to check discounts.. back when the superfast package was called Max l upgraded and it was priced £44 once out of contract, but l managed to get it down to £27 on a deal, yearly l check on discounts and have never paid the full out of contract price because there is usually some discount.

      the problem is many just dont bother phoning and asking if there are any discounts for continuing customers.

  2. Avatar Guy Cashmore says:

    When I enter a rural postcode with FTTP available, they are not offering 59/18 but instead 75/19, still at £25 though, bargain!

    1. Avatar CarlT says:

      The 59/18 is average speeds. Whether on FTTP or FTTC they’ll connect customers via an 80/20 Openreach product.

  3. Avatar steve says:

    “On top of that you can add FREE Evening and Weekend calls to UK landlines and mobiles for an additional monthly charge of £5”

    Its £5! What part of that is free?

    1. Avatar TheTruth says:

      It should state ‘Unlimited Evening and Weekend calls to UK landlines and mobiles for an additional monthly charge of £5’

    2. Avatar Joe says:

      It’s a constant battle to parse and translate incomprehensible sales pitch emissions into plain English nowadays. Communication to potential customers is a stream of new-speak bullshit.

  4. Avatar Walkerx says:

    What annoys me about all these offers from sky, BT, EE, etc, etc is that they all state price for 18 months, yet during that period they put prices up.
    Any contract you take out, should stay the same throughout the contract period and should never go up during it

    1. Avatar Peter says:

      Unfortunately that’s the issue with the big providers. If you go to some of the small guys you’ll find the price doesn’t change.

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