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Sky Broadband Offers Boost and WiFi Guarantee for £2 Instead of £5

Friday, September 11th, 2020 (12:57 pm) - Score 4,953
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UK ISP Sky Broadband has reduced the price of their optional “Boost” add-on from £5 to £2 per month for new customers who take one of their “Superfast” (FTTC) or “Ultrafast” (G.fast / FTTP) based broadband packages between now and 24th September 2020 (this doesn’t extend to their ‘Essential’ package).

The Sky Broadband Boost add-on promises to give you WiFi in every room (or your money back), runs daily health checks on your line, includes flexible engineer visits (without the usual £15 fee), gives you more filtering controls to manage family internet access (Sky Buddy), ensures you get their latest Sky Hub router (SR203 / 204) and includes an extra 2GB of data for Sky Mobile (if you have it) to help if your fixed line fails.

This special discount doesn’t show up by default on their website, but if you follow the links above and go through Sky’s order system then, after selecting your package, you should see that the Boost is listed as £2 instead of £5. The lower price will last for 18 months before returning to £5.

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13 Responses
  1. Avatar KevTheCoops says:

    Any opinions on whether this is worth having please? And if you don’t take this option what router do you get instead? Thanks.

    1. Avatar Nicola D says:

      I have this and my WiFi keeps dropping.sky WiFi is rubbish and has been for the last 2 month’s

    2. Avatar S says:

      Nicola have you called them? If your Wi-Fi isn’t getting everywhere or is unreliable they will look at it if they can’t get it working they refund the extra you’ve paid

  2. Avatar James says:

    Just get yourself a £60 wifi mesh kit on amazon seriously.

    1. Avatar Web Dude says:

      Are you using the Tenda Nova MW3-2 ? Was the only thing I could find near that price on Amazon. Interested in user comments from anyone, please ?

  3. Avatar Paul says:

    It’s ok but not worth the £5 I’m paying, I’ve bought another WiFi booster it acts like a mesh system and that’s makes things a lot better

  4. Avatar marcos says:

    At £2 a month of course it is worth it, you get a much better router, a wifi guarantee and booster if required. Sky Broadband is a solid product.

    1. Avatar KevTheCoops says:

      Any idea what router you get if you don’t take it vs the router you get if you do please?

  5. Avatar Mike says:

    We were offered this as part of a deal. Sky didn’t monitor our connection or offer anything but did repay a month when we pointed out our connection was really poor. Waste of money. You shouldn’t pay extra to guarantee the service you pay for already.

  6. Avatar Oache says:

    They tried to offer me this when i ended my contract,have told them not to bother me unless it can magically increase my speed and he started to chuckle and wished me a good day.

  7. Avatar Bluebrum says:

    Ever since I have had the super fast broadband from sky,it drops out,disconnects from my mobile phones all the time, when I test the speed I never get anywhere near the 57Mbps that should be the lowest speed.

    1. Avatar Pauline Marriott says:

      I been with sky TV Internet and phone and I happy since 2018 only think I should have a better discount

    2. Avatar Web Dude says:

      @Pauline Marriott – out of interest, what are youpaying, and what service are you using, please?

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