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ISPs TalkTalk and Sky Broadband Discount UK Full Fibre Plans

Friday, June 24th, 2022 (12:16 pm) - Score 2,928
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Internet providers TalkTalk and Sky Broadband have both today introduced some small but additional discounts on their various FTTC and FTTP based home broadband packages, which shave a few extra pounds (£) off the usual monthly rental prices.

As usual, both providers will give you unlimited usage, an 18-month contract term, an included wireless router and installation. But Sky’s packages also add a “Speed Guarantee“, which enables customers to claim money back if the connection performance drops below a certain level for 3 consecutive days or more (starting from the first 14 days after activation).

NOTE: Sky’s service is Openreach based, while TalkTalk sells packages via Openreach, CityFibre and FreedomFibre’s networks.

As for TalkTalk, they offer a 30 day “Great Connection Guarantee” on fibre, thus “if you don’t love your new fibre plan, you’re free to leave within the first 30 days.” Otherwise, the new package prices are as follows for both providers, at least for the next week or so until they change back.

As usual, you can add various other optional add-ons, such as more calling options (anytime etc.), pay TV and a Wi-Fi guarantee – all at extra cost. We also note that TalkTalk’s packages may apply a £9.95 one-off charge for router postage.

TalkTalk’s Top Packages

Fibre 35Mbps (Average)
Phone Service (pay as you go calls)
Gift Card: £50
Price: £23.50 per month for 18 months (£29.95 thereafter)

Fibre 65Mbps
Phone Service (pay as you go calls)
Gift Card: £50
Price: £24.45 per month for 18 months (£29.95 thereafter)

Future Fibre 147Mbps
Gift Card: £50
Price: £32 per month for 18 months (£39.95 thereafter)

Future Fibre 506Mbps
Gift Card: £75
Price: £39 per month for 18 months (£44.95 thereafter)

Future Fibre 927Mbps
Gift Card: £100
Price: £49 per month for 18 months (£54.95 thereafter)

Sky’s Top Packages

Sky Superfast
59Mbps Down / 19Mbps Upload
Sky Talk (pay as you go calls)
PRICE: £26 per month for 18 months (£35.50 thereafter)

Sky Ultrafast
145Mbps Down / 27Mbps Upload
Sky Talk (pay as you go calls)
PRICE: £33 per month for 18 months (£40 thereafter)

Sky Ultrafast Plus
Mbps Down / Mbps Upload
Sky Talk (pay as you go calls)
PRICE: £43 per month for 18 months (£50 thereafter)

Sky Gigafast
900Mbps Down / 90Mbps Upload
Sky Talk (pay as you go calls)
PRICE: £53 per month for 18 months (£60 thereafter)

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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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10 Responses
  1. occasionally factual says:

    Those Sky FTTP prices are £1 more than offered on switching sites last month. Of course yesterday the prices at those sites were £1 more than the new prices.
    So in 1 month, Sky have added £2 and now knocked £1 off to show a new price. Not really a saving worthy of a press release.

    1. zakir hussain says:

      Community Fibre and Hyperoptic always going to be cheaper then others in London. Broadband providers on openreach won’t be cheap.

      I have 1gbps on hyperoptic paying £35 per month.

    2. occasionally factual says:

      @zakir
      Of course Openreach based FTTP is more expensive than the alt-nets because, in part, those said alt-nets are taking OFCOM to court to stop Openreach being able to reduce their prices.
      The alt-nets want to rig the industry in their favour while not accepting that the vast majority of the UK will not be able to get their products but will be using Openreach based ISPs.
      So those on Openreach have to pay more than they should because the alt-nets are upset and want the courts to enforce anticompetitive behaviour by blocking Openreach from reducing their prices. Shameful.

  2. Darren says:

    ZYBRE are cheaper nationally according to your forum. Are they Openreach also?

  3. - says:

    Mark, there is no voucher on fibre 35/65

  4. J says:

    Just looking this is a price increase, not decrease? So why is the article title misleading?

    Talktalk have reduced the voucher value by £25 across 150 and 500 FTTP options, while prices remain the same! They have removed voucher completely on FTTC, so why on earth is the title reflecting a *decrease*??

  5. Something Strange says:

    Strange.

    Just checked the Sky website and the new prices stated on this article are no appear there, still old prices showing.

    1. Mark Jackson says:

      Offers may only show when using the links in the article, otherwise you’ll get different prices. Just passing on what TalkTalk and Sky sent over for today.

  6. Kenneth says:

    The Sky price hasnt changed for online orders – but its still cheaper than phone orders. So its only a decrease if you order via phone, although the online price is yet still cheaper.

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