The competition is warming up and perhaps the hardest part now is second guessing which is the best deal and when to commit yourself to a new contract. Interestingly with the latest offers from Sky there are a mixture of deals aimed at existing and new customers.
The big headlines will go to the 12 months free ADSL2+ unlimited broadband sports bundle, which if you are a sports fan may be tempting as the Sky Sports package (includes Sky Entertainment) is available at a reduced price for the first six months, so you pay £31.75 for the first six months, then £42.50 per month and at the end of the 12 months the standard price of £50 per month kicks in. For those wanting a big extra speed and are in an area where FTTC (fibre) is available, a similar deal is available but the fibre is only free for the first six months, in addition to the TV special offer so first six months cost £31.75 per month. Oh and to sweeten the deal some more there is a £100 M&S voucher too. As always voice line rental is required at an additional £14.50 per month.
There are other offers available beyond the sports bundle including ADSL2+ is half price for the 12 month minimum term and fibre is half price for six months, so £5/month and £10/month respectively for those not taking a Sky TV package. For existing Sky TV customers the unlimited ADSL2+ offer is half price for 12 months at £3.75 per month and fibre broadband is £10 per month for the first six months. Don't forget the voice line rental too.
We have seven different deals listed in our package listing section, but there are many more combinations possible, so follow the links on our listings to see which is the best for you.
One of the offers that is not on our listings, is a £100 M&S voucher for existing Sky TV customers who upgrade to Sky Entertainment+, which adds 45 HD channels to the standard Entertainment package with the upgrade costing from £5 per month extra. This offer is only available online, and expires 23rd June 2013, with the voucher being sent via email within 45 days of order activation.