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Sky offers now include 25% off TV for 12 months
Friday 27 June 2014 11:24:44 by Andrew Ferguson

The latest batch of offers from Sky run until 17th July 2014 and feature:

  • 25% off TV package pricing for 12 months
  • Free unlimited ADSL2+ broadband for 12 months on Original, Variety, Family and Movies Bundles
  • Two years free unlimited ADSL2+ broadband on Sports and Complete bundles.
  • £50 credit applied to your first bill

The savings are substantial over the 12 months of the initial contract and with no commitment beyond the 12 months it is an ideal way to get a TV and broadband at a decent price point. NOTE: On all the bundles apart from The Original Sky TV prices will increase on 1 September. In accordance with their standard terms, your Sky TV package may rise by up to 10% in a minimum contract term

Based on current pricing the savings over a 12 month period are as follows:

Package Saving Amount Bill Credit Total Saving
The Original Bundle £64 £50 £114
The Original Bundle and ADSL2+ £154 £50 £204
The Variety Bundle £81 £50 £131
The Variety Bundle and ADSL2+ £171 £50 £221
The Family Bundle £96 £50 £146
The Family Bundle and ADSL2+ £186 £50 £236
The Movies Bundle £108 £50 £158
The Movies Bundle and ADSL2+ £198 £50 £248
The Sports Bundle £130 £50 £180
The Sports Bundle and ADSL2+ £210 £50 £270 (£360 over 2 years)
The Complete Bundle £186 £50 £236
The Complete Bundle and ADSL2+ £276 £50 £326 (£416 over 2 year)

If ordering broadband then voice line rental via Sky is a requirement and this is charged at £15.40.

Other offers are available without a TV package, including half price broadband for 12 months and fibre based broadband at £10 per month for the first six months, see our full package listings for details.


Posted by adslmax over 3 years ago
I got better deal last month with signing up sky 50% of The Complete Bundle with free sky+ HD box with £75 Tesco credit. £33.62 a month for 12 months for complete bundle with HD. Normal price would be £67.25, a saving of £403 off
Posted by mervl over 3 years ago
Are they desperate?
Posted by adslmax over 3 years ago
I think they are desperate as it sound like too many existing customers had left sky.
Posted by joe_pineapples over 3 years ago
As an existing customer, I'm feeling more and more valued as each new deal is announced /sarcasm
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