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Offers change over at Sky
Saturday 28 February 2015 12:57:23 by Andrew Ferguson

Some people disagree with the amount of 'free broadband' promotions and so they may be pleased to hear that Sky has ended its 12 months free broadband promotion for those signing up to the broadband and phone service only. The offer has been replaced a by 12 months half price unlimited ADSL2+ broadband deal, £3.75 per month for 12 months then £7.50 per month, with voice line rental required at £16.40 per month (offer available until March 26th.

The half price deal is available to existing Sky TV customers who do not already have broadband via Sky, and for people who are totally new to Sky there is a £100 M&S voucher as a reward for signing up.

Free unlimited broadband is still possible, but you will need to sign up to a full TV/broadband and phone bundle, which start at £16.13 for the TV element (25% off for 12 months) and £16.40 for the voice line with the Original TV Bundle (standard price £21.50 per month). A £75 bill credit further reduces the cost of the bundle, don't dally though as not long length left on this offer which expires on the 5th March 2015.

For those who need more speed, the unlimited fibre based service is on a 12 months half price promotion, so £10/month rather than the standard £20/month. An 18 month contract and the £16.40 line rental costs applies, activation is free for existing Sky TV and broadband customers, saving £30.

Comments

Posted by tommy45 about 1 year ago
So £3.75 + the £8.33 = - £4.58 if you divide the £100 voucher into 12, means it's not just free bb,But sky are paying people to join their llu now as well,all because the TV and line rental and FTTC pro products are subidising it, which is hardly fair on existing customers who must be paying over the odds for fttc pro, line rental and tv packages

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