Free ADSL2+ and fibre based broadband from Sky
Friday 10 July 2015 12:45:28 by
Sky as expected has upped the ante on its with broadband offers this week
with free broadband for the 12 month minimum term period on both ADSL2+ and the
up to 38 Mbps fibre (FTTC) products.
- Unlimited ADSL2+ free broadband for 12 months (£10 per month
thereafter), just pay voice line rental at £16.40 per month. New customers to
Sky joining without a TV package also receive a £100 M&S e-voucher.
Existing Sky TV customers who do not already take broadband can switch voice
and broadband to Sky to enjoy 12 months free broadband.
- Fibre 25GB package, free for 12 months then £10 per month.
25 GB monthly usage allowance. Up to 38 Mbps downloads and up to 9.5 Mbps. Just
pay the Sky voice line rental at £16.40 and £30 activation fee.
- Unlimited Fibre Broadband £10 per month for
12 months, then £20 per month on a 12 month contract, up to 38 Mbps downloads
and up to 9.5 Mbps uploads. Voice line rental required at £16.40 per
- Sky Satellite TV, broadband and phone
packages £75 bill credit for new customers plus 12 months free unlimited
ADSL2+ broadband, with the 25% off the TV packages prices start from £15 per
month for The Original Bundle. Voice line rental required at £16.40 per
Update 11th July The unlimited fibre is actually a 12 month
contract, messaging and earlier versions of Sky product page had suggested it
was unchanged at 18 months but this updated during Friday.