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Free Samsung Galaxy tablet or £100 reward on Sky unlimited ADSL2+
Friday 31 July 2015 11:27:15 by Andrew Ferguson

The competition for new customers shows no sign of slackening even if it is the height of the holiday season. Sky has re-jigged its 12 months free unlimited ADSL2+ offer so that new customers who are not existing Sky TV or broadband customers get a choice of a £100 reward in the form of a £100 pre-paid MasterCard, M&S or Tesco e-Voucher or if you desire you can swap the voucher for a free Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 7" tablet.

The offer is available until 13th August 2015 and the tablet has a retail price in the range of £114 to £140 on Amazon.co.uk.

After the 12 months of free broadband the standard price for the broadband is £10 per month and voice line rental via Sky is of course payable from the start at £16.40 per month. Unlike many introductory offers the free period actually matches the 12 month contract length, leaving you free to do nothing after then and pay the standard price, negotiate a new contract lock-in with Sky or chase the best offer available at that time.

The Sky fibre offers are still going on and you can get the 25GB usage allowance product free for 12 months, or opt to not worry about usage and pay £10 per month for 12 months, then £20 month, both services on a 12 month contract.

Comments

Posted by WWWombat about 1 year ago
Haha. It might be holiday season, but it is also prime time to lock football supporters into a year of sport content.

The broadband is just a loss leader for the profitable stuff for Sky.
Posted by mervl about 1 year ago
And a defence, as internet streaming becomes more ubiquitous. Many people are lazy and give them the broadband and the more important (and profitable) bit is to give them something to do with it.
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