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Sky increases credit offer to £75 on TV bundles

While Sky may have just announced the September increase in price for most of its TV packages this is largely offset by the increase from £50 to £75 in the credit offer for new customers who sign up online to a TV package.

The existing offer of 12 months free broadband is still available on four of the bundles, with The Sports Bundle and The Complete Bundle qualifying for two years free unlimited ADSL2+ broadband.

TV Package New Price
The Original Bundle (no price rise) £ 21.50
The Variety Bundle £ 28.00
The Family Bundle £ 33.00
The Movies Bundle £ 38.00
The Sports Bundle £ 46.00
The Complete Bundle £ 71.25

Sky has pointed that in accordance with their standard terms, your Sky TV package may rise by up to 10% in a minimum contract term. The standard price shown in this listing includes the new price and existing customers can expect the rise to appear from the 1st September.

The 12 months half price broadband and phone deals are still running for those who are not interested in a triple play bundle. Just remember to claim your £25 M&S voucher within 90 days of service activation.

As always if taking a Sky broadband package voice line rental from Sky is a requirement at £15.40 per month.


"..this is largely offset.." not really. If you're a new customer you don't, by definition, have to pay the annual increase. If you are an existing customer you can't get the new offer ;)

  • AndrueC
  • over 6 years ago

If you are someone who does the waiting game for the best offers, then it will make it more like what it was a few weeks ago.

Size of rises is around the usual £1/year that Sky normally does, though Sport content jumped in price most.

  • andrew
  • thinkbroadband staff
  • over 6 years ago

A rise of £62 to £71 is a massive blow to many sky customers for the Complete Bundle

  • adslmax
  • over 6 years ago

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