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Free broadband returns to Sky Movies bundle

The last summer saw a wave of free broadband offers and Sky has revived the 12 months of free broadband offer for those who buy or upgrade to the Sky Movies TV bundle.

All the TV bundles are running a 25% off promotion and £50 credit to your first Sky bill with this offer expiring at midnight on the 13th November 2014. This means that for 12 months the Movies bundle is £28.50 and after the 12 months it rises to £38 plus £7.50 for the broadband service, the minimum contract term is 12 months. If you take broadband voice line rental at £16.40 is a requirement.

Existing Sky customers are not totally missed out, the six months free fibre based broadband is available if you upgrade from ADSL2+. Sky has a page dedicated to offers for existing customers.

Comments

'The last summer saw a wave of free broadband offers and Sky has revived the 12 months of free broadband offer for those who buy or upgrade to the Sky Movies TV bundle.'
This is incorrect as I've just tried to take up the offer today 26/10 and sky via a phone call to them that this offer finished 2 weeks ago.

  • wy2k
  • over 3 years ago

It is on their website and advertised on TV so is most definitely a current offer

  • andrew
  • thinkbroadband staff
  • over 3 years ago

Seems we could both be correct. But all i know is as an existing Customer with sky broadband when adding
sky movies to get the offer. Sky have told me the free broadband is not available anymore. So possibly only available now if your joining sky broadband as well.

  • wy2k
  • over 3 years ago

am I been silly ut is it possible sky remove it and readd it so tbb and other media give them publicity to announce it?

  • chrysalis
  • over 3 years ago

Offers from providers change weekly, e.g. just about to add the TalkTalk vouchers back as they return with different values.

In the case of this Sky Movies and free broadband offer the existing customers offer link gives the detail.

  • andrew
  • thinkbroadband staff
  • over 3 years ago

Or you could just get the internet and download/stream the movies for free...

  • otester
  • over 3 years ago

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