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New Sky TV customers can pick up a free Samsung Galaxy Tab E tablet with any Sky TV bundle. Prices start from £20 per month and the offer runs until 21st April 2016.

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Free Samsung Galaxy Tab 3, LG TV or £100 voucher with Sky TV Bundles

Sky is giving away a free Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 tablet with all Sky TV Bundles ordered before 21st April 2016. Sky TV Bundles start from £20 per month and all include top channels like Sky Atlantic, Sky 1 and Sky Living.

If you don’t particularly want a Samsung tablet, Sky offers some alternative rewards for signing up. Choose between a 32” LG TV or a £100 gift voucher for Amazon, Tesco or a pre-paid MasterCard. Something for everyone then. Sky TV customers can add Sky Broadband Unlimited to their package free for the first year. This package is a 17Mbps standard broadband connection that comes on a 12-month contract. After the first year the price reses to £10 per month, and you’ll have to pay Sky’s monthly £17.40 line rental.


Free Samsung Galaxy Tab 3

If you sign up for a Sky TV Bundle before 21st April 2016, Sky will throw a free Samsung Galaxy Tab3 tablet in to the deal. This deal is only available to new Sky TV customers and only available if you order online before the closing date.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab E is a 9.6in tablet that can connect to the internet through a wi-fi connection. You can use it to stream movies and TV, browse the internet, send emails and play online games. The tablet has a recommended retail price of £159, but you can get it free when you upgrade today. We’ve seen Sky offer a tablet before when customers upgrade their package, and we think it’s a great incentive.

Prices start from £20 and come with a free Sky+HD Box.

Sky has six TV bundles to choose from, so you’re bound to find one that suits your tastes. At the cheaper end of the spectrum is the Sky Original Bundle, which is currently £20 per month and comes with over 270 channels including Sky Atlantic, Sky 1 and Sky Sports News HQ. If you want something more time-devouring, the Sky Complete Bundle includes 350 TV channels (50 of which are in HD), Sky Box Sets, Sky Sports and Sky Movies. The Complete Bundle will set you back £80 per month and is considered to be the most ‘complete’ TV bundle available in the country.

All Sky TV Bundles require a one-off £10 installation fee and some services (such as Sky Box Sets) require a internet connection. We think the current Sky tablet deal is great, but if you want to take advantage, make sure you sign up before 21st April 2016, as that’s when the deal ends.


Or choose a free LG TV or £100 gift voucher

If you don’t fancy a free Samsung Galaxy Tab E tablet, Sky is offering some alternatives to those who purchase a Sky TV Bundle before 21st April 2016. You can choose either a 32” LG TV or a £100 gift voucher for Tesco, Amazon or a pre-paid Mastercard. This deal does not run in conjunction with the free tablet, but as an alternative to it. Even so, you can’t really lose with gifts this good.


Free Sky Broadband Unlimited to new Sky TV customers

Sky TV customers can add Sky Broadband Unlimited to their package free for the first year. This is a 17Mbps broadband connection without usage limits, so it’s perfect for households that stream TV or movies from services like Netflix or Amazon Prime, and have a number of devices (like tablets, phones or games consoles) connected at the same time. It’s also an ideal package for any of the online services that may come with your Sky TV package, like Sky Box Sets. Sky Broadband Unlimited comes on a 12 month minimum contract – so it’s free for the entire life of the contract – and requires a monthly £17.40 line rental payment. If you need a broadband connection, or you want to switch from your current provider, this deal is a bit of a no-brainer.


Sky TV prices will change on 1st June. In accordance with our standard terms, your Sky TV package may rise by up to 10% in a minimum contract term.