Sky offers fibre broadband for £10 per month
New Sky customers can now purchase unlimited fibre broadband for £10 per month for the first six months.
Sky’s latest deal sees the cost of fibre broadband halved for a limited time only. Broadband-only subscribers will also receive a £100 Marks and Spencer e-voucher when they order this package online.
This offer is available from now until midnight on Thursday 24 March and customers will also have to pay a £17.40 per month line rental charge.
Sky’s unlimited fibre broadband provides access to speeds of up to 38Mbps and unlimited usage on a 12-month contract.
Existing customers who are looking to upgrade their TV package can now get the Sky Family Bundle at half price for 12 months.
Subscribers who order this bundle online before Thursday 17 March will get it at the reduced price of £3 per month.
Sky’s Family Bundle offers more than 65 entertainment channels including documentaries and kids' shows. It also includes access to the Sky Atlantic channel and more than 300 TV box sets.
Half price Sky Movies
Existing customers can also upgrade to six months half price Sky Movies from now until Thursday 14 April.
This means it will be £8.50 per month for six months and will then revert back to the original price of £17 per month. For Sky Sports subscribers, Sky Movies is available for £4.50 per month for six months, then £9 per month thereafter.
Sky continues to offer new customers 33% off selected TV bundles, meaning you can get Sky TV from £13.40 per month. Subscribers will also receive a £25 choice of reward (either a Tesco or M&S gift card or prepaid Mastercard). This offer is available until midnight on Thursday 24 March.
There are six bundles to choose from: The Original, The Variety, The Family, The Movies, The Sports and The Complete Bundle.
Each one includes a Sky+HD box and access to the Sky Go app, which allows you to view up to 70 channels live and on demand.
Earlier this month, the Advertising Standards Authority ruled that reliability claims made by Sky in a radio advert were backed up by official statistics.
The advertising watchdog was forced to investigate the ad, which suggested that customers whose router was leaving them “in a rage” should switch to Sky Fibre, after a complainant questioned whether it misleadingly implied that there would be no loss of router connection with Sky.
In response, Sky said the ad was intended to show that Sky Fibre was reliable, not that there would never be a loss of router connection.
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