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Sky offers UK's cheapest broadband at £15 a month

Thursday, August 31st 2017 by Phil Wilkinson-Jones

Sky is offering the UK’s cheapest standard broadband at £15 a month.

The provider ended its £100 pre-paid Mastercard offer last night and is instead offering basic broadband at its lowest ever price.

For £15 a month, you get broadband speeds up to 17Mbps and a free Sky Q Hub router.

You will have to pay a £19.95 set-up fee and calls aren’t included but line rental – usually £18.99 a month on its own – is.

Sky Talk Shield, a personalised call-screening service that lets customers answer the calls they want and block those they don’t, comes as standard with Sky’s broadband deals.

Customers also benefit from Sky Broadband Shield, which protects against phishing and malware-infected sites as well as giving users control over their family’s online experience.

The next cheapest broadband deal out there at the moment is from First Utility, which is asking £18.99 a month for up to 17Mbps broadband.

This deal comes with no set-up fees and a £25 Amazon gift card – but ends today.

Standard broadband is currently £19.49 a month with Origin Broadband, £19.95 with TalkTalk and £19.99 with Plusnet.

None of those companies is charging a set-up fee and Plusnet is also offering £50 cashback with its deal.

Last week, Sky bundled mobile and TV together for the first time, offering customers an iPhone SE and access to the Sky Variety bundle for £35 a month.

The phone comes with 500MB of data, unlimited calls and unlimited texts on a 30-month ‘Swap 24’ plan, which lets you upgrade to a new handset after two years.

Sky’s Variety bundle features 70 channels not available on Freeview – including Sky Atlantic – and access to the Sky Kids app.

Customers also have the option of adding Sky Cinema for £10 a month or the Box Sets Bundle for £6 a month.

Comments (1)

teresa burns
2nd September 2017

I am going to North west London Sept 21st, and need a landline plus broadband installed, I was with PlusNet, and got it disconnected back in March. I am a very low user of both phone and broadband. if you have an offer to suit me, please email. teresa

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