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50% off Sky packages - Sky Q for £218.00 over 18 months ****Please do not request / offer referral codes*****

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50% off Sky packages for next 3 days. Probably some cashback offers to make this even lower. £218 = £11/month (18 months) + £20 set up fee. £199 for the Sky box. - shuwaz ****Please do not request … Read More
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50% off Sky packages for next 3 days. Probably some cashback offers to make this even lower.

£218 = £11/month (18 months) + £20 set up fee.

£199 for the Sky box.
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#1
I phoned up and there systems are down at the moment but is worth a look
#2
How does the multi screen work on this? x
1 Like #3
what happened to the 12 month contracts?
My current 50% offer is up for renewal in September, wanted to add on cinema which they will do for £7 a month, but ties me in to a new 12 month contract :(
1 Like #4
+£199 for the box?
#5
saintscouple
what happened to the 12 month contracts?
My current 50% offer is up for renewal in September, wanted to add on cinema which they will do for £7 a month, but ties me in to a new 12 month contract :(

Buy a NowTV box with movies pass to tie you over until September - should cost you approx £20-25
2 Likes #6
Bades
+£199 for the box?
You shouldnt have to pay for the box surely? As it remains the property of sky.
4 Likes #7
wow, £199 for the setup and the box remains the property of sky, thats like, ouch no thankyou
Id pay £199 if i could keep the box after , but not on a loan
1 Like #8
New customers only I suppose?
1 Like #9
Good shout. They keep pestering me to re-join with 40% off, but with this now I can negotiate a better deal.
1 Like #10
Check your online bills if you're already on a cheap deal - our 12 months for £10 offer has been extended another 12 months with no new contract.
1 Like #11
Now TV movie bundle is £9.99 a month. Sky Cinema package is £18 a month.

Am I being daft when I say they're the exact some thing?! What extra channels or stuff does Sky Cinema add?
1 Like #12
saintscouple
what happened to the 12 month contracts?
My current 50% offer is up for renewal in September, wanted to add on cinema which they will do for £7 a month, but ties me in to a new 12 month contract :(
In case you haven't done so before, go and have a read of this thread at MoneySavingExpert forum

I'm glad I did as for very little effort I managed to get my parents 50% of their contract and some credit on their account and will be following the same process when that 12 month period is up again.

I'm not sure if there's any way of getting decent discounts without tying into a 12 month period though, but people on there might say otherwise.
1 Like #13
gavgooner
New customers only I suppose?

No i signed in and it offered me the same as a existing customer, but still £199 installation charge and you dont get to keep the box ? WTF
#14
I am an existing customer and paying £56.00 a month for everything with a normal sky box with movies. (BB unlimited (34mb), Sky everything apart from Sport), pay for calls, but use our mobiles anyway and want it for incomming).

With Sky Q this would reduce to £44.00 a month, however I have to still but a Q box for £199.00 according to MY Sky online.... It's a 18 month contract also and I am on a rolling month by month at present.
1 Like #15
Macca-J
gavgooner
New customers only I suppose?
No i signed in and it offered me the same as a existing customer, but still £199 installation charge and you dont get to keep the box ? WTF

Likewise... :(

I may phone them and say if they throw the cost of the box in I will stay....
1 Like #16
you will find the 2Tb box will be your property and you get to keep it but any additional multi room boxes you get ie the mini boxes will remain the property of sky and you will have to return once you terminate your contract
1 Like #17
Do you think quidco will work??? :-)
#18
furiousjammin
Bades
+£199 for the box?
You shouldnt have to pay for the box surely? As it remains the property of sky.
Can not see a way around it as it looks like new customers only..
#19
such a bust that HD costs more on top of the normal sub, especially sports as it's another £6 just for a better picture
3 Likes #20
surely this needs amended the price needs to include the £199 for the box, completely misleading
#21
jebroni3_16
saintscouple
what happened to the 12 month contracts?
My current 50% offer is up for renewal in September, wanted to add on cinema which they will do for £7 a month, but ties me in to a new 12 month contract :(
In case you haven't done so before, go and have a read of this thread at MoneySavingExpert forum
I'm glad I did as for very little effort I managed to get my parents 50% of their contract and some credit on their account and will be following the same process when that 12 month period is up again.
I'm not sure if there's any way of getting decent discounts without tying into a 12 month period though, but people on there might say otherwise.

I'm on offers with all of my sky services and I have tv, fibre, and talk.
My only problem is the line rental and fibre end different times, i.e
Line Rental - Free - ends Nov
Fibre - 50% off - ends July
Thus come July i may have to pay the extra £10 for a few months so i can renegotiate them together, and if no offers can move to another provider without penalty.

Just hope this 18 month contract duration isn't becoming standard, as only had 12 months when i took out Q last year.
1 Like #22
cfbc
I am an existing customer and paying £56.00 a month for everything with a normal sky box with movies. (BB unlimited (34mb), Sky everything apart from Sport), pay for calls, but use our mobiles anyway and want it for incomming).
With Sky Q this would reduce to £44.00 a month, however I have to still but a Q box for £199.00 according to MY Sky online.... It's a 18 month contract also and I am on a rolling month by month at present.
I got my parents a deal last year - all sky channels, top package, including phone and unltd bb, 3 multi room subs (so more boxes in total) £65 a month.
#23
Will existing Sky broadband customers be eligible for the free box, as it's a different product?
3 Likes #24
I cancelled sky end of March, just been online chat & was offered free Sky Q 2tb box plus 1 mini box & 40% off TV package, 12 month contract.
3 Likes #25
Andwoo
surely this needs amended the price needs to include the £199 for the box, completely misleading
It's not £199 for the box, the 1TB box is free, for some reason people keep looking at the 2TB. Just get the standard and keep the £200 in your pocket
#26
Shows equipment as free for me, just £20 install on top of the monthly price
1 Like #27
Same here. Tempted to rejoin the dark side.
#28
DamienB
Now TV movie bundle is £9.99 a month. Sky Cinema package is £18 a month.

Am I being daft when I say they're the exact some thing?! What extra channels or stuff does Sky Cinema add?


Buying vouchers makes it cheaper too. Not through sky.
#29
From Sky online chat......... regarding the £199 charge......

"This cost is for all of the equipment and work required to get your Sky Q up and running, and our engineer will also give you a demonstration of all it's fantastic features. And once you're set up you have the peace of mind that any future service and repair visits will be free of charge."
1 Like #30
saintscouple
what happened to the 12 month contracts?
My current 50% offer is up for renewal in September, wanted to add on cinema which they will do for £7 a month, but ties me in to a new 12 month contract :(
I would check on that.My son took the cinema extra package while an engineer was at his house and was gauranteed it wouldn't extend his contract,Both by the engineer who rang it in and sky on the phone.
#31
This is how mine pans out online. I have two normal boxes at present. One in the living room and one in teh bedroom, so will need a mini Sky Q box along with the 2TB Q box downstairs.

Your Selection
Current monthly cost£56.49
Without offers £111.99

What you've added£0
New 18 month minimum subscriptions.
Sky Q Multiscreen£12
New total monthly cost £56.49
New 18 month minimum subscriptions.
One-off cost£198
Sky Q 2TB box Install Fee£99
Payable now
Additional TV fee - Sky Q Mini£99
Payable now
Total one-off cost £198
EquipmentNo cost

So, the same monthly cost, but £198.00 one off payment :(
2 Likes #32
I think you need the 2TB box for 4k tv - If you call you should be able to negotiate the install down. As my dish is out reach of the sky height team I had to use a private firm to adjust the lnb so used that as ammunition to get the install down.

Was charged as follows (back in December):-

Sky Q 2TB box Install Fee - see full breakdown £60.00
Additional TV fee - Sky Q Mini - see full breakdown FREE
Total £60.00

Edited By: scottishpunter on May 09, 2017 15:09
#33
rickyb185
you will find the 2Tb box will be your property and you get to keep it but any additional multi room boxes you get ie the mini boxes will remain the property of sky and you will have to return once you terminate your contract

Just got Sky Q 2-3 weeks ago and they said all boxes belong to Sky. I got 35% off with free installation and one additional box for bedroom
#34
JC80
Shows equipment as free for me, just £20 install on top of the monthly price
£20 install fee? Mine is £199 regardless of if I choose 1Tb or 2Tb with my current monthly cost being unchanged - cant see the point though all I hear from friends who have upgraded is the remote is a pain to use and I would be tied into 18 months of payments
1 Like #35
americanonpurpose
Andwoo
surely this needs amended the price needs to include the £199 for the box, completely misleading
It's not £199 for the box, the 1TB box is free, for some reason people keep looking at the 2TB. Just get the standard and keep the £200 in your pocket
The thing is, you need the 2TB to enable 4k content. Absolutely ridiculous. And Sky wonder why people end up drifting towards Kodi etc.
1 Like #36
highspire2k
such a bust that HD costs more on top of the normal sub, especially sports as it's another £6 just for a better picture

Yeah it's a bit daft that the basic package they're virtually giving away but when you add everything on and take stuff you'd actually find useful with this kind of kit like HD sports or an extra box it's a total rip off!
#37
Bades
+£199 for the box?
I provisionally checked price, whilst adding multiroom the price of the 4k box goes to £60
#38
Remote is hyper sensitive, which means accidentally rewinding tv. It does now have voice search like the Amazon Fire thought. The other remote is cheaper and I would guess many people would probably prefer it.
1 Like #39
americanonpurpose
Andwoo
surely this needs amended the price needs to include the £199 for the box, completely misleading
It's not £199 for the box, the 1TB box is free, for some reason people keep looking at the 2TB. Just get the standard and keep the £200 in your pocket

For me if i switch a 2TB is a must for several reasons.

1) First off it's the only box which supports UHD which is the main reason. If i'm paying extra I least want to get UHD TV.
2) It supports 3 TV's via Multiscreen (1TB only supports 2)
3) It supports 2 tablets (1TB only supports 1)
4) You can watch 4 shows and record a 5th (1TB allows you to watch 3 and record a 4th)
5) If i switched to a 1TB I'd be losing 2TB of storage as I've got a 2TB downstairs and a 1TB upstairs. 1TB would never be enough to service main TV and 3 further TV's upstairs.

It's the 18 month contract that is the killer as they only ever give 12 month discounts out.



Edited By: ShopCom123 on May 09, 2017 15:19
#40
DamienB
Now TV movie bundle is £9.99 a month. Sky Cinema package is £18 a month.
Am I being daft when I say they're the exact some thing?! What extra channels or stuff does Sky Cinema add?

The only real benefit of the Sky Cinema package through a Sky box is you can record films and watch them once they aren't being shown any more. Once a film is removed from NOW TV you will not have access to it any more.

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