So I had been shopping around for a new modem router that was 5ghz and wireless AC, but simply couldn't bring myself to spend £150 on one. I discovered that the BT home hub actually does all of these things and is therefore a huge upgrade over the very basic Sky Hub.
Basically I've found a deal that works out over £20 a month cheaper for the same service as what I have with Sky.
So in order to get it at this price you need to pay for your line rental up front, this represents a pretty big saving in itself of about £30, it may not work out quite so attractive without doing this.
£169.90 Up Front Line Rental (or £16.99 a month)
£10 a month for the Fibre for 12 months.
Then on top of that you get
£84 Cashback at Topcashback.co.uk
a £50 Sainsbury's Voucher
Some Cadburys Chocolate in a stocking.
I paid about £200 up front which included some delivery and connection fees then it will be a further £120 for the following year, with the voucher and cashback (if I take those as a cash value) that works out as just over £15.50p a month. That's a hot deal in my eyes.