Free Sky Normal Broadband plus 12 months £50 M&S voucher £218.75 including line rental / router delivery @ Sky - HotUKDeals
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Free Sky Normal Broadband plus 12 months £50 M&S voucher £218.75 including line rental / router delivery @ Sky

£218.75 @ Sky Digital
Good for those who want broadband only deals. Only pay for line rental. Also if you add quidco, you can get £60 cashback which brings it in £150. Not bad for a reputable company. Note this… Read More
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9m, 4d agoFound 9 months, 4 days ago
Good for those who want broadband only deals.

Only pay for line rental.

Also if you add quidco, you can get £60 cashback which brings it in £150.

Not bad for a reputable company.

Note this is not fibre

£218? = (£17.5 * 12) - £50 + router delivery
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9m, 4d agoFound 9 months, 4 days ago
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#1
Had ordinary sky broadband ... It was useless ... really low speeds .. couldn't stream anything ... upgraded to fibre ... far better .. kept it for past 2 years
#2
Hey. Now you can just get broadband without any line rental from suppliers.
Cold deal.
#3
ICTHUS
Hey. Now you can just get broadband without any line rental from suppliers.
Cold deal.

I believe that is only with Virgin Media - all other services require a line in order to use the service.
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This is all very well but what if you don't want normal broadband? What if you want abnormal, strange, freaky or plain weird broadband? ;)
#5
Was offering £100 prepaid master card few days back for NORMAL broadband.
#6
my sky broadband is very good had it for 2 years
#7
Has Sky broadband for 10 months, intermittent faults on the line resulting in patchy speeds, sky put the fault down to Openreach. Very patient and understanding customer service and as it is in the UK they understand what I am saying.

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