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Sky unlimited broadband incl line rental £108.80+£6.95 for 12 months (£208.80 minus £100M&S voucher) AND £65/70 cashback

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No requirement to take a TV package. Its ADSL not Fibre. Quidco £70 cashback Topcashback £65 cashback If you get cashback as well as M&S voucher, it would be £45.75 or £50.75 for the whole year. Sk…
winchman Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago84 Comments
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gp2
live4less
I've joined them on the 5th of May 2016 topcashback was pending on the same day. 10th of May 2016 received £100 m&s voucher :D
i thought u can only get m&s after your line goes active, which's abt two weeks after you place the order... even then, you need to manually claim it
Maybe it was the 5th he was connected. Offer has been on for 3 weeks.
live4less
I've joined them on the 5th of May 2016 topcashback was pending on the same day. 10th of May 2016 received £100 m&s voucher :D
i thought u can only get m&s after your line goes active, which's abt two weeks after you place the order... even then, you need to manually claim it
I've joined them on the 5th of May 2016 topcashback was pending on the same day. 10th of May 2016 received £100 m&s voucher :D
fahmihabibi
Hi, I am new here, and I like this deal. But I would like to know how I can get both cash back at the same time when they both send you to sky page with different affiliate website for you to buy their product?


​greedy
Thanks, I have chat with them they told they dont charge for home move unless new line installation.
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New Customers - 12 months sky broadband for £9.65 a month including line rental after £105 statement credit £115.80 @ Sky (Avail 4th March)

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From MSE. Good option if the fibre deal isn't for you. We've blagged Sky newbies (those who haven't been with Sky in the last 12 months) a top deal via this specific Sky line rent & broadband* link.
jonnykanzen Avatar2m, 4w agoFound 2 months, 4 weeks ago19 Comments
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Just managed to order through their website but couldn't manage it around 7. Best try it at non-peak periods as was going round in circles earlier when I tried.
opaninkofi
richchampness1
I had this deal last year I've been with sky for 1 year now and the deal is up and they want 35 a month now just for broadband anyone have any ideas on how I can get a discount

Sign up in a family member name or swap your first and last name and c the order will go through and take over your lounge as a new customer


My contract has expired i have requested a cancellation should a family member sign up now or wait 14 days?
Hello,

How do I sign up to receive the email with a link?

Thanks

Southside691
Chrisseh
Anyone had their email yet with the link needed to order?
I'm still waiting for mine too!
Nothing yet still waiting for the email, hopefully it'll come through soon.
Chrisseh
Anyone had their email yet with the link needed to order?
I'm still waiting for mine too!
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Free Sky fibre unlimited (£17.40 line rental) See link - Use code 5KYMOVE £208.80

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Sky unlimited fibre free for 12months (12months contract) free activation/installation. New customers only, you will need to go on new customers chat and ask for Fibre deals. Tell them virgin or talk…
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mmurdoch
prudenza
mmurdoch
alanhanger
​​well! what a rip off. Signed up no problem but they couldn't port my Virgin number over. They told me I would have to cancel the contract and start me on a new one to port the number but guaranteed I would not lose the free unlimited fibre deal. I had to start afresh and wait another two weeks for the installation date. After chasing them up to port my number over they told me they were still having trouble with the porting despite Virgin telling me there should be no problem, all they had to do was ask for the number. When they suggested another cancellation I told them just to give me the new number as they were too incompetent to port over. They then went through the contract with me and told me I would now be paying for unlimited fibre. So disgusted about the rip-off I cancelled. Thought better of it later and decided to rejoin and fight for the original deal and claim compensation.
I too was told that Sky couldn't port my number over from Virgin even tho the number originally was issued from Sky I had it years then ported it to virgin but sky say no chance of porting back??
Spoke to Virgin they said they shouldn't be a issue Sky just need to ask for it.
Spoke to B.T they said no problem in porting number to them, so why are Sky playing silly beggars.
Absolute clowns keep saying I have to have a new number and all this telephone engineer crap and costs
Did you by any chance place the order online via a cashback site?
I had 4 (FOUR) attempts and they claimed they couldn't port my line whilst EE said there was absolutely no problem. On the phone, magically, everything went smoothly. An "openreach fault" had just been fixed
Jokers!
The first time I spoke to Sky on the telephone and every time the person entered my number she said something to do with disconnected line or something, she kept trying but the problem was still there so I was informed I had to have a new number and a BT/openreach engineer etc.
Ah, ok.
prudenza
mmurdoch
alanhanger
​​well! what a rip off. Signed up no problem but they couldn't port my Virgin number over. They told me I would have to cancel the contract and start me on a new one to port the number but guaranteed I would not lose the free unlimited fibre deal. I had to start afresh and wait another two weeks for the installation date. After chasing them up to port my number over they told me they were still having trouble with the porting despite Virgin telling me there should be no problem, all they had to do was ask for the number. When they suggested another cancellation I told them just to give me the new number as they were too incompetent to port over. They then went through the contract with me and told me I would now be paying for unlimited fibre. So disgusted about the rip-off I cancelled. Thought better of it later and decided to rejoin and fight for the original deal and claim compensation.
I too was told that Sky couldn't port my number over from Virgin even tho the number originally was issued from Sky I had it years then ported it to virgin but sky say no chance of porting back??
Spoke to Virgin they said they shouldn't be a issue Sky just need to ask for it.
Spoke to B.T they said no problem in porting number to them, so why are Sky playing silly beggars.
Absolute clowns keep saying I have to have a new number and all this telephone engineer crap and costs
Did you by any chance place the order online via a cashback site?
I had 4 (FOUR) attempts and they claimed they couldn't port my line whilst EE said there was absolutely no problem. On the phone, magically, everything went smoothly. An "openreach fault" had just been fixed
Jokers!
The first time I spoke to Sky on the telephone and every time the person entered my number she said something to do with disconnected line or something, she kept trying but the problem was still there so I was informed I had to have a new number and a BT/openreach engineer etc.
mmurdoch
alanhanger
​​well! what a rip off. Signed up no problem but they couldn't port my Virgin number over. They told me I would have to cancel the contract and start me on a new one to port the number but guaranteed I would not lose the free unlimited fibre deal. I had to start afresh and wait another two weeks for the installation date. After chasing them up to port my number over they told me they were still having trouble with the porting despite Virgin telling me there should be no problem, all they had to do was ask for the number. When they suggested another cancellation I told them just to give me the new number as they were too incompetent to port over. They then went through the contract with me and told me I would now be paying for unlimited fibre. So disgusted about the rip-off I cancelled. Thought better of it later and decided to rejoin and fight for the original deal and claim compensation.
I too was told that Sky couldn't port my number over from Virgin even tho the number originally was issued from Sky I had it years then ported it to virgin but sky say no chance of porting back??
Spoke to Virgin they said they shouldn't be a issue Sky just need to ask for it.
Spoke to B.T they said no problem in porting number to them, so why are Sky playing silly beggars.
Absolute clowns keep saying I have to have a new number and all this telephone engineer crap and costs
Did you by any chance place the order online via a cashback site?
I had 4 (FOUR) attempts and they claimed they couldn't port my line whilst EE said there was absolutely no problem. On the phone, magically, everything went smoothly. An "openreach fault" had just been fixed
Jokers!
alanhanger
​​well! what a rip off. Signed up no problem but they couldn't port my Virgin number over. They told me I would have to cancel the contract and start me on a new one to port the number but guaranteed I would not lose the free unlimited fibre deal. I had to start afresh and wait another two weeks for the installation date. After chasing them up to port my number over they told me they were still having trouble with the porting despite Virgin telling me there should be no problem, all they had to do was ask for the number. When they suggested another cancellation I told them just to give me the new number as they were too incompetent to port over. They then went through the contract with me and told me I would now be paying for unlimited fibre. So disgusted about the rip-off I cancelled. Thought better of it later and decided to rejoin and fight for the original deal and claim compensation.
I too was told that Sky couldn't port my number over from Virgin even tho the number originally was issued from Sky I had it years then ported it to virgin but sky say no chance of porting back??
Spoke to Virgin they said they shouldn't be a issue Sky just need to ask for it.
Spoke to B.T they said no problem in porting number to them, so why are Sky playing silly beggars.
Absolute clowns keep saying I have to have a new number and all this telephone engineer crap and costs

Edited By: mmurdoch on Apr 20, 2016 09:28
managed to get this deal 3 weeks ago. took 7 days for phone to be connected and another 6 for TV to be connected. 27.80 per month for fibre and the TV package. oddly quid Co has tracked at £125 too so of that pays it will be a fantastic deal.
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Sky, free year line rental when you go back

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Hi all. I cancelled my sky fibre yesterday as I'm moving house soon, then I got this email this morning say if I sent back I would get free line rental for a year - I know it says broadband but it sh…
adaily Avatar4m, 2w agoFound 4 months, 2 weeks ago21 Comments
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Does anyone know if this would work for a customer who left sky almost 2 years ago ?
These kind of deals can be easy to get with Sky broadband, I am out of the U.K for 6 months so called. Sky to cancel my services, the sales person offered me 12 months free line rental AND 12 months free unlimited broadband for signing upto a new 12 month contract. So I have no cost for a whole year. When I get back to the UK I should also get the whole Sky TV package at 60-75% off. You just have to negotiate with these guys and don't be afraid to cancel your subscription. Call back a few days later and save £100's a year
Now does anyone know how to get this with the £70 quidco and £75 M&S Voucher's currently offered. I want the best fibre unlimited + line rental deal (though I would probably be ok with the 25GB limit on Sky's Basic Fibre.) Plus net comes in second cheapest but you only get £30 quidco cashback currently. Let me know of any other great deals. Cheers. :)
Tried going back to sky for fibre and tel yesterday and even informed them I had the email (Which we did), No chance was answer
Would love this
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sky broadband with £50 m&s voucher and tcb £5.79 pm

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sky broadband line rental £17.40 minus tcb of £89.25 minus £50 M&S voucher total cost per month after deductions is £5.79 for 12 mths
amerjitdosanjh7 Avatar4m, 2w agoFound 4 months, 2 weeks ago12 Comments
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Sky have just upped their M&S Voucher to £75 for new customers if that helps anyone
Does this tie you in for a year? Or could you cancel after a few months?
I'm hoping they do a better offer soon, perhaps £100 voucher (not just M&S!) plus that cashback level.
terryread1
Why do you need line rental
For the telephone line
terryread1
Why do you need line rental


​Cos if you give away "free " broadband you need a way to make money ;-)
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Free 12 months of McAfee Internet Security 2015 for Sky Customers

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I was looking for a new Internet Security subscription and came across this one in my sky account. Keep up to 3 PC’s safe online with antivirus, identity & Wi-Fi protection Free for 12 months then £…
alferone Avatar5m, 1w agoFound 5 months, 1 week ago15 Comments
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Terrible and tough to get rid of.
pnaylor39
Gollywood
First thing I do with the free 12 months McAfee software preinstalled on my new PC/laptop is REMOVE IT!!!
​echo this... as do numerous other posts. I can attest that this is a pain to remove. There's plenty of free ones available . as long as your careful have a combination of anti'virus, malware and firewall programs ( avast, malwarebytes, s&d, comodo or zone alarm, you shouldn't need to pay for a commercial solution unless your a business

What combination of the one you mentioned are the best to install?
To be fair Norton and McA are way better than they used to be when they earned their **** tags (and boy did they earn them), but why would anyone pay for either of them when the free alternatives are so much better?
I voted cold because I’ve had a lot of experience with both and you’d have to pay me to use this.
YouDontWantToKnow
But Norton stays there.... Its there hiding.. To b***** you up when you least expect it!
True, it's like saying the plague is better than having ebola I suppose
spannerzone
Gollywood
First thing I do with the free 12 months McAfee software preinstalled on my new PC/laptop is REMOVE IT!!!
YouDontWantToKnow
At least its not as bad as Norton!
It's MUCH MUCH worse than Norton!
When I get a new Dell PC, the first performance upgrade I carry out is to immedietly uninstall McAffee, it's like adding an SSD drive or doubling the Ram :D


But Norton stays there.... Its there hiding.. To b***** you up when you least expect it!

Edited By: YouDontWantToKnow on Dec 24, 2015 10:34
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Sky Fibre customers 12 months free Internet Security Suite for up to 3 PCs

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just found this might be useful for some McAfee Internet Security Suite We've teamed up with McAfee to offer Sky Broadband customers a free trial of McAfee Security. Sky Broadband Unlimited or Fibr…
tahir Avatar6m, 2w agoFound 6 months, 2 weeks ago9 Comments
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you should barely notice antivirus, it shouldn't be something that gets in the way, that pops up, nags or suggests you do something different, the more lightweight the better - a complete package should be a good antivirus, maybe some sort of system optimisation and in the past I would also recommend a firewall although modern windows machines behind a router are less in need of firewalls than computers used to be.
what's wrong with mcafee? ?
I used to be an avg man... now I'm avast.. I'd avoid McAfee
dhtml7
Thats great if you have Sky Fibre. I am still waiting for BT to upgrade my local exchange.

Me too, although I'm waiting for them to update my cabinet, the exchange was enabled ages ago. Currently have quite a specific enable date of 2016-2019... oO

Still wouldn't use McAfee though, it's like software for underclocking your CPU it weighs the system down so much. :D
Worse anti-virus ever. Rather I would rely windows defender.
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Sky Talk & Broadband £15.73 per month (Retention offer)

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Sky Line rental will go up by £1 come 1st December along with evening and weekend calls costing a extra £4 a month. My contract was also ending in November anyway but since line rental will be going u…
Fagol Avatar7m, 1w agoFound 7 months, 1 week ago67 Comments
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Called sky about a deal on phone and broadband as I had 30% off my line rental which ends next month.
My broadband is free until July this year.

They said there are no offers available on the line rental but can do another 12 months free broadband or fiber at 50% off or fibre 25gb limit free for 12 months.

I took the free broadband for 12 months as I go over the 25gb on fibre a month by a lot.

Should I have taken the fibre unlimited for £10 a month?

I had already cancelled my tv package then got the 50% off from the the sky service app which I took with £50 credit aswel.

This was the first time I ever cancelled as the service I received was awful despite being with Sky over 16 years and that's just this address.

Not all sky advisers were really awful but even paying £80-£100 inc call charges a month on my whole bill some advisers were like but you have a discount applied my point was yes I do but my bills are still sky high lol

One adviser told me bcus something happens with a customer about 6 months ago ofcom made them change the way they do deals or retentions.

Now the customer will need to cancel then the win back team will be able to help but they don't call you you need to get through to them.

Last few days has been hell. One adviser saying one thing then another saying no way we don't do that

Advisor said I could take out another sky+ hd box with box free but £12 pm multiroom.

I already have 2 sky+ hd boxes

I was told he would call me back as he couldn't update his system but he didn't call back.

I also found sky has different departments for everything.

So my tv package is £44
Inc movies,sport,HD,

I have a multiroom at £5 off until November

So my total will be £49 + 17:40 = £59:95


Sorry for the vent!
Gave them another call and was told I could leave but I stayed as he gave me a £10 per month off my fibre
jonnithomas
mark333
My contract runs out in June and I was told I can't cancel
you can. they have altered the terms of the contract. it's in the letter you received.
Will try calling them again thanks
mark333
My contract runs out in June and I was told I can't cancel


you can. they have altered the terms of the contract. it's in the letter you received.
My contract runs out in June and I was told I can't cancel
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sky fibre Free for 12 mths + £16.40 line rental = £30 setup (£226.80) @ Sky

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Switch to Sky Fibre and enjoy the most reliably consistent speeds measured by Ofcom for up to 38Mb broadband. Plus, it's now free for one year when you switch. £16.40 / mth line rental broadband fibre…
zibby9 Avatar8m, 3w agoFound 8 months, 3 weeks ago25 Comments
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broadbandchoices.co.uk
google "sky broadband deals" and get a laptop thrown in! and possible cashback. The above deal is crap!

Edited By: mcormack on Sep 08, 2015 18:48
Manimal
kelsbels12
Hate sky, money thieving asses!
BT are worse!

All are better then EE. trustpilot/review
its a sky product but cheaper and no contract
kelsbels12
Manimal
kelsbels12
Hate sky, money thieving asses!
BT are worse!
​They all the same. loyal customers get nothing, yet new customers get the lot. I now have now tv and chrome cast can watch anything I want now stream it from tablet, cheaper n less hassle
I thought now TV is Sky ?
:)
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Unlimited Sky Fibre Broadband - Existing Broadband Subscribers - £120.00 (£9.75/year after tcb)

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for all those who got the £6 deal like myself - http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/pay-6-for-a-year-broadband-line-rent-sky-pls-do-offer-request-referrals-live-friday-2228161 12 months unlimited fibre £…
kg808 Avatar10m, 3d agoFound 10 months, 3 days ago71 Comments
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I am an existing broadband customer, but phoned SKY this morning to haggle a deal. One off fee and connection fee waved just by stating how competitive BT were. result.
Wavod
Mikey91
If you ring up retentions the deal is £10 for fibre unlimited, £9.99 line rental and no connection fee


​Is the £10 ongoing, or for 12mths?


​Just phoned. Would/could not change line rental, but Fibre Unlimited £10 for 12 months, no activation fee & Tv/sports/movies package reduced to equivalent of line rental half price.
As long as the money's right I don't care how they do it 8)
any one got any update on best deal with sky fiber or is it worth going BT ?
Mikey91
If you ring up retentions the deal is £10 for fibre unlimited, £9.99 line rental and no connection fee


​Is the £10 ongoing, or for 12mths?
Hot deal! I just finished my contact time with EE (who have been overcharging me, their Indian call centre was hopeless). At least I'll get the money back that I lost with the Sky cashback!
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Free Sky Fibre Broadband for a YEAR (£16.40 Line Rental P/M)

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Super Deal with Sky. Get FREE Sky Fibre Broadband for one Whole Year. All you pay is line rental Check It Out before its too late
Jazzmata22 Avatar10m, 2w agoFound 10 months, 2 weeks ago55 Comments
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25GB is roughly enough data for any one of the follwoing:

1250 Hours browsing
6000 Music Tracks
160 Hours streaming music
80 Hours of Skype
200 App Downloads
25 SD Movie downloads
10,000 Emails.
It's a load of crap anyway, no such thing as Fibre they use the same copper phone line to my house....just saying before everyone jumps on me!
Also bear in mind that after the subsidised price you will revert to a higher cost fibre service. Usually more expensive than a capped ADSL service. Downgrading your line back to ADSL is not always that straightforward. If you know you will not go over the 25GB cap then why not just stick with ADSL. There are always deal around.

Edited By: topss on Jul 11, 2015 23:53
dancedar
topss
dancedar
Some people have a life in the real world and a job and the internet isn't everything to them-take a break and see, it's nice out! Hot (if iI hadn't just taken their free broadband and free line rental for aa yr I'd take it)
And some people live and work from home, so the internet may actually be quiet important in more positive ways than you suggest. I guess getting into a car/bus and then sitting in an office 9-5 is more appealing to some.
Appealing, no. A real job, maybe. I'm taking the majority of people who actually leave home each day. Like, say, you and me. That much data is enough for the casual guy who lives outside xbox and ventures out to the cinema as his time is worth more than a gb.

By 'casual guy' I'm going to assume you mean average user. Most households in the UK don't consist of one guy. There is usually more than one person sharing an internet connection. I suspect the average usage being bandied about is per person, so multiply that by 2.3 (2011 Government figures for household occupancy in the UK) to get an average per household.

Edited By: topss on Jul 11, 2015 23:14
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dancedar
topss
dancedar
Some people have a life in the real world and a job and the internet isn't everything to them-take a break and see, it's nice out! Hot (if iI hadn't just taken their free broadband and free line rental for aa yr I'd take it)
And some people live and work from home, so the internet may actually be quiet important in more positive ways than you suggest. I guess getting into a car/bus and then sitting in an office 9-5 is more appealing to some.
Appealing, no. A real job, maybe. I'm taking the majority of people who actually leave home each day. Like, say, you and me. That much data is enough for the casual guy who lives outside xbox and ventures out to the cinema as his time is worth more than a gb.

Well the average use is more than that, so that would suggest for the majority of people it isn't enough surely?
Again though, no one is saying it isn't enough for everyone, people are saying, if you use under 25GB why bother spending more on fibre? Even if this is the cheapest available to you, in 12 months it goes up, and a lot of people just keep paying - which is why new customer offers like this exist.
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Sky Fibre Unlimited Upgrade offer for Existing Customers £10 a Month but possible £110 Quidco makes it £10 for a year plus line rental!

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You can upgrade to Fibre Unlimited which is a 12 Month Contract (from today) for £10 a month for 12 months (then £20 a month after contract has exprired). However quidco are offering an amazing £110 c…
gamesaregood Avatar10m, 2w agoFound 10 months, 2 weeks ago27 Comments
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Ok well I could not upgrade mine online so could not even try Quidco as it does not show its available to order on the website.

I spoke to someone about a week ago and was advised they could do nothing on the activation cost of £30 or the £10 a month for 12 months for Fibre Unlimited as its already an offer.

But called tonight and was advised they have to charge me the £30 activation cost but will credit it back to the account :)

So I've got 12 Months Unlimited Fibre for £120 as I signed upto Sky ADSL+ through the recent moneysavingexpert deal and basically get free line rental! It might mean they consider the upgrade to be part the way through the existing month so it could mean paying for an extra month line rental at the end of the contract but still I'm happy :)

Edited By: gamesaregood on Jul 22, 2015 22:30
aventador1
wozkeo
I've just done it I got unlimited fibre and free activation (whatever that is ) all in for £16.40 a month I'm happy with that on a 12 month deal

How did you get this deal as it states £10 on the site for unlimited fibre?


Went on chat they offered line rental at £6.40 for 12 months and fibre upgrade unlimited for £10 for 12 months on a 12 month contract total £16.40 , just haggle with them it wasn't the 1st deal they offered
wozkeo
I've just done it I got unlimited fibre and free activation (whatever that is ) all in for £16.40 a month I'm happy with that on a 12 month deal

How did you get this deal as it states £10 on the site for unlimited fibre?
wozkeo
I've just done it I got unlimited fibre and free activation (whatever that is ) all in for £16.40 a month I'm happy with that on a 12 month deal

That sounds good :)
I've just done it I got unlimited fibre and free activation (whatever that is ) all in for £16.40 a month I'm happy with that on a 12 month deal
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Sky TV half price on all bundles plus Sky Broadband Unlimited half price plus free TV or Sonos Play speaker or £100

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Sky TV Half price on all bundles plus you get free Samsung 32" TV or Sonos Play speaker or £100 reward. At the checkout you can also add Sky Broadband Unlimited at half price. Contract 12 mon…
Michalux Avatar10m, 3w agoFound 10 months, 3 weeks ago132 Comments
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jase.2
very surprised to recieve the £121 quidco cashback yesterday, i assumed it would be declined as the deal was half price and came with sonos. The cashback and the money I got for selling the sonos on ebay basically means free sky tv for a year :-)

That's great! Fingers crossed I get mine as well!
very surprised to recieve the £121 quidco cashback yesterday, i assumed it would be declined as the deal was half price and came with sonos. The cashback and the money I got for selling the sonos on ebay basically means free sky tv for a year :-)
The Tv arrived yesterday :) its LED full HD and better than 32 inch blaupunkt that I was using so no complaints. Here's the model number Samsung HG32ED450SWKXU
yeh he did press a button think it is wps
fossman
fcuk
Can someone anwser this question it's confusing me, how did the engineer connect sky box wirelessly to my virgin router which by the way is WPA2-PSK, he didn't ask for password or anything, when he left it's all connected to network, all I can remember him doing was pressing reset button in front of the virgin hub??
Does the Virgin router have a WPS button on it that the engineer could have pressed to automatically connect the two devices?
fcuk
Can someone anwser this question it's confusing me, how did the engineer connect sky box wirelessly to my virgin router which by the way is WPA2-PSK, he didn't ask for password or anything, when he left it's all connected to network, all I can remember him doing was pressing reset button in front of the virgin hub??


Does the Virgin router have a WPS button on it that the engineer could have pressed to automatically connect the two devices?
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Free Sky Broadband for a year (£16.40 line rental) £196.80

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If you sign up to Sky Broadband you only pay line rental for a whole year This works out at £196.80 for a whole year. Sky also gives you £100 Marks and Spenser voucher and topcashback gives you £99.7…
jb66 Avatar1y, 3w agoFound 1 year, 3 weeks ago231 Comments
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I phoned sky to inform them I'm thinking of going to plus net http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/plusnet-b-band-line-rental-pay-111-for-a-year-after-75-back-line-rent-paid-upfront-2315014
Told them about the above deal, sky couldn't offer me any better so I will be trying plus net soon!
isn't it expired?
terriclarkfan
I phoned today to complain about the price rise, and got £33 credit to my account - a free month's line rental for £17 and 25% off the £8 a month for the remainder of the 1 year contract, but I had to sign up for another 12 month contract from today. Seemed a bit convoluted, but it was £33 for a 10 minute phone call so fair enough.


Got a similar deal myself last week,same 25% on £8 package,,(but since changed this to the evenings and weekends at £4 with 50% off so £2) free broadband for a year,1 months free landline and £50 credit.

Great as I just had 12 months free landline offer with coming from Be* ,I kept my line with BT but sky offered free landline for a year if i switched it last year.

I was thinking of fibre,anyone had any deals? I rang sky yeasterday and they offered me another months free LL and the 40mb package for £7.50 pm for 12 months
I phoned today to complain about the price rise, and got £33 credit to my account - a free month's line rental for £17 and 25% off the £8 a month for the remainder of the 1 year contract, but I had to sign up for another 12 month contract from today. Seemed a bit convoluted, but it was £33 for a 10 minute phone call so fair enough.
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First time Ive ever been declined, Irony is that they probably got lots of sales due to the deal I posted!







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Sky Broadband & Phone (New Customers) £20.15 monthly (With cashback etc works out at £6.27 monthly) - 12 Month Contract

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TopCashback are currently offering an exclusive £73.25 cashback for new Sky customers taking Sky Broadband Unlimited and Phone Line over 12 Months. With the deal, Unlimited Broadband (no download lim…
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I pay 16 quid for my Internet and phone line
yeah cant get £100 if you go though quidco now
Has the £100 M&S vouchers ended now?
I can only see £50.
forgot to add.. no line rental included
Correct me if im wrong.............. topcashback are offering £121.90 off + Sky are knocking off another £75 off.. making the original package* = -£3.46 for the year (then +£10 for installation) = £6.54

*Following the price listed on the TCB link (£16.12)
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Sky broadband 17mb Unlimited 12 months £241.80

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Best 12m unlimited broadband offer, after £100 voucher & £73 TCB you end paying £6.30 a month including Line Rental
sam800 Avatar1y, 1m agoFound 1 year, 1 month ago27 Comments
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I just signed up for this today - just to confirm what they have charged me....cheapest deal I could find for a 12 month contract & not bothered about inclusive phone calls :)
Sky Broadband Unlimited free for 12 months, free £100 M&S e-voucher & £80 Quidco cashback (quidco expires 16 July 2015). TopCashback .co.uk give slightly less but may not expire so soon.
Had to pay a £20 one-off connection fee, £6.95 router postage & packing & £16.40 a month for phone line rental (12 month contract)
Works out at £12 month if quidco pays me £80 cashback......and if I include the £100 M&S voucher, well, it's £1.40 month but I don't really count the voucher. It's a little bonus :) New Sky customers only (haven't had Sky for at least the past 12 months) & online only.
The latest deal for existing customers is 12 months free 17Mb broadband, they cannot quite match Plusnet's deal for customers with only Phone and Broadband.

Edited By: Smosekum on May 01, 2015 22:15
ok phoned sky, asked to be put thru to retentions straight away. Guy answered the phone and we had a long talk about my usage,, what devices I use, what I use it for etc etc. He said my download usage was the highest he ever saw in 7 years working for sky haha! Forget what the number was he said I had used but we got chattin about xbox ps4 films etc and football, mayweather pacquaio. I just made sure I came across very friendly but also knowlegeable.

He offered me the sae package as what I am on, sign in for another 12 months and just pay line rental. tbh I would have been happy with that but told him I wanted to reduce bills further and that I was hoping to get line rental halved as well as free broadband. He hummed and hawwed and said there was no way he could do that, I said even if it was for part of the contract. He seemed to consider that so I then said, well when I say part of the contract, I mean the majority of it, like say 9 months!! He said if he could he would but couldnt, hows about I do the free broadband, and give u a £30 bill credit. I said make it £50 and I'll go for it. He laughed and said I was hard work lol but then agreed!!

So I got £50 to cover the next 3 bills, and wrote off having to pay the extra £10 every month. So Im pretty happy with that. I get sufficient speed from my connection and am happy with it. I realise I could have probly did slightly better if I left but I really couldnt be arsed with the hassle and just wanted a decent deal from Sky, so happy days!
bayhabourbutcher

Also TCB once closed down an account I had with approx. £200 cashback due to be paid due to a minor indiscretion ( I tried to claim a small amount of cashback from a retailer a second time when I was only allowed to claim it once )


I would have thought this was pretty much theft on their part if they did so and didnt give you the money as its cash they would have already have received from retailers. Granted u may have made a slightly dubious transaction but its minimal and them keeping the cash u already have accrued is theft is it not??


Im just about to phone Sky just now as my 12 month contract is up in 2 weeks, Im currently on bb unlimited, just pay line rental, bb is free, but in 2 weeks they are going to charge £7.50 for the bb and £2.50 for not having sky tv?? Are they having a f'in laugh? Charged for NOT having Sky TV?? Aye right,, that will be the day. So my Sky bill will be £26.40 Will see how I get on. I dont think I will be eligible for this offer but given that SSE is only £12 a month all in, line rental included, 18 month contract and £52.50 TCB, and Talk Talk have a very good deal on just now, forget all the details, then Sky will need to play ball or im off!


Edited By: GeePee on May 01, 2015 16:24
TCB didnt track for me so I had to raise a claim

I only bother with cashback now for bigger amounts - I find a lot of the time transactions dont track which means you have to chase them up - for small amounts I find it simply isnt worth the time & effort needed to chase things up

Also TCB once closed down an account I had with approx. £200 cashback due to be paid due to a minor indiscretion ( I tried to claim a small amount of cashback from a retailer a second time when I was only allowed to claim it once )
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Sky Broadband & Line Rental Offer (Existing Customers)

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Just went on sky live chat and asked to reduce my monthly bill. I was offered; Broadband unlimited (usually £7.50/month) free for 12 months & Line Rental (usually £16.40/month) £10 for 10 months. Sav…
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I was on there. No deal. Everyone at Sky should have petrol sprinkled onto them before setting a match to them.
yes that's right how about we do the same to mcdonalds for making people fat or supermarkets for selling cigarettes. Or how about you blame yourself because no one put a gun to your head and forced you to choose sky(expecting the I'm not with sky reply)
I think what they are trying to say is. It's a bit like the comedy wheel on here. It's pot luck what you going to get with them, depending who you speak to.
well they should say that then rather then talking like a terrorist
mihaiboc
I got £5/month for broadband and no line rental for a year after calling to cancel

We were rung by Sky just over a week after I got a MAC, and offered broadband at £10 a month for the next 6 months for being a loyal customer. I've since cancelled sky tv as well, and now on the £10 a month for BT infinity unlimited deal + £5 for TV and just received £175 worth of shopping vouchers from BT.

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MadonnaProject
I was on there. No deal. Everyone at Sky should have petrol sprinkled onto them before setting a match to them.
yes that's right how about we do the same to mcdonalds for making people fat or supermarkets for selling cigarettes. Or how about you blame yourself because no one put a gun to your head and forced you to choose sky(expecting the I'm not with sky reply)
I think what they are trying to say is. It's a bit like the comedy wheel on here. It's pot luck what you going to get with them, depending who you speak to.

Edited By: leeparsons on Feb 28, 2015 11:02
Nothing wrong with fat people?

Fancy trying my negotiation skills with sky, I want fibre, cheaper tv and line rental..... Wish me luck?
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MadonnaProject
I was on there. No deal. Everyone at Sky should have petrol sprinkled onto them before setting a match to them.
yes that's right how about we do the same to mcdonalds for making people fat or supermarkets for selling cigarettes. Or how about you blame yourself because no one put a gun to your head and forced you to choose sky(expecting the I'm not with sky reply)
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Sky Broadband Telephone £12.50 pm unlimited retention £150.00

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My contract with sky ended and I wanted to get a good offer. I phoned sky they didn't give a good offer, I spoke to live chat around 1 hour ago and they offered me £12.50 unlimited Internet and anytim…
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well i have sky fibre bb and line rental and anytime calls for £15 per month and line rental is free but i do have nearly full sky tv package except sports as i never watch them for £35 per month and all that is £50 per month for 12 months instead of £110 but contract is up in july this year.
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So you're paying £12.50 per month? That's just the cost of line rental isn't it? Which you said you're getting for free, and you're getting Internet for free. So what exactly is the £12.50 for?
cost of line rental is £16 or so which is free, anytime calls and unlimited broadband £12.50. In essence everything together £12.50 get me a better deal
Unlimited internet is free to sky customers already for basic copper line speed if you have tv or telephone line! your just paying a fraction cheaper,you should of left them and waited for a real offer of 75% of everything from the real retention teams in Scotland. I pay £10 for unlimited fibre optic with sky and get a speed of 38 meg up and over 10 up.


I don't have sky tv.
sky line rental alone is £16 odd pounds. ..
£10 for fibre optic I don't believe you.




Nasty man
I'm on sky, was offered Fibre for £5pm for 12m then £20pm for the remaining 6m of a 18m contract. That would work out at £10pm over the contract term.

On wifi I was getting only 2meg more than on non fibre (Up Was 10mb though)

If I connected via Ethernet I got 40mb down.

Swapped back on the same day. Happy as I am at the moment, with the free 16mb service.
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MrMan2011
You try get this as new customer if you ask but I think it's exclusive to existing customers

How did you contact them via live chat? Been trying through the contact tab for the last week and it constantly says 'all our agents are busy'


try it between 11 am to 8pm I believe, click contact us then sky Broadband then request mac code. sometimes you are able to get through to them and get the live chat going other times its yellow and agents are busy I was successful in the evening time around 7pm try tomorrow or money.

The speed I usually get with sky "copper wire is around 16 meg or so which is high for "copper" so I'm not fussed about the price considering companies charge line rental alone and average of £15 and I get the whole package for even less.

good deal good luck and have fun to those who have a chance at it
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MrMan2011
chesterflaps
So you're paying £12.50 per month? That's just the cost of line rental isn't it? Which you said you're getting for free, and you're getting Internet for free. So what exactly is the £12.50 for?
cost of line rental is £16 or so which is free, anytime calls and unlimited broadband £12.50. In essence everything together £12.50 get me a better deal
Unlimited internet is free to sky customers already for basic copper line speed if you have tv or telephone line! your just paying a fraction cheaper,you should of left them and waited for a real offer of 75% of everything from the real retention teams in Scotland. I pay £10 for unlimited fibre optic with sky and get a speed of 38 meg up and over 10 up.


I don't have sky tv.
sky line rental alone is £16 odd pounds. ..
£10 for fibre optic I don't believe you.
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Sky broadband unlimited & Phone £196.80 (12mths x £16.40) (£2.65pm after cashback)

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Sky broadband unlimited for existing sky to customers at 2.65 effectively after 115£ cash back from quidco plus 50£ m&s vouchers. Not to mention this price is including the annoying line rental which
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damn i missed the 12 months free BB waiting for an answer =( looks like i'll just pay full whack for line rental & BB now
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No... Just no... Fiber every time. Having said that, for normal ADSL this is an OK price

There are areas without fibre still! 59 degrees for a genuinely amazing price for ADSL broadband yet some comedian posts a link to a cape that looks like Madonna's and it gets almost 2000. Is this site just another annoying internet forum now? It seems to be going that way. I must be getting old or something, good night. :D

Edited By: picnick on Feb 28, 2015 01:20
Cashback rate on quidco now reduced to £75 for broadband unlimited
talktalk broadband constant disconnects while you are using internet and buffers alot when you are watching youtube or a movie. Thinking about to leave talktalk and go for sky broadband
I'v been looking for a good deal for bb & line rental for my mother for ages, and ofc as i'll be paying for it inc my own bills at my own home i need something cheap but usable. Looking at it as a new customer can get bb free for 12 months which inc line rental would cost £16.40 for 1st 12 months, it says then £23.90 pm, is this contract for 18 months? and the phone calls are only free on weekends?
Quidco offering £100 voucher & £65 cashback too. Is that good or is there better? i would consider tv as well if anybody can point me in the direction of it costing just a little bit more,
lol not good at working all these out
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Sky talk anytime international £10.00 a month

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Unlimited international calls to many destinations for £10 a month plus line rental for £16.40 Works out cheap for Pakistan if you ring daily
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Since 01/02 Talktalk no longer allow "unlimited" free calls to Pakistan, Morocco, Ghana, Libya, although they are still included in the £5 (500 Global minutes boost). It won't last for Sky either, they will scrap 'your country' as soon as your tied into a contract with them!!
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Maybe I could phone someone in Pakistan asking them about their accident that they didn't know they had....Its only fair as I get at least 3 a week from them.....

they sound polish to me ;)
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Maybe I could phone someone in Pakistan asking them about their accident that they didn't know they had....Its only fair as I get at least 3 a week from them.....

Hahaha nice one ;)


I think those calls originate in India not Pakistan so why disturb the neighbours they don't get on as it is!
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Maybe I could phone someone in Pakistan asking them about their accident that they didn't know they had....Its only fair as I get at least 3 a week from them.....

Hahaha nice one ;)
Pakistan?
Huh