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Sky broadband and line rental for new customers £180.00 + £75 cash back (£49 with tcb) first year

£180.00 @ Sky Broadband
So sky are offering their broadband and line rental only for 15 a month, they give you £75 cash back and tcb give you £66. Delivery is a tenner so I make that £49 for the year. From what I can make ou… Read More
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So sky are offering their broadband and line rental only for 15 a month, they give you £75 cash back and tcb give you £66. Delivery is a tenner so I make that £49 for the year. From what I can make out they include sky pay as you talk so you just pay for calls if you make any. Pretty good deal if there's no hidden extras I'd say.
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#1
£115, someone needs to work on their maths!
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GazmoX
£115, someone needs to work on their maths!

15x12
-75
+10
=115
#3
My bad, I thought headline prices were not to include ANY cashback.
#4
True do the TCO and then the bumper price... then we can see if its a deal... Thanks for posting anyway.
#5
quidco offering 60.50 cash back on this deal and they match the difference if another cashback site offering more :p
#6
What sort of broadband speeds are they promising?
#7
I have a similar kind of deal and I went through the more reliable quidco. I have unlimited broadband. My wife and I stream at the same time and it works ok. But speed usually depends on how close you live to the main hub and the wiring in your property. The Sky in my area sometimes will drop for a few seconds though.
#8
"""The Sky in my area sometimes will drop for a few seconds though"""
Probably OpenReach issues.
#9
jenmumof5
What sort of broadband speeds are they promising?
That's what I'd like to know my router is four feet from tv in lounge was wondering if new Humax box with catch up etc would work ok I don't have fibre broadband
#10
getmeone
"""The Sky in my area sometimes will drop for a few seconds though"""
Probably OpenReach issues.


Or the apocalypse oO
#11
jenmumof5
What sort of broadband speeds are they promising?

6-12mbs which might sound laughable to you but I live out in the sticks and that would be more than I get with talktalk.

The cashback from sky would be legally binding so you're guaranteed that, that's why I included it in the title.
#12
I'd snap this up as we are moving into a new build in Jan and we are being told by open reach we cannot yet get fibre, however I can't select any delivery dates on the website past mid December
#13
I want fibre broadband, bet they won't give it at that price with phone line
#14
Who is cheapest for just fibre broadband a month ?????
#15
There is a hidden cost, they added a £20 line change over fee (whatever that means) when I went to the checkout. Tcb has dropped by £6 now so add £26 to the years cost but still a good deal. most confusing checkout process I've ever seen tho.. They repeat the deals twice on each page as you scroll down and repeat things over and over again and state 2 costs, cost with deals and cost without, even the final invoice page lists both which makes me wonder what they're up to tbh. Also there's an option to pay an extra £20 for a different hub but no real explanation of the difference so I left it.

Edited By: jumpinoffthbed on Dec 02, 2016 11:31: Sp
#16
This is the most confusingly priced deal I've ever seen. So many numbers flying all over the place.
#17
jumpinoffthbed
There is a hidden cost, they added a £20 line change over fee (whatever that means) when I went to the checkout. Tcb has dropped by £6 now so add £26 to the years cost but still a good deal. most confusing checkout process I've ever seen tho.. They repeat the deals twice on each page as you scroll down and repeat things over and over again and state 2 costs, cost with deals and cost without, even the final invoice page lists both which makes me wonder what they're up to tbh. Also there's an option to pay an extra £20 for a different hub but no real explanation of the difference so I left it.

I signed up to this last night and didn't incur this line changeover fee you quoted.

I suspect it's something specific to you and your existing provider that triggered this.
#18
Snuffpig
jumpinoffthbed
There is a hidden cost, they added a £20 line change over fee (whatever that means) when I went to the checkout. Tcb has dropped by £6 now so add £26 to the years cost but still a good deal. most confusing checkout process I've ever seen tho.. They repeat the deals twice on each page as you scroll down and repeat things over and over again and state 2 costs, cost with deals and cost without, even the final invoice page lists both which makes me wonder what they're up to tbh. Also there's an option to pay an extra £20 for a different hub but no real explanation of the difference so I left it.
I signed up to this last night and didn't incur this line changeover fee you quoted.
I suspect it's something specific to you and your existing provider that triggered this.

It wouldn't surprise me if talktalk have found a way of getting money out of me for leaving them so you might be right.
#19
jumpinoffthbed - should that be 'jumpinoffthebed'? Great deal but with all those add-on costs, which are typical of Sky who manage to find many ways of charging extra costs, I won't be going for this deal. Don't trust Sky or TalkTalk who are the same type of trader i.e. in truth, contempt for customers.


GazmoX - his maths (not math as in the USA!) were correct - who told you that cashback was not to be included? I know that cashback sites say they don't guarantee it, which may be why it should not be included. But I'm waiting to see a small claims court case, under the unfair trading terms in consumer contracts legislation, confirm that the point of using a cashback site is to get money back so its the basic essential in the contract and MUST be paid. You must be joking if you think Quidco are more reliable than Topcashback - I say the opposite.


Edited By: RayB on Dec 05, 2016 14:16: Additional comments.
#20
RayB
jumpinoffthbed - should that be 'jumpinoffthebed'? Great deal but with all those add-on costs, which are typical of Sky who manage to find many ways of charging extra costs, I won't be going for this deal. Don't trust Sky or TalkTalk who are the same type of trader i.e. in truth, contempt for customers.
GazmoX - his maths (not math as in the USA!) were correct - who told you that cashback was not to be included? I know that cashback sites say they don't guarantee it, which may be why it should not be included. But I'm waiting to see a small claims court case, under the unfair trading terms in consumer contracts legislation, confirm that the point of using a cashback site is to get money back so its the basic essential in the contract and MUST be paid. You must be joking if you think Quidco are more reliable than Topcashback - I say the opposite.
Hello everyone, I was thinking about getting this deal last night but when I went into topcashback I realised that my account has disappeared with the 50 pound I had in cash back too, I have since read that if you don't log on for six months they can remove your acc so I am assuming this has happened. What I don't get is I had no warning this was going to happen also if I had of known I would have withdrawn the funds. Is there anything you can do
#21
can't find the bit where sky give you £75 cashback... please can OP let me know how I get it!? thanks
1 Like #22
buyingstuff
can't find the bit where sky give you £75 cashback... please can OP let me know how I get it!? thanks

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1 Like #23
slevinkelevra - e-mail topcashback who should have sent you a warning e-mail before they closed your account. If they don't pay up, tell then you will go to the small claims court - see my previous posting for details which you can give in your reply to them. Say you will seek full publicity to warn others. Then take them to court; I would. I think the case against them for not warning you and under the unfair trading terms legislation is very good. But I hope they will pay you and restore your account, which they probably will do.
1 Like #24
slevinkelevra
RayB
jumpinoffthbed - should that be 'jumpinoffthebed'? Great deal but with all those add-on costs, which are typical of Sky who manage to find many ways of charging extra costs, I won't be going for this deal. Don't trust Sky or TalkTalk who are the same type of trader i.e. in truth, contempt for customers.
GazmoX - his maths (not math as in the USA!) were correct - who told you that cashback was not to be included? I know that cashback sites say they don't guarantee it, which may be why it should not be included. But I'm waiting to see a small claims court case, under the unfair trading terms in consumer contracts legislation, confirm that the point of using a cashback site is to get money back so its the basic essential in the contract and MUST be paid. You must be joking if you think Quidco are more reliable than Topcashback - I say the opposite.
Hello everyone, I was thinking about getting this deal last night but when I went into topcashback I realised that my account has disappeared with the 50 pound I had in cash back too, I have since read that if you don't log on for six months they can remove your acc so I am assuming this has happened. What I don't get is I had no warning this was going to happen also if I had of known I would have withdrawn the funds. Is there anything you can do


I'd get in touch with them. I haven't used my TCB account for about 2 years but logged in fine on Black Friday when Quidco was down.
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I've hit expire but nothing happened
#28
Gotta say I find it odd that a years line rental & unlimited broadband for 50 quid doesn't get hot but 3 chocolate bars in poundland does lol
1 Like #29
Contacted Sky and was told this deal ended on Dec 4

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