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Sky Fibre Broadband Deal! The other offer is the normal broadband £15.36 a month £184.32

£184.32 @ Sky Broadband
Available to: 83% of UK Speed: Up to 38Mb Download limit: Unlimited Traffic shaping? No Contract length: 12 months Deal requires line rental? Yes Inclusive calls? No New line i… Read More
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10m, 4d agoFound 10 months, 4 days ago
Available to: 83% of UK

Speed: Up to 38Mb

Download limit: Unlimited

Traffic shaping? No

Contract length: 12 months

Deal requires line rental? Yes

Inclusive calls? No

New line installation: £20

Until Thu 29 Sep, we've blagged? Sky newbies (those who haven't been with Sky broadband, TV or talk in the last 12 months) a cracking deal via this specific Sky line rent & broadband* link. It's a year's contract and the key is half-price line rental and £10/mth unlimited up-to-38Mb speed fibre broadband. Plus, we've blagged £50 bill credit, which covers up to two months' line rental and broadband costs.

Get a code NOW: There are 29,000 codes. You can sign up once you've applied via this Sky link*. you'll also be sent an email with your code and unique link for sign up (one per home, not transferable). You have until 11.59pm Thu 29 Sep 2016.

How it works...

Half-price line rental. It's £17.40 a month, so you pay half that, £8.70/mth (so £104.40/yr). If Sky increases line rental (as most firms do regularly), you'll then pay half the new amount.

Unlimited fibre broadband £10/mth for 12 months. It's unlimited up-to-38Mb speed. After the 12-month contract ends, fibre broadband's £20/mth if you stay.

We've blagged you £50 bill credit. It's added to your account once your bill's active. The first £9.95 pays for the 'free' compulsory router delivery, the rest will be used up on line rental and calls until it's gone, so you won't shell out for around two months.

Card verification & refund. You pay £5 to verify your card when ordering but it's added to your bill credit.

- How cheap is this all-in? If you add up the line rental, broadband and router p&p, the total over the 12-month contract is £234.35 (at current prices, before calls). But, after the £50 bill credit, it's £184.35 for the year, equiv £15.36/mth before calls.

- What about calls? Calls costs are a bit more than BT to landlines but a bit less to mobiles (11.5p/min to landlines and mobiles, 16.9p connection-fee). Sky also has an unbilled calls credit limit – see below for info.

- Need a new line? If you don't have a line, or you're switching from cable, you'll need to pay £20 for a new line. However, if you have a BT line but pay another provider to use it, or you pay BT for your phone line, you may still have to pay the fee (see below).

- Direct debit only. You won't be able to get this deal otherwise.

Potential TCB £73.50 but not sure whether will pay out so another £6.12 off making it £9.24! As cheap as the BT deal with all cashback and cheque etc...

Copy & pasted from: http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/phones/cheap-broadband#skyfibre

- pasheast
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#1
Already posted
1 Like #2
Very useful thanks for posting. Noticed that Virgin hiked the monthly payment to £36.99. Goodbye Virgin hello Sky.
#3
Is there a Activation fee to pay ?

T&C seems to quote a £39 activation fee.
#4
Can someone tell me how i get the half price line rental offer. Cannot find it.
banned 1 Like #5
Never seen so many offers for sky broadband, they'll be on the back of cornflakes in a minute.
#6
Click the link at the bottom always hotukdeals links get broken. This is the fibre version not the normal one even though both deals are in parallel! So its not already been posted! It says no fibre fee but even if there is the £50 credit takes care of that!

Edited By: Anon32 on Sep 18, 2016 10:55
#7
Is this 12 month or 18 month contract for the fibre?
#8
Terms state this:
Separate 12 month minimum terms apply to each of your TV, Talk and Broadband products, except Sky Fibre which has an 18 month minimum term and except when you take Sky TV with Sky
#9
Leery24
Terms state this:
Separate 12 month minimum terms apply to each of your TV, Talk and Broadband products, except Sky Fibre which has an 18 month minimum term and except when you take Sky TV with Sky

where does it state that? on the MSE jump page, the (hidden) T&C at the bottom states :
12 months half price line rental for 12 months. After 12 months standard Line Rental price applies, currently £17.40 a month. This offer is for new customers to Sky only incl. past customers who have not had Sky in the last 12 months. Customers can not be existing Sky TV customers. This offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer. Customers who require a new line will need to pay £20 fee to cover the OpenReach engineer's visit.
£10 a month Sky Fibre Unlimited: Subject to status. Upfront payment may be required. Available to new Sky broadband, talk & line rental customers switching calls and line rental to Sky. After 12 months, standard price applies, currently £20pm with Sky Talk (£0-£12 per month). Sky Fibre Unlimited: Availability subject to survey. Standard fibre activation £50 for existing Sky Broadband customers. For new Sky Broadband customers without TV, £0 activation fee applies. External Factors e.g. internet congestion and home wiring can affect speed. Download speeds up to 17/38Mb. Compatible line required, otherwise connection charge from £20 may apply. No connection charge applies when joining with Sky TV. General: 12 month min subscriptions. Separate contracts apply to Sky Fibre Unlimited and Sky Talk. You must get consents required (e.g. landlord’s). Prices for DD payments only. Continuous debit/credit card mandate costs 30p pm. UK residential customers only. Not available with other offers. Further terms apply.
#10
During checkout on Sky's page. Im not sure if I have maybe understood it?
renegade_si
Leery24
Terms state this:
Separate 12 month minimum terms apply to each of your TV, Talk and Broadband products, except Sky Fibre which has an 18 month minimum term and except when you take Sky TV with Sky
where does it state that? on the MSE jump page, the (hidden) T&C at the bottom states :
12 months half price line rental for 12 months. After 12 months standard Line Rental price applies, currently £17.40 a month. This offer is for new customers to Sky only incl. past customers who have not had Sky in the last 12 months. Customers can not be existing Sky TV customers. This offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer. Customers who require a new line will need to pay £20 fee to cover the OpenReach engineer's visit.
£10 a month Sky Fibre Unlimited: Subject to status. Upfront payment may be required. Available to new Sky broadband, talk & line rental customers switching calls and line rental to Sky. After 12 months, standard price applies, currently £20pm with Sky Talk (£0-£12 per month). Sky Fibre Unlimited: Availability subject to survey. Standard fibre activation £50 for existing Sky Broadband customers. For new Sky Broadband customers without TV, £0 activation fee applies. External Factors e.g. internet congestion and home wiring can affect speed. Download speeds up to 17/38Mb. Compatible line required, otherwise connection charge from £20 may apply. No connection charge applies when joining with Sky TV. General: 12 month min subscriptions. Separate contracts apply to Sky Fibre Unlimited and Sky Talk. You must get consents required (e.g. landlord’s). Prices for DD payments only. Continuous debit/credit card mandate costs 30p pm. UK residential customers only. Not available with other offers. Further terms apply.
#11
Spoke to a sky advisor and have also chceked when adding this to basket that it is 12 month contract for fibre / talk, not sure where this 18 months has come from?

Edited By: Diesel48 on Sep 18, 2016 11:46
#12
I phoned sky broadband as I was with them around 11 months ago I wanted to know if I was eligible for this deal, they said no as I already have sky tv. Not sure if this is right or not?
#13
Also, my current by broadband deal ends 18 October. This deal for codes ends 29 sept. Can I ask sky to activate after my by contract ends? Phoned bt the other day they said if I leave early there will be a £120 early termination fee!!!!
#14
Danegerous
I phoned sky broadband as I was with them around 11 months ago I wanted to know if I was eligible for this deal, they said no as I already have sky tv. Not sure if this is right or not?

From the OP: "Sky newbies (those who haven't been with Sky broadband, TV or talk in the last 12 months)"

... :|
2 Likes #15
When I tried to leave Virgin to get this offer they insisted on charging me a £120 termination fee as I am still within the 12 months. Fortunately, you can cancel as they are raising their prices and when I mentioned this on a follow up call, the fee was waived. They will not tell you this so I hope someone finds this useful. Also Sky threw in a SKY Q box and free TV channels and lowered the price to £17.50.
#16
I had to get fibre unlimited before getting fibre max. Only bought it couple days ago an line not activated yet. U think they cud add the 50 to my contract?
#17
Is someone able to tell me, does Sky consider new customer as per property or per person?

My current sky deal (2015 MSE) is coming up for renewal, could I cancel and get my OH to sign up?
#18
MrScotchBonnet
Never seen so many offers for sky broadband, they'll be on the back of cornflakes in a minute.

This may be something to do with Sky accruing O2 Broadband and since then the majority of the O2 broadband customers have now jumped boat to another service provider.

Edited By: Rudki on Sep 18, 2016 12:51
#19
Cobray
I had to get fibre unlimited before getting fibre max. Only bought it couple days ago an line not activated yet. U think they cud add the 50 to my contract?

I asked that for a friend but we were worried he will lose the discount if he changed package as happened to me a few years back.
#20
I could kiss the person who shared this deal, have been looking for a good deal since June and found them pretty thin on the ground. I was going to downgrade off of fibre , now I don't have to. Great deal
#21
Still waiting for my cash back from tcb nearly 8 months later...it's a gamble I suppose..
#22
I've recently paid upfront to Virgin Media for a year of line rentals. If I cancel, as they've just put the price up, will they refund this? Thanks

Edited By: Jonnyblock on Sep 18, 2016 13:57
#23
Jonnyblock
I've recently paid upfront to Virgin Media for a year of line rentals. If I cancel, as they've just put the price up, will they refund this? Thanks
yes they should but it depends apparently on the terms and condition when you signed up.
#24
thuvcasio
Jonnyblock
I've recently paid upfront to Virgin Media for a year of line rentals. If I cancel, as they've just put the price up, will they refund this? Thanks
yes they should but it depends apparently on the terms and condition when you signed up.

Thanks.
#25
excellent deal heavy some heat :)
#26
Jonnyblock
I've recently paid upfront to Virgin Media for a year of line rentals. If I cancel, as they've just put the price up, will they refund this? Thanks


No they will not - unless you are within 14 days of taking the contract.
That is the whole purpose of paying line rental in advance - you have paid up and it's gone!
You can leave due to the price rises but they will not refund the paid line rental. I know it seems like a scam!
It is not only Virgin Media, all ISPs are at it.

Edited By: AstalaVista on Sep 18, 2016 15:09: edit
#27
I have heard that you get charged with Sky if you call them for any issues. Is that true?
I am with virgin and planning to cancel.
1 Like #28
Who exactly is doing all this 'blagging'?

We've blagged you this that and the other? What,?
#29
Still have a month left on my contact otherwise would have been all over this =(
#30
Jimbo123
I could kiss the person who shared this deal, have been looking for a good deal since June and found them pretty thin on the ground. I was going to downgrade off of fibre , now I don't have to. Great deal
Your're welcome jimbo but tbh if you don't mind faffing about with cashback etc... The BT deal worked out at £10 a month and that was for fibre unlimited plus with BT its 50 mb/sec don't know why you didn't look at that! Where i live standard broadband at 6mb/sec is not too bad but not fast either so think i'll stick with fibre now!

Hopefully sky will do this deal next year when my BT runs out lol and then i wouldn't have been wih sky for 12 months and just flip between the two! Be interesting if someone can get tcb to pay out as well! Let me know!
#31
Jonnyblock
I've recently paid upfront to Virgin Media for a year of line rentals. If I cancel, as they've just put the price up, will they refund this? Thanks

You can request refund within 14 days
#32
kiish
Jonnyblock
I've recently paid upfront to Virgin Media for a year of line rentals. If I cancel, as they've just put the price up, will they refund this? Thanks
You can request refund within 14 days

:-(
#33
Rudki
MrScotchBonnet
Never seen so many offers for sky broadband, they'll be on the back of cornflakes in a minute.
This may be something to do with Sky accruing O2 Broadband and since then the majority of the O2 broadband customers have now jumped boat to another service provider.
Spot on. I was one of them. Deal too good to turn down now for Sky.
#34
AstalaVista
I have heard that you get charged with Sky if you call them for any issues. Is that true?
I am with virgin and planning to cancel.
Charged how?
Rudki
MrScotchBonnet
Never seen so many offers for sky broadband, they'll be on the back of cornflakes in a minute.
This may be something to do with Sky accruing O2 Broadband and since then the majority of the O2 broadband customers have now jumped boat to another service provider.

Rudki
[quote=MrScotchBonnet] Never seen so many offers for sky broadband, they'll be on the back of cornflakes in a minute.
This may be something to do with Sky accruing O2 Broadband and since then the majority of the O2 broadband customers have now jumped boat to another service provider.

That was like 3 years ago now.
#35
Leery24
Still have a month left on my contact otherwise would have been all over this =(

Same here, im gonna postpone install till last day of current contract.
When I switched to BT I could select start date.
#36
I'm in a similar position where my line rental has been paid for. I've got the sky deal with sky q, BB and phone line. Is switching numbers possible in the future when my line rental runs out? So I'd keep my Virgin phone and sky phone, and when the line rental runs out for Virgin, then swap my number over to sky?
#37
max1s
Is someone able to tell me, does Sky consider new customer as per property or per person?
My current sky deal (2015 MSE) is coming up for renewal, could I cancel and get my OH to sign up?
i like to know that too. even if you could i dont think you will able to keep the number.
if you call sky by selectin cancellation they will offer you £10 all in for standard BB. that what i have been offered.
#38
kiish
Jonnyblock
I've recently paid upfront to Virgin Media for a year of line rentals. If I cancel, as they've just put the price up, will they refund this? Thanks
You can request refund within 14 days
Hi, I was on the BT deal which ran out in June and it was pretty sweet but I was struggling to find a good fibre deal, I was about to go back to normal. Very grateful to see this deal thanks. The cashback deal on sky isn't that stellar the installation fee. There is often great deals though.
#39
Just left sky after 15 years, fed up having to phone every year and plead for discount £94 for basic hd tv package with an apparent 33% off the tv package for the next 4 years wtf! Far too expensive they just take the pizz sucker people in and hike the price after a year, get a far better deal with bt for £65 per month..YMMV
#40
EN1GMA
I'm in a similar position where my line rental has been paid for. I've got the sky deal with sky q, BB and phone line. Is switching numbers possible in the future when my line rental runs out? So I'd keep my Virgin phone and sky phone, and when the line rental runs out for Virgin, then swap my number over to sky?
Yes you can.

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