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Sky unlimited fibre + evn/wknd £31.40pm (Includes £100 prepaid mastercard card + possible £60 quidco)

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Hi All, For Unlimited fibre / unlimited evening & weekend calls: Works out to £31.40 per month +(£100 prepaid mastercard) which effectively reduces this to £23.07. You will pay one off £39 fibre ac… Read More
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9m, 2w agoFound 9 months, 2 weeks ago
Hi All,

For Unlimited fibre / unlimited evening & weekend calls: Works out to £31.40 per month +(£100 prepaid mastercard) which effectively reduces this to £23.07. You will pay one off £39 fibre activation fee later. I've also got £60 quidco tracked but I'm not sure if this will pay out since I've changed packages in the process, If it works then the cost is £18.07pm

This seemed to work out as the best unlimited fibre deal available with evening and weekend calls) It may or may not be as great for you depending on your needs / requirements & does involve some work.

1) Sign up using quidco to Skys broadband unlimited without TV, this will track with £60 cashback. (The deal is £21.40 for broadband + evening/weekend calls)

2) Once you have signed up you will receive a £100 giftcard within a week (Sky live chat confirmed this)

3) Once you have your giftcard simply ring up sky customer services and say that you would like to upgrade to sky fibre where you will need to pay a one off fee of £39 for activation and your cost will increase by £10 to £31.40 per month.

Note 1) Upgrading your package may or may not void your £60 cashback claim, I can't confirm if they will pay out but the deal works out reasonably cheap anyway so I've taken it.

Note 2) You can upgrade to unlimited calls anytime for an extra £4 a month or go for pay as you go for £4 a month less depending on your needs.

The main concept here is that if you sign up directly for the fibre deal you don't get the £100 prepaid mastercard whereas if you take the standard broadband deal and upgrade instantly you do get the £100 card (The Sky Expert on live chat said its completely fine to do this)
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1 Like #1
Thanks for the effort OP, really.

However, I think the risk of it failing from £100 reward for upgrade to cashback and the hassle makes it a cold from me.
1 Like #2
Not sure how much the evening and weekend calls are but...

Line rental £17.40 / month
Sky fibre unlimited £10 / month
Router £9.95
= £338.75 - £78.25 (tcb) = £260.50

= £21.71 / month with no faffing around.
#3
This is my point:

Sky network areas only. New Sky Broadband, Talk and line rental customers only. 12 months minimum contract. £9.95 router delivery charge applies. Separate contracts for Broadband & Talk. Prices may go up during your contract. See below for further terms.

I have been burned by rogue Sky advisors before (there are many X)). I would tread carefully given that they can instantly refuse the card because you would be an existing customer (a customer that has been with Sky in the last 12 months).
#4
I'm with Virgin Media currently, I love their broadband but find the phone/tv side distinctly meh. With the coming price increases (November) I'm thinking of moving if they don't give me a good reason to stay. I'm out of contract anyway so I could leave anytime if a good deal came along.

Thing is I’ve seen a few deals for Sky and BT, Plusnet etc on HUKD lately and none seem that amazing. Have the days of Sky offering 50% or even 75% off and a range of goodies like TVs laptops and tablets etc as joining incentives gone?

What about just broadband and phone deals (I rarely watch live TV thanks to streaming), anything particularly good out there or is now a really bad time to switch?


Edited By: ST3123 on Sep 11, 2016 20:00
1 Like #5
ST3123
I'm with Virgin Media currently, I love their broadband but find the phone/tv side distinctly meh. With the coming price increases (November) I'm thinking of moving if they don't give me a good reason to stay. I'm out of contract anyway so I could leave anytime if a good deal came along.
Thing is I’ve seen a few deals for Sky and BT, Plusnet etc on HUKD lately and none seem that amazing. Have the days of Sky offering 50% or even 75% off and a range of goodies like TVs laptops and tablets etc as joining incentives gone?
What about just broadband and phone deals (I rarely watch live TV thanks to streaming), anything particularly good out there or is now a really bad time to switch?

Ive been with Virgin since the days of NTL. Lately the TV service, particulary just browsing the channels seems so sluggish and slow. Then I saw the MSE deal which seemed really good, so Ive decided to jump ship. It seems all the best deals are reserved for new customers , so I intend to flip between Sky and Virgin now every 12 months. and come back as a new customer to grab the best deals every time....
#6
ST3123
I'm with Virgin Media currently, I love their broadband but find the phone/tv side distinctly meh. With the coming price increases (November) I'm thinking of moving if they don't give me a good reason to stay. I'm out of contract anyway so I could leave anytime if a good deal came along.
Thing is I’ve seen a few deals for Sky and BT, Plusnet etc on HUKD lately and none seem that amazing. Have the days of Sky offering 50% or even 75% off and a range of goodies like TVs laptops and tablets etc as joining incentives gone?
What about just broadband and phone deals (I rarely watch live TV thanks to streaming), anything particularly good out there or is now a really bad time to switch?

I'm in the market for BB myself and i'm waiting for BT to refresh their deals over the next few days. Sky is a dying platform for Live TV, if you can stream (I do) you save shed loads of money including the TV licence (I don't use iPlayer). Try it and see how you get on?
banned#7
I've got 78mb Fibre with line rental included it's £21 per month in an 18 month contract.

Cold.
#8
0zone
I've got 78mb Fibre with line rental included it's £21 per month in an 18 month contract.
Cold.
Who with?
#9
alltaken123
0zone
I've got 78mb Fibre with line rental included it's £21 per month in an 18 month contract.
Cold.
Who with?
That's the SSE deal, with Daisy as the actual provider.
#10
Just got the mse deal. Fibre max, phone anytime, sports, movies and box sets for £55 per month on 12 month contract.
#11
Nujol
alltaken123
0zone
I've got 78mb Fibre with line rental included it's £21 per month in an 18 month contract.
Cold.
Who with?
That's the SSE deal, with Daisy as the actual provider.
Ah right, I recall that SSE have some terrible CS and traffic management heavily utilised. Great price but that's about it as far as I can see.
#12
alltaken123
Nujol
alltaken123
0zone
I've got 78mb Fibre with line rental included it's £21 per month in an 18 month contract.
Cold.
Who with?
That's the SSE deal, with Daisy as the actual provider.
Ah right, I recall that SSE have some terrible CS and traffic management heavily utilised. Great price but that's about it as far as I can see.


Yes something like that. I recall I didn't go for it mainly because we ended up with BT Infinity 1 unlimited, full TV pack etc etc for £20pm after card and cashback which is a better deal than that or this!
#13
Nujol
alltaken123
Nujol
alltaken123
0zone
I've got 78mb Fibre with line rental included it's £21 per month in an 18 month contract.
Cold.
Who with?
That's the SSE deal, with Daisy as the actual provider.
Ah right, I recall that SSE have some terrible CS and traffic management heavily utilised. Great price but that's about it as far as I can see.
Yes something like that. I recall I didn't go for it mainly because we ended up with BT Infinity 1 unlimited, full TV pack etc etc for £20pm after card and cashback which is a better deal than that or this!

Absolutely. I'm waiting for new BT deals, typically missed the last one.
#14
anthony69
ST3123
I'm with Virgin Media currently, I love their broadband but find the phone/tv side distinctly meh. With the coming price increases (November) I'm thinking of moving if they don't give me a good reason to stay. I'm out of contract anyway so I could leave anytime if a good deal came along.
Thing is I’ve seen a few deals for Sky and BT, Plusnet etc on HUKD lately and none seem that amazing. Have the days of Sky offering 50% or even 75% off and a range of goodies like TVs laptops and tablets etc as joining incentives gone?
What about just broadband and phone deals (I rarely watch live TV thanks to streaming), anything particularly good out there or is now a really bad time to switch?

Ive been with Virgin since the days of NTL. Lately the TV service, particulary just browsing the channels seems so sluggish and slow. Then I saw the MSE deal which seemed really good, so Ive decided to jump ship. It seems all the best deals are reserved for new customers , so I intend to flip between Sky and Virgin now every 12 months. and come back as a new customer to grab the best deals every time....


I have switched between sky and virgin for the past few year and I think it's the best way
#15
alltaken123
Nujol
alltaken123
Nujol
alltaken123
0zone
I've got 78mb Fibre with line rental included it's £21 per month in an 18 month contract.
Cold.
Who with?
That's the SSE deal, with Daisy as the actual provider.
Ah right, I recall that SSE have some terrible CS and traffic management heavily utilised. Great price but that's about it as far as I can see.
Yes something like that. I recall I didn't go for it mainly because we ended up with BT Infinity 1 unlimited, full TV pack etc etc for £20pm after card and cashback which is a better deal than that or this!
Absolutely. I'm waiting for new BT deals, typically missed the last one.

Yeah BT seems to have good offers on currently but generally are for new customers only (No cashback or prepaid card for existing customers)

If I renew my contract with them I will get Unlimited fibre 1 + evening/weekend calls (+BT sport / tv which I don't really watch or use) for £34.34 per month with no cashback or prepaid cards which works out a lot worse than the introductory sky offer. So I have about a month to decide which provider I want to switch to...
banned#16
alltaken123
0zone
I've got 78mb Fibre with line rental included it's £21 per month in an 18 month contract.
Cold.
Who with?
SSE Ultra fast Broadband. deal is available till Novemeber
#17
0zone
alltaken123
0zone
I've got 78mb Fibre with line rental included it's £21 per month in an 18 month contract.
Cold.
Who with?
SSE Ultra fast Broadband. deal is available till Novemeber
Thanks. They look horrendous.
banned#18
alltaken123
0zone
alltaken123
0zone
I've got 78mb Fibre with line rental included it's £21 per month in an 18 month contract.
Cold.
Who with?
SSE Ultra fast Broadband. deal is available till Novemeber
Thanks. They look horrendous.
What's with the bad attitude toward someone trying to help you? I sure do hope you're not like that in person as I don't think it would be long before you ran out of people..
#19
0zone
alltaken123
0zone
alltaken123
0zone
I've got 78mb Fibre with line rental included it's £21 per month in an 18 month contract.
Cold.
Who with?
SSE Ultra fast Broadband. deal is available till Novemeber
Thanks. They look horrendous.
What's with the bad attitude toward someone trying to help you? I sure do hope you're not like that in person as I don't think it would be long before you ran out of people..
X) I think you have misconstrued my comment regarding SSE and taken it as somehow against you? I said they look horrendous because the price seems great but I see most signing up have traffic management and CS issues.
banned#20
alltaken123
0zone
alltaken123
0zone
alltaken123
0zone
I've got 78mb Fibre with line rental included it's £21 per month in an 18 month contract.
Cold.
Who with?
SSE Ultra fast Broadband. deal is available till Novemeber
Thanks. They look horrendous.
What's with the bad attitude toward someone trying to help you? I sure do hope you're not like that in person as I don't think it would be long before you ran out of people..
X) I think you have misconstrued my comment regarding SSE and taken it as somehow against you? I said they look horrendous because the price seems great but I see most signing up have traffic management and CS issues.
I have no issues with traffic management or CS.
It's actually on Daisy's national network. Sound's like you've had personal experience? Or are you simply relaying reviews by other people? Not a good idea to speak on other people's behalf when you're in a position to be effecting someone's buying decision. That's called a "rumour".
#21
0zone
alltaken123
0zone
alltaken123
0zone
alltaken123
0zone
I've got 78mb Fibre with line rental included it's £21 per month in an 18 month contract.
Cold.
Who with?
SSE Ultra fast Broadband. deal is available till Novemeber
Thanks. They look horrendous.
What's with the bad attitude toward someone trying to help you? I sure do hope you're not like that in person as I don't think it would be long before you ran out of people..
X) I think you have misconstrued my comment regarding SSE and taken it as somehow against you? I said they look horrendous because the price seems great but I see most signing up have traffic management and CS issues.
I have no issues with traffic management or CS.
It's actually on Daisy's national network. Sound's like you've had personal experience? Or are you simply relaying reviews by other people? Not a good idea to speak on other people's behalf when you're in a position to be effecting someone's buying decision. That's called a "rumour".

I refer to the SSE fibre deal thread and multiple other places on the web noting their CS and traffic management issues.
banned#22
alltaken123
0zone
alltaken123
0zone
alltaken123
0zone
alltaken123
0zone
I've got 78mb Fibre with line rental included it's £21 per month in an 18 month contract.
Cold.
Who with?
SSE Ultra fast Broadband. deal is available till Novemeber
Thanks. They look horrendous.
What's with the bad attitude toward someone trying to help you? I sure do hope you're not like that in person as I don't think it would be long before you ran out of people..
X) I think you have misconstrued my comment regarding SSE and taken it as somehow against you? I said they look horrendous because the price seems great but I see most signing up have traffic management and CS issues.
I have no issues with traffic management or CS.
It's actually on Daisy's national network. Sound's like you've had personal experience? Or are you simply relaying reviews by other people? Not a good idea to speak on other people's behalf when you're in a position to be effecting someone's buying decision. That's called a "rumour".
I refer to the SSE fibre deal thread and multiple other places on the web noting their CS and traffic management issues.
So no actual first hand experience then, yet still intent on telling an actual customer how bad things are. Laughable. Find something better to do with your off-hours.
#23
0zone
alltaken123
0zone
alltaken123
0zone
alltaken123
0zone
alltaken123
0zone
I've got 78mb Fibre with line rental included it's £21 per month in an 18 month contract.
Cold.
Who with?
SSE Ultra fast Broadband. deal is available till Novemeber
Thanks. They look horrendous.
What's with the bad attitude toward someone trying to help you? I sure do hope you're not like that in person as I don't think it would be long before you ran out of people..
X) I think you have misconstrued my comment regarding SSE and taken it as somehow against you? I said they look horrendous because the price seems great but I see most signing up have traffic management and CS issues.
I have no issues with traffic management or CS.
It's actually on Daisy's national network. Sound's like you've had personal experience? Or are you simply relaying reviews by other people? Not a good idea to speak on other people's behalf when you're in a position to be effecting someone's buying decision. That's called a "rumour".
I refer to the SSE fibre deal thread and multiple other places on the web noting their CS and traffic management issues.
So no actual first hand experience then, yet still intent on telling an actual customer how bad things are. Laughable. Find something better to do with your off-hours.
I'm looking for a new ISP, naturally I have looked at reviews and others who have had first hand experience of the services, SSE were one of the worst (for the reasons I mentioned. HUKD has its own thread on the SSE Fibre deal and it's dire to say the least. If you want to take it as a personal attack on your choice of ISP and somehow think that you need to defend an ISP choice because it's the one you have signed up for....

Well that's your choice.

Please keep in mind that most people will often look at reviews before signing up to a 12/18 month contract, in the real world nobody wastes their time in signing up to an ISP for the sake of 'it's all rumours unless you try it yourself', only to discover that the rumours were true. In the case of SSE; poor traffic management and CS, it happens, but reviews often help you avoid that situation first hand! It's not right to lambaste other HUKD members for not trying out SSE before paying attention to reviews (It's rather silly to suggest otherwise). (_;)

Many have tried them and it's quite clear that the general opinion is that £5 a month gets you (in the majority of cases) a shoddy third rate experience with lower than average speeds when compared to other ISP's.
banned 1 Like #24
alltaken123
0zone
alltaken123
0zone
alltaken123
0zone
alltaken123
0zone
alltaken123
0zone
I've got 78mb Fibre with line rental included it's £21 per month in an 18 month contract.
Cold.
Who with?
SSE Ultra fast Broadband. deal is available till Novemeber
Thanks. They look horrendous.
What's with the bad attitude toward someone trying to help you? I sure do hope you're not like that in person as I don't think it would be long before you ran out of people..
X) I think you have misconstrued my comment regarding SSE and taken it as somehow against you? I said they look horrendous because the price seems great but I see most signing up have traffic management and CS issues.
I have no issues with traffic management or CS.
It's actually on Daisy's national network. Sound's like you've had personal experience? Or are you simply relaying reviews by other people? Not a good idea to speak on other people's behalf when you're in a position to be effecting someone's buying decision. That's called a "rumour".
I refer to the SSE fibre deal thread and multiple other places on the web noting their CS and traffic management issues.
So no actual first hand experience then, yet still intent on telling an actual customer how bad things are. Laughable. Find something better to do with your off-hours.
I'm looking for a new ISP, naturally I have looked at reviews and others who have had first hand experience of the services, SSE were one of the worst (for the reasons I mentioned. HUKD has its own thread on the SSE Fibre deal and it's dire to say the least. If you want to take it as a personal attack on your choice of ISP and somehow think that you need to defend an ISP choice because it's the one you have signed up for....
Well that's your choice.
Please keep in mind that most people will often look at reviews before signing up to a 12/18 month contract, in the real world nobody wastes their time in signing up to an ISP for the sake of 'it's all rumours unless you try it yourself', only to discover that the rumours were true. In the case of SSE; poor traffic management and CS, it happens, but reviews often help you avoid that situation first hand! It's not right to lambaste other HUKD members for not trying out SSE before paying attention to reviews (It's rather silly to suggest otherwise). (_;)
Many have tried them and it's quite clear that the general opinion is that £5 a month gets you (in the majority of cases) a shoddy third rate experience with lower than average speeds when compared to other ISP's.
Thanks for confirming you have no first hand experience.
#25
£60 from quidco, unlikely.

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