Decent sky deals for new customers - unlimited fibre, entertainment package, boxsets and multiroom £50 p/m £10 upfront - £20 activation 18 months = £930
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Decent sky deals for new customers - unlimited fibre, entertainment package, boxsets and multiroom £50 p/m £10 upfront - £20 activation 18 months = £930

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Found 7th Jan
Just rang up sky as a new customer and was offered unlimited fibre, entertainment package, boxsets and multiroom for 50 quid a month.

10 quid upfront and and extra 20 on first bill for activation.

Could of had cinema for 10 quid extra but didn't Bother.

Not sure if this is a great deal or not. But it's better than is available online for new customers.
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Hi, How many months is the contract for?
18 months
They also offered to cover any cancellation costs from my current provider, Upto 100 quid
in reality it shouldn't be anymore... plus TV licence needs to go...
Didn't vote either way. But with Amazon entering the TV market and Kodi / IPTV hammering sky. Can see them struggling in a few years. They rely on the old people who have been with them years and don't realise they are getting ripped off. Got an old relative paying £120 a month. That's correct £120 a month to Virgin. Tried to get him on Kodi and IPTV but he's not technical enough to get it.
formsm2000comp1 m ago

Didn't vote either way. But with Amazon entering the TV market and Kodi / …Didn't vote either way. But with Amazon entering the TV market and Kodi / IPTV hammering sky. Can see them struggling in a few years. They rely on the old people who have been with them years and don't realise they are getting ripped off. Got an old relative paying £120 a month. That's correct £120 a month to Virgin. Tried to get him on Kodi and IPTV but he's not technical enough to get it.


Agree. I'm not sure if anyone of our generation watches tv anymore. Streaming whatever you want and whenever you want is the best way to go!
Is that for Sky Q?
raschoudhury16 m ago

Agree. I'm not sure if anyone of our generation watches tv anymore. …Agree. I'm not sure if anyone of our generation watches tv anymore. Streaming whatever you want and whenever you want is the best way to go!


Yeah. Theft is the way to go. Things are much cheaper if you steal them.
BarGin7 m ago

Yeah. Theft is the way to go. Things are much cheaper if you steal them.


Streaming doesn't always mean stealing
I pay less as an EXISTING customer.....

Unlimited broadband
Unlimited Calls (mobile and landlines)
Line Rental
Multi-room
Entertainment pack
Sky Go......

Not locked into contract £47.....
magoohouse2 m ago

I pay less as an EXISTING customer.....Unlimited broadbandUnlimited Calls …I pay less as an EXISTING customer.....Unlimited broadbandUnlimited Calls (mobile and landlines)Line RentalMulti-roomEntertainment packSky Go......Not locked into contract £47.....


Is that fibre broadband?
I'm with Talk Talk. I know they aren't the best, but I get TV with the Sky Add on, Mobile, Broadband and landline with anytime calls to UK mobiles and landlines all for £27 a month.
One word - Kodi
Kodi keeps getting blocked
Sky offers drying up badly these days
Now Tv £99 for 12months movies and entertainment package deal. Plusnet unlimited boardband is around £20 a month
Chizzy0159 m ago

Streaming doesn't always mean stealing

But it usually means buffering
Netflix invested billions in new programming, hopefully that will introduce much greater competition. Sky and Virgin have been making virtually criminal charges for delivering crap services and crap content for years. Virgin are even worse than Sky, they just leech.....hmm wonder where they got that from? Still soon be in a pickle and no tea........... that last bit was for all you cryptic crossword enthusiasts, hope you get it
Gollywood8 m ago

But it usually means buffering


And of course that has nothing to do with your broadband provider limiting your speed....it's a bit like going into the supermarket and getting a special offer on a 16 pack of toilet rolls only you get home and find there are only 9, same result really as the broadband. ...just more crap
I'm with Sky and am currently paying £30.24 for Broadband (Sky Fibre Unlimited) and Talk. On top of that I'm paying £32.00 a month for the Variety package and I have the Sky+HD box, so in total £62.24 a month - I have been with them for just over a year now.

I bought an Amazon Fire Stick a couple of weeks ago and I also have Now TV (no subscriptions though) in one of the bedrooms. I need to cut this cost down so am thinking about getting rid of Sky TV and using the Amazon Fire Stick and then subscribing to Now TV's entertainment pass for £7.99 and the Kid's channel for £2.99 a month, so a maximum (might be able to get subscriptions cheaper online, perhaps eBay) of £10.98 a month, saving me £21.02 a month. However, some channels I would still like to have, one of which is Disney X D for my young son (not on Kid's pass) and there might be other channels that I currently get with Sky that the Fire Stick and Now TV don't cover.

Would I be able to install Kodi on to the Amazon Fire Stick and would it give me these extra channels? I'm only asking, as I have noticed several people talking about it. If Kodi is installed, is the quality ok when watching programmes, like through the Amazon Fire Stick? I don't think that I can find a cheaper deal for the Broadband and Talk, unless somebody knows of one? Or, perhaps is there another package deal that is cheaper? From what I have read, it is really difficult to get Sky to give you a cheaper deal, even if you say that you are leaving them. Any advice appreciated. Thank you.
Seriously, have a look at Netflix, £10 a month, not absolutely top notch for films and no sport but... can watch on (I think) 4 devices at the same time, can actually access on as many different devices as you want, anywhere. Has individual access so a person's programs and preferences can be saved, has kids content and access, can pause and pick up on as many programs as you want, has some serious sci-fi and zombie stuff and as I said in a different post Netflix have invested billions.... Suggest you try the one month free subscription, nothing to lose...oh and once you start you can leave at any time and then rejoin after a couple of months. We watch on smart TV, tablet, streaming box and phone. Free view gives you 100 plus channels, Now TV always have offers on sports etc etc. Amazon prime gives you access to movies and music as well as free postage on purchases etc.
Is the unlimited fibre the one with 25g limit, I’ve just cancelled sky.. on basic net but first five month of my second year it was off more than on. They never gave me anything off the bill. Then I rung and said give me stable line. It stayed on but minimum 13-14 meg. Went off again in October for three days. Sent BT guy who fixed external problem,, after the fix I’ve been getting 17 meg and no problems, but I think they upped the speed so I’ll stay. I’ve cancelled and they offered me rubbish deal for 18 months. Now I’m stuck looking for somewhere else. But my funds are limited.
BarGin2 h, 37 m ago

Yeah. Theft is the way to go. Things are much cheaper if you steal them.


I use Netflix, iPlayer, YouTube and Amazon does this make me a thief??
dorey6946 m ago

Is the unlimited fibre the one with 25g limit, I’ve just cancelled sky.. o …Is the unlimited fibre the one with 25g limit, I’ve just cancelled sky.. on basic net but first five month of my second year it was off more than on. They never gave me anything off the bill. Then I rung and said give me stable line. It stayed on but minimum 13-14 meg. Went off again in October for three days. Sent BT guy who fixed external problem,, after the fix I’ve been getting 17 meg and no problems, but I think they upped the speed so I’ll stay. I’ve cancelled and they offered me rubbish deal for 18 months. Now I’m stuck looking for somewhere else. But my funds are limited.


No it's unlimited. Ive actually rung since this deal and they have given a further 5 off per month on the unlimited fibre, so that's now 25 a month. Plus 25 quid towards my first bill. That means I'll pay £25 for unlimited fibre, £12 for multiroom and only £8 for The sky package and boxsets. I thought was fair for a new customer. Came to about 85 quid if I signed up online.
Ronjeremy7th Jan

Is that fibre broadband?


yes
I'm just lazy! one call to retentions and accepted their 2nd offering:

£22.80 pm
box sets inc HD
for 18 month term.
that's a 40% discount, their 1st attempt was only 20%!


Done in 5 mins
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