Existing Sky Fibre customers: £10/mo OFF your bill for 12 months
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Existing Sky Fibre customers: £10/mo OFF your bill for 12 months

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Edited by:"Steelman111"Found 27th Aug 2017
I found this randomly while trying to reduce the cost of my service, if you visit contactus.sky.com/uk and select the following:


Sky Broadband > Cancel Sky Broadband > Chat online with our Sky experts


It will ask you a few questions, I selected "I'm thinking about switching to another provider" then "BT" and finally "I've seen a better deal elsewhere" it then sent me to this:

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It may not work for everyone but I thought it was worth posting.
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Just done this and it worked for me. I don't want to leave sky, at least not for now so saving £120 over the next year over a product i would have kept anyways is good deal for me.
Thanks!
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Expect to get £100 bill credit if you actually proceed to online chat and push them for a deal, might work best if you have already placed an order to move to another provider.
Nice
It's been going for the last 3 or 4 years .

Never paid full price for sky fibre .
I got that offer a few months ago, but was on the phone to them about to cancel and go elsewhere. Heat for sharing
Just done this and it worked for me. I don't want to leave sky, at least not for now so saving £120 over the next year over a product i would have kept anyways is good deal for me.
Thanks!
Total £10+£18.99=£28.99
This is the offer I accepted when I came to the end of my previous contract a few weeks ago, but never pushed them for a credit as jaynino suggests, which in hindsight I should have

I'll do it next year
Already £10 if you have sky sports
Thx op, just took offer, I am due to end current contract next week and sky messaging would not give any discount for renewal!
Edited by: "leitchyleck" 27th Aug 2017
Worked for me, ty
Why would you pay £28 for line and fibre when bt offer the same for circa £15/16?
Th3.Ripper7 m ago

Why would you pay £28 for line and fibre when bt offer the same for circa …Why would you pay £28 for line and fibre when bt offer the same for circa £15/16?

£15 for unlimited fibre and line rental? Where/how do you get that??
Th3.Ripper8 m ago

Why would you pay £28 for line and fibre when bt offer the same for circa …Why would you pay £28 for line and fibre when bt offer the same for circa £15/16?

Is that deal not over?
Th3.Ripper10 m ago

Why would you pay £28 for line and fibre when bt offer the same for circa …Why would you pay £28 for line and fibre when bt offer the same for circa £15/16?


Unlimited fibre with BT is £34.99 a month and £49.99 after 12 months. Even if you factor in the £125 new customer gift card you're no where close to your figure. Line rental is £16.99 on it's own...
Thank you for sharing OP!

Saved me £120 for the year
Th3.Ripper15 m ago

Why would you pay £28 for line and fibre when bt offer the same for circa …Why would you pay £28 for line and fibre when bt offer the same for circa £15/16?

​These ressons for me:
- Friends living near me not happy with their BT service - wi-fi dropouts, etc
- Difficult to engage, Indian-based support
- The hassle of changing / signing-up for a new contract with another ISP

A few years ago, TalkTalk offered me free basic BB for a year, which I refused for some of the reasons mentioned above.

Some of us want a hassle-free service & with UK-based support, even if it costs considerably more :-)
plebbygiraffe19 m ago

Unlimited fibre with BT is £34.99 a month and £49.99 after 12 months. Even …Unlimited fibre with BT is £34.99 a month and £49.99 after 12 months. Even if you factor in the £125 new customer gift card you're no where close to your figure. Line rental is £16.99 on it's own...



I sign up last week to an unlimited BT infinity deal via MSEwhich works out at circa £8 a month (including line rental) when cashback / MasterCard comes through.
Crossbow16 m ago

​These ressons for me: - Friends living near me not happy with their BT s …​These ressons for me: - Friends living near me not happy with their BT service - wi-fi dropouts, etc - Difficult to engage, Indian-based support - The hassle of changing / signing-up for a new contract with another ISP A few years ago, TalkTalk offered me free basic BB for a year, which I refused for some of the reasons mentioned above. Some of us want a hassle-free service & with UK-based support, even if it costs considerably more :-)



I don’t get the whole support thing? Once your broadband is up and running why on earth would you need to contact them? In all my years of having broadband I’ve never placed a single support call

As an aside, WiFi dropouts will be caused by the router hardware - not the ISP
Thanks OP!
Many thanks, saved £120 for 2 mins surfing....
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bilbob2 m ago

Fibre


Fixed!
I did this yesterday but didn't sign up for the 12mths only got as far as thinking leaving and BT then stopped went back to my future bills and it knocked the £10 off. Thinking after reading this post I had signed up I had another go and this time got to the offer you mentioned and nope I hadn't signed up again.
Crossbow27 m ago

​These ressons for me: - Friends living near me not happy with their BT s …​These ressons for me: - Friends living near me not happy with their BT service - wi-fi dropouts, etc - Difficult to engage, Indian-based support - The hassle of changing / signing-up for a new contract with another ISP A few years ago, TalkTalk offered me free basic BB for a year, which I refused for some of the reasons mentioned above. Some of us want a hassle-free service & with UK-based support, even if it costs considerably more :-)

Absolutely 100% correct my friend.
Anyone who does this..... Can you confirm if it has any effect on your line rental. It says on there this will replace any existing fibre offer. I currently have 5 pounds off fibre but free line etc rental. Just got this last month. Obviously if I do this will save another fiver in theory but don't want to mess up the free line rental
This is a terrible offer. Talk Talk and Vodafone both offering £25 PM standard. Sky are simply robbing existing customers as always. Good deal if you like being mugged off.
I have paid no more than £35 for he past two years. Always negotiate when time is up.
Vodafone and PlusNet have been offering unlimited fibre and line rental for £25 combined. I put in my cancellation notice with Sky fibre and phone then called back on a number of occasions for an offer and finally they bettered the £25 with £20 for line rental and unlimited fibre :-) Also asked for a free next gen router (Sky Q Hub?) as I'm stuck on the single band hub 2 but they couldn't offer that on top.
Make sure they actually give you 12 months ...I did this last year and it's about to run out ... They only gave me 10 months
I pay £35 a month for fibre 80mb includes line rental
Worked for me thanks
Thanks Steelman, worked for me as well. Saved me £120.
Sky have just given myself Fibre unlimited and inclusive line rental for £25pm that was after pushing for something better than £18.99pm for line rental
Wouldn't have sky fibre for free
I pulled this stunt this time last year when my first year at half price was up, however this year I didn't have to, sky simply sent me an email stating that as a loyal customer they were freezing the price at £10 for another 12 months...
sean231 h, 47 m ago

Anyone who does this..... Can you confirm if it has any effect on your …Anyone who does this..... Can you confirm if it has any effect on your line rental. It says on there this will replace any existing fibre offer. I currently have 5 pounds off fibre but free line etc rental. Just got this last month. Obviously if I do this will save another fiver in theory but don't want to mess up the free line rental

According to the T&C's, it will remove any existing discounts on your (broadband) package.
sean232 h, 12 m ago

Anyone who does this..... Can you confirm if it has any effect on your …Anyone who does this..... Can you confirm if it has any effect on your line rental. It says on there this will replace any existing fibre offer. I currently have 5 pounds off fibre but free line etc rental. Just got this last month. Obviously if I do this will save another fiver in theory but don't want to mess up the free line rental


As laurenceharper says, it'll replace any existing offer - not merge them to give you the best of both, as you're hoping. So take whatever works out cheaper for you overall.

If you're not sure, talk it through with one of their support staff, so you're aware of all the details, prices & ramifications before making your choice.
Edited by: "Crossbow" 27th Aug 2017
I see people saying bad things about BT but i'm completely the opposite, sky is by far the worst internet provider I have ever been with. Switched to BT couple months back, no issues with wifi connectivity or internet dropping/speeds. Never had any issues with there customer service either.
Edited by: "XXXIshaqus" 27th Aug 2017
SAM_Londn3 h, 3 m ago

https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/bt-unlimited-infinity-fiber-optic-upto-52mbps-39387-term-possible-178yr-or-1490month-after-cashback-etc-2775593



So that price is relying on cashback?
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