Sky bb ULTD £18 p/m FREE £50 prepaid MasterCard sky / TcB £90 or Quidco £80 cashback
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Sky bb ULTD £18 p/m FREE £50 prepaid MasterCard sky / TcB £90 or Quidco £80 cashback

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Found 24th Jan
** UPDATE NOW £90 TCB ..... Unlimited bb, free galaxy tablet worth £129and £70 via quidco. New customers to bb only. £18pm This is my first time purchasing home bb. I have sky tv.
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Also 70gbp cashback if you keep the broadband so remember quidco.
What's the Samsung Galaxy Tab E they dishing out worth these days?
veedubjai3 m ago

What's the Samsung Galaxy Tab E they dishing out worth these days?


Rrp 129.99 am quite a penny pincher myself
With tablet and cash back if thats what you want theres alot there paid for itself 🤣
Not bad at all if both cashback and card pay out. Equivalent of £5.89 a month when you take both in to account!

Quidco mentions the card too, unlike some of the BT offers that specifically say you won't be eligible.

Shame it's for new customers as coming to the end of my last one with Sky
Edited by: "CrashOverride" 24th Jan
CrashOverride1 m ago

Not bad at all if both cashback and card pay out. £5.89 a month when you …Not bad at all if both cashback and card pay out. £5.89 a month when you take both in to account!Quidco mentions the card too, unlike some of the BT offers that specifically say you won't be eligible. Shame it's for new customers as coming to the end of my last one with Sky


Sorry dude i am tryin to help. Av no bb but already have tv. Still qualified x
CrashOverride6 m ago

Not bad at all if both cashback and card pay out. £5.89 a month when you …Not bad at all if both cashback and card pay out. £5.89 a month when you take both in to account!Quidco mentions the card too, unlike some of the BT offers that specifically say you won't be eligible. Shame it's for new customers as coming to the end of my last one with Sky


I opted for the tablet as its worth more than 50 bucks x
Edited by: "lindus" 24th Jan
lindus6 m ago

Sorry dude i am tryin to help. Av no bb but already have tv. Still …Sorry dude i am tryin to help. Av no bb but already have tv. Still qualified x


No need to be sorry at all! Glad you posted the deal, and it'll definitely help others!

No harm in trying the usual sky tricks to try and appear as a new customer if the deal is still around next month

Have had no issues with my broadband either, good speeds etc
CrashOverride2 m ago

No need to be sorry at all! Glad you posted the deal, and it'll definitely …No need to be sorry at all! Glad you posted the deal, and it'll definitely help others!No harm in trying the usual sky tricks to try and appear as a new customer if the deal is still around next month :)Have had no issues with my broadband either, good speeds etc


Thanks alot im delighted
Just cancelled bt fibre after 9 months. They put the price up by 2 quid Otherwise service was great. Tempted to go for this next. Like the 12 months contract. Or fibre with talk talk again.. Not sure.. Decision decision. I'll vote hot anyway
ZazZYo1 m ago

Just cancelled bt fibre after 9 months. They put the price up by 2 quid Just cancelled bt fibre after 9 months. They put the price up by 2 quid Otherwise service was great. Tempted to go for this next. Like the 12 months contract. Or fibre with talk talk again.. Not sure.. Decision decision. I'll vote hot anyway


Thanks i aim to help all 'stick it to the man'
33129125-xdrUA.jpgHow good it feels to help others
CrashOverride20 m ago

No need to be sorry at all! Glad you posted the deal, and it'll definitely …No need to be sorry at all! Glad you posted the deal, and it'll definitely help others!No harm in trying the usual sky tricks to try and appear as a new customer if the deal is still around next month :)Have had no issues with my broadband either, good speeds etc


I am guess the tricks are to change the address? Or take it out in your partners name? Can you still keep your land line number this way?
adamnsu17 m ago

I am guess the tricks are to change the address? Or take it out in your …I am guess the tricks are to change the address? Or take it out in your partners name? Can you still keep your land line number this way?


Nnnyyeeaahhhg slightly against the rules. But you know what they say about those...
Edited by: "lindus" 24th Jan
adamnsu7 m ago

I am guess the tricks are to change the address? Or take it out in your …I am guess the tricks are to change the address? Or take it out in your partners name? Can you still keep your land line number this way?


I think it's changing the surname, so yeah using a partners name used to work with TV but not tried it myself
Approaching the end of my current deal with sky bb, going to phone them and say look I want to stay with you if you give me the same deal as a new customer otherwise I'll have to go elsewhere and I'll probably be back in a year, has anyone tried this ? What was the response ?
Great Price
Born_6624th Jan

Approaching the end of my current deal with sky bb, going to phone them …Approaching the end of my current deal with sky bb, going to phone them and say look I want to stay with you if you give me the same deal as a new customer otherwise I'll have to go elsewhere and I'll probably be back in a year, has anyone tried this ? What was the response ?


As mentioned, take it out in a different name and you can get new customer only deals
Any TV deals my contract expires 26th Feb was on 60% off TV any help would be appreciated
Born_6624th Jan

Approaching the end of my current deal with sky bb, going to phone them …Approaching the end of my current deal with sky bb, going to phone them and say look I want to stay with you if you give me the same deal as a new customer otherwise I'll have to go elsewhere and I'll probably be back in a year, has anyone tried this ? What was the response ?


Hi, I didn't have a lot of luck with retentions with sky before my contract ended with them, and all they could offer me was a fiver off slow broadband, they didn't do anything to keep me, I decided to leave for Virgin fibre 50+ and anytime calls for £33 a month, as sky wanted £35.40 for slow broadband and anytime calls, so I'm paying less for more, but contract with virgin is ending in February so may end up going back to sky as a new customer. Not impressed with sky retentions as they used to be good and did all they could to keep me, eg free broadband, but sky seem to have gone down hill lately.
pannan28 m ago

As mentioned, take it out in a different name and you can get new customer …As mentioned, take it out in a different name and you can get new customer only deals

I think, changing name does not work. I tried last year when my sky contract was ending and there was a offer for new customer. I tried to take new connection in my partners name but it didn't work. Finally had to call up sky and I was offered different contract which was a bit higher but have to opt for it as I didn't had any other option.
JasonScotcher16 m ago

Hi, I didn't have a lot of luck with retentions with sky before my …Hi, I didn't have a lot of luck with retentions with sky before my contract ended with them, and all they could offer me was a fiver off slow broadband, they didn't do anything to keep me, I decided to leave for Virgin fibre 50+ and anytime calls for £33 a month, as sky wanted £35.40 for slow broadband and anytime calls, so I'm paying less for more, but contract with virgin is ending in February so may end up going back to sky as a new customer. Not impressed with sky retentions as they used to be good and did all they could to keep me, eg free broadband, but sky seem to have gone down hill lately.

Yup sky is not good at retention.
Tyash1 m ago

Yup sky is not good at retention.


They used to be good!, just think they are bothered with new customers only.
JasonScotcher1 m ago

They used to be good!, just think they are bothered with new customers …They used to be good!, just think they are bothered with new customers only.


Im an exsisting customer? To tv.
ZazZYo3 h, 18 m ago

Just cancelled bt fibre after 9 months. They put the price up by 2 quid Just cancelled bt fibre after 9 months. They put the price up by 2 quid Otherwise service was great. Tempted to go for this next. Like the 12 months contract. Or fibre with talk talk again.. Not sure.. Decision decision. I'll vote hot anyway


If you go through Broadband Choices then Vodafone are £20-£24/month (38MBps-76MBps) at the moment (but it's an 18 Month Contract).

SSE do 76Mbps 1 contract for £30/month (£30 setup fee), must return the router if you cancel before 12 months, (there's possibility of £50+ cashback from TCB).

I'm just in the process of cancelling Virgin so I've been looking around myself.
spruceyb5 m ago

If you go through Broadband Choices then Vodafone are £20-£24/month ( …If you go through Broadband Choices then Vodafone are £20-£24/month (38MBps-76MBps) at the moment (but it's an 18 Month Contract).SSE do 76Mbps 1 contract for £30/month (£30 setup fee), must return the router if you cancel before 12 months, (there's possibility of £50+ cashback from TCB).I'm just in the process of cancelling Virgin so I've been looking around myself.


Thanks for laying the options out. Talk talk are also doing 18month contract posted in another deal. I will have no line live as well as BT have already cancelled. Need to count activation costs as well. Don’t think it was worth cancelling BT now I think of it. I was paying 29per month.
Edited by: "ZazZYo" 24th Jan
ZazZYo22 m ago

Thanks for laying the options out. Talk talk are also doing 18month …Thanks for laying the options out. Talk talk are also doing 18month contract posted in another deal. I will have no line live as well as BT have already cancelled. Need to count activation costs as well. Don’t think it was worth cancelling BT now I think of it. I was paying 29per month.


Vodafone is £60 for a new line (equivalent £27.33/month over the 18 months)

The SSE is free for the line, just the £30 activation. More expensive but it's nice to have the flexibility of rolling month.

I may end up back with Virgin myself, I'll just get the £32 New customer offer (that they offered me over the phone) from the physical store on the same day as my internet finishes and pay the additional £20 activation fee.
spruceyb2 m ago

Vodafone is £60 for a new line (equivalent £27.33/month over the 18 m …Vodafone is £60 for a new line (equivalent £27.33/month over the 18 months)The SSE is free for the line, just the £30 activation. More expensive but it's nice to have the flexibility of rolling month.I may end up back with Virgin myself, I'll just get the £32 New customer offer (that they offered me over the phone) from the physical store on the same day as my internet finishes and pay the additional £20 activation fee.


Sky deals better i dont have an active phone line nothin. Alls incuded
lindus3 m ago

Sky deals better i dont have an active phone line nothin. Alls incuded


Not Fibre though, ADSL is pretty slow for some compared to Fibre
spruceyb9 m ago

Not Fibre though, ADSL is pretty slow for some compared to Fibre


You dont get 70 quid cash back and a tablet though?
spruceyb19 m ago

Vodafone is £60 for a new line (equivalent £27.33/month over the 18 m …Vodafone is £60 for a new line (equivalent £27.33/month over the 18 months)The SSE is free for the line, just the £30 activation. More expensive but it's nice to have the flexibility of rolling month.I may end up back with Virgin myself, I'll just get the £32 New customer offer (that they offered me over the phone) from the physical store on the same day as my internet finishes and pay the additional £20 activation fee.


Yes and also the risk of teething issues with new supplier only for few quid. Stick with virgin if ur happy. Better things in life:D

Spoke to BT they said I have until 26 to decide. They have not cancelled yet but there is a technical fault. Lol, first time so far...

I will call them tomorrow and carry on for another 9 months with my contract. With BT I like the BT open zone as well.. very useful if you’re out somewhere with no 4G. Openzone is literally everywhere.
lindus10 m ago

You dont get 70 quid cash back and a tablet though?


The equivalent Sky deal is £37/month + £60 setup. (£726 over 18 Months, -£70 & £130 = £526 over the 18 Months and that's IF the cashback pays)

The Vodafone one comes out at £492 over 18 months.

Also, the Tab E might have a RRP around £140 but it's really not worth that.
spruceyb8 m ago

The equivalent Sky deal is £37/month + £60 setup. (£726 over 18 Months, -£ …The equivalent Sky deal is £37/month + £60 setup. (£726 over 18 Months, -£70 & £130 = £526 over the 18 Months and that's IF the cashback pays)The Vodafone one comes out at £492 over 18 months. Also, the Tab E might have a RRP around £140 but it's really not worth that.


Naa mines not 700 pound dont be silly.
spruceyb9 m ago

The equivalent Sky deal is £37/month + £60 setup. (£726 over 18 Months, -£ …The equivalent Sky deal is £37/month + £60 setup. (£726 over 18 Months, -£70 & £130 = £526 over the 18 Months and that's IF the cashback pays)The Vodafone one comes out at £492 over 18 months. Also, the Tab E might have a RRP around £140 but it's really not worth that.


Maybe eqivilent to what you have now?
The sky deal i took is 18 pound per month.and no set up fee only 9.95 for the router.
Edited by: "lindus" 24th Jan
lindus4 h, 34 m ago

Im an exsisting customer? To tv.

My apologies, just speaking of my experience when I was still a sky customer 😁
JasonScotcher6 h, 49 m ago

My apologies, just speaking of my experience when I was still a sky …My apologies, just speaking of my experience when I was still a sky customer 😁


No worries x
I can't find any mention of the tablet on their site? Its either now gone or its time for my eye test again.
Chuck_Norris1 h, 10 m ago

I can't find any mention of the tablet on their site? Its either now gone …I can't find any mention of the tablet on their site? Its either now gone or its time for my eye test again.


I don't think the tablet is that great tbh chuck. It's only got 8gb memory, so you won't be able to store a load of apps on there - unless you have a memory card to expand your storage capacity on the tablet. But if you're fine with just a few apps then that's no problem, as it's a freebie after all.
If you have sky TV but new to broadband, does the TV get contracted again, suggests 18 months in T&C? Also can't see any mention of the tablet.
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