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Sky Broadband and line rental £64 A YEAR - MSE OFFER
Sky Broadband and line rental £64 A YEAR - MSE OFFER

Sky Broadband and line rental £64 A YEAR - MSE OFFER

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Not as good as last years deal at £5 for the year, but not too shabby

Broadband & line rent £64 for a year after £50 credit*

£5.36/MTH EQUIV. SKY NEWBIES ONLY – 29,000 CODES

Available to: 90% of UK

Speed: Up to 17Mb

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 year's contract and the key is half-price line rental and 'free' unlimited up-to-17Mb speed broadband. Plus, we've blagged £50 bill credit, which covers up to five months' line rental.

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 during the contract (as most firms do regularly), you'll then pay half the new amount.

Unlimited broadband 'free' for 12 months. It's unlimited up-to-17Mb speed. After the 12-month contract ends, broadband's £10/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 up to five 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 £114.35 (at current prices, before calls). But, after the £50 bill credit, it's £64.35 for the year, so it's equiv £5.36/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 is the only way to pay. You won't be able to get this deal otherwise.

MISLEADING TITLE

ACTUALLY £84.35 A YEAR



- pcangeldust

278 Comments

What a myriad of nonsense and figures. Do this, do that, the line rental is this but then you get that. Then cashback makes it cheaper, but add that and minus something else.

Presumably this all adds up though and might be a good deal?

MBeeching

What a myriad of nonsense and figures. Do this, do that, the line rental … What a myriad of nonsense and figures. Do this, do that, the line rental is this but then you get that. Then cashback makes it cheaper, but add that and minus something else.Presumably this all adds up though and might be a good deal?



Haha

I'm happy with my £10 a month retention deal I got however if I was a new customer I would try and understand the deal but does seem a tad confusing but tbh cba reading it properly as I don't need it.

Original Poster

MBeeching

What a myriad of nonsense and figures. Do this, do that, the line rental … What a myriad of nonsense and figures. Do this, do that, the line rental is this but then you get that. Then cashback makes it cheaper, but add that and minus something else.Presumably this all adds up though and might be a good deal?



whats nonsense?

its as clear as day.

sign up at half price line rental, add router delivery charge, subtract £50 bill credit, and you're at £64 for the year

eset12345

sign up at half price line rental, add router delivery charge, subtract … sign up at half price line rental, add router delivery charge, subtract £50 bill credit, and you're at £64 for the year

Admittedly that's easier to digest than the shambolic cut and paste from MSE.

Edited by: "MBeeching" 17th Sep 2016

Original Poster

MBeeching

Admittedly that's easier to digest than the shambolic cut and paste … Admittedly that's easier to digest than the shambolic cut and paste from MSE.



indeed, I hate the way they explain things over there, but I guess it legally covers them.

Hot, add topcashback and it be free. Last year they paid me to use the line rental for free as I received extra £57 cashback from topcashback. I am going to sign up again, Happy I waited. Thanks for paa this Op.

allowed to use own router?

vithya

allowed to use own router?



OfCourse you are, but when you have a fault you need to use theirs so they can guide you on what to do.

Great deal... I did last year's deal...it is really simple and can't complain at the price

shame they can't do it for fibre broadband tho.

opaninkofi

Hot, add topcashback and it be free. Last year they paid me to use the … Hot, add topcashback and it be free. Last year they paid me to use the line rental for free as I received extra £57 cashback from topcashback. I am going to sign up again, Happy I waited. Thanks for paa this Op.



​unlikely you'll get Topcashback too but you can try and manipulate the url and see if it works.

I signed up a couple of weeks ago and hit £65 from TCB and £100 pre paid master card from sky which worked out about £10 cheapercheaper than this.

I bought this in June, I'll probably upgrade to fibre soon as even though I get 12mbs I have 5 devices running on it including now TV

How do you get TCB when going through MSE link?

Just switched to this deal from EE. Fab price and now get 17mb instead of 6mb. Fab deal!

squizzawizza

Just switched to this deal from EE. Fab price and now get 17mb instead of … Just switched to this deal from EE. Fab price and now get 17mb instead of 6mb. Fab deal!


Really? We always get the same speed whichever up to 17mbsnsupplier we go for because of the distance to the exchange.

We got the sky mse deal last year for about 4 quid total to pay over 12 months so this looks like an increase...plus of course this year we need to go elsewhere to be a new customer unless anyone knows otherwise?

We like to see the breakdown of the deal with all the cashbacks and vouchers etc, thanks to original poster

MBeeching

What a myriad of nonsense and figures. Do this, do that, the line rental … What a myriad of nonsense and figures. Do this, do that, the line rental is this but then you get that. Then cashback makes it cheaper, but add that and minus something else.Presumably this all adds up though and might be a good deal?


Go back to school.

squizzawizza

Just switched to this deal from EE. Fab price and now get 17mb instead of … Just switched to this deal from EE. Fab price and now get 17mb instead of 6mb. Fab deal!



​I've just switched from EE, was getting below 4mb, hoping sky will be a bit faster

They reduced the speeds to 17mbit from 20mbit?

There are a handful of deals on here at present. Anyone able to sift out the best deal from them all as I am looking to move from Virgin as the price is going silly. TV/ BB/ Line Rental req
No comments please from those who have nothing better to do

It says there is a 10GB limit on the MSE page?

Cannot be existing sky TV customers....

do not get sky broadband. they are the worst broadband provider in the uk. i used to work for them. i wouldnt waste my money on their broadband service

acbalfour

do not get sky broadband. they are the worst broadband provider in the … do not get sky broadband. they are the worst broadband provider in the uk. i used to work for them. i wouldnt waste my money on their broadband service


Wouldn't touch SKY anyway - a Murdoch outfit, stuff that.

cold - new customers only

Sogaaddict

Wouldn't touch SKY anyway - a Murdoch outfit, stuff that.



​murdoch has nothing to do with them anymore

jools19

​I've just switched from EE, was getting below 4mb, hoping sky will be a b … ​I've just switched from EE, was getting below 4mb, hoping sky will be a bit faster



​I wouldn't bank on it. I'm on the 'up to 17 meg' but only get 3.8 with sky. I'm giving fibre a go this time.

Can I get this if I already had the Sky Deal last time for £5? if yes how?

MBeeching

What a myriad of nonsense and figures. Do this, do that, the line rental … What a myriad of nonsense and figures. Do this, do that, the line rental is this but then you get that. Then cashback makes it cheaper, but add that and minus something else.Presumably this all adds up though and might be a good deal?



​I take it you live a simple life in a wooden hut in the middle of a forest, catching your own food, and making your own clothes from the hares you eat, did you find a phone perhaps dropped by a passing hiker? And miracles of miracles you managed to figure out how to use it and post your comment, if you do read this reply before the battery runs out, just throw the phone in the nearest river and forget about all this complicated stuff and stick to the simple life

cold

2016 not 2004 we want 200mb

neinneinnein

Can I get this if I already had the Sky Deal last time for £5? if yes how?



This is for new sky customers only, you have to be away from sky TV and phone for 6 months to qualify as a new customer. ​

ashmac

cold 2016 not 2004 we want 200mb



​You should move to York

hotukdeals.com/dea…913

I switched from talktalk to sky on last years offer. Talktalk were an absolute nightmare to contact/ deal with. My maximum speed was 16mb. Sky have been great to deal with and my maximum speed is now 19mb, so clearly not limited to 17mb.

Interesting
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Thanks OP. Hot deal

"Speed Up To 17MB", hmmmm......for me the reality is 2mb.......I'll stick with Virgin though they do take the p**s with their pricing.

MR1123

OfCourse you are, but when you have a fault you need to use theirs so … OfCourse you are, but when you have a fault you need to use theirs so they can guide you on what to do.



are sure you can? they don't even supply a broadband username and password to use in a different router?

When people have inputted their details and claimed the offer, do you get the code showing on the screen with a message stating that it will also be emailed? im inputting info but no confirmation that my details have been accepted or anything.

MR1123

OfCourse you are, but when you have a fault you need to use theirs so … OfCourse you are, but when you have a fault you need to use theirs so they can guide you on what to do.


Yes though not necessarily straightforward. Login details used to be hidden in the Sky supplied router, is this no longer the case?
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