Sky Broadband & Line Rental - £124 for 1 year New Customers
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Sky Broadband & Line Rental - £124 for 1 year New Customers

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Found 19th Aug 2017
Hot Deal seen so far for BB including Line Rental
Sky Broadband Unlimited
£9.50 a month including Line Rental for 12 months
£19 BB Activation Fee
(£144 for a year)
£20 TCB possible
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Looks a good deal. We did a similar offer a while ago.
I think you might mean the 'deal' that finished yesterday on mse ?
the new one is £134
moneysavingexpert.com/pho…and
There's also EE deal on MSE , with advance line rental payment, works out £10.06 pm. +Possible cashback.
moneysavingexpert.com/pho…and
Edited by: "littel.helper" 19th Aug 2017
That seems a great price
Shame about the setup fee, MSE were running this without the setup fee recently which would have made this even better... but still a good deal nevertheless.
Would be good to have a link to the actual deal rather than the general site.
Great deal, just moved into a new house and this was too good to pass up. Heat added
Link goes to a different deal.
I class this the same as the MSE deal I got last week so you could same already posted !
This ain't fibre so it's useless for most people
MR+T5 m ago

This ain't fibre so it's useless for most people


MR+T5 m ago

This ain't fibre so it's useless for most people

True, I was going to sign up but not available in my area
Any deal for existing customers or those who have left within 12 months?
reddit22 h, 4 m ago

Would be good to have a link to the actual deal rather than the general …Would be good to have a link to the actual deal rather than the general site.

If you goto mse website and search it there, you will get then see this deal. I think due to HUKD policy you can not add third party website or comparing website links, thats why OP did not add direct link.
Could you add the speed into the title please? Makes it hard to search when there's no info about whether it's 38mb/76mb etc
Thanks
MR+T17 h, 1 m ago

This ain't fibre so it's useless for most people


ADSL is far from useless. Some people don't have fibre available. Most people don't do anything that requires more than the 17mbit that ADSL can provide. I don't even get half that anyway.

escortboy13 m ago

Could you add the speed into the title please? Makes it hard to search …Could you add the speed into the title please? Makes it hard to search when there's no info about whether it's 38mb/76mb etcThanks



If it's not fibre it's 17mbit
MR+T17 h, 10 m ago

This ain't fibre so it's useless for most people

Rediculous comment.
The fact is that fibre is completely unnecessary for most people.
Optimus_Toaster50 m ago

ADSL is far from useless. Some people don't have fibre available. Most …ADSL is far from useless. Some people don't have fibre available. Most people don't do anything that requires more than the 17mbit that ADSL can provide. I don't even get half that anyway.If it's not fibre it's 17mbit


"If it's not fibre it's 17Mb" - nonsense. ADSL2+ is UP TO 17Mb - unless you're VERY close to the exchange you'll be well under. Oh and fibre to the cabinet (FTTC) IS ADSL (asymmetrical digital). BT Openreach (usually) run fibre from the exchange to the cabinet -what speed you get for fibre broadband depends how close you are to the cabinet and how good your copper cable is.
Can an inclusive calls package be added to this deal?
MDDr18 m ago

Can an inclusive calls package be added to this deal?


Answering my own question:

Sky Talk Evenings and Weekends Extra - £4 a month
Inclusive evenings and weekends calls to UK mobiles and UK landlines, including calls to 0870 & 0845 numbers. Minimum terms apply to new Sky Line Rental customers.

Sky Talk Anytime Extra - £8 a month
Inclusive calls to UK mobiles and UK landlines, including calls to 0870 & 0845 numbers, and discounted international calls. Minimum terms apply to new Sky Line Rental customers.

Sky Talk International Extra - £12 a month
Inclusive anytime calls to UK mobiles and UK landlines, including calls to 0870 & 0845 numbers, and unlimited calls to geographic landlines in 50 destinations. Minimum terms apply to new Sky Line Rental customers.
I'm my old property my estimated speed was between 1mb to 3mb not adequate to even n.play a 4k movie and internet was always slow loading pages now I'm on 38mb such a world of difference
Nice deal. I require fibre but heat for the price
Same here. When we moved house, ADSL was only 3.8meg. Now on 38meg fibre. It's night and day.
Edited by: "GB99" 21st Aug 2017
MDDr5 h, 44 m ago

Answering my own question:Sky Talk Evenings and Weekends Extra - £4 a …Answering my own question:Sky Talk Evenings and Weekends Extra - £4 a monthInclusive evenings and weekends calls to UK mobiles and UK landlines, including calls to 0870 & 0845 numbers. Minimum terms apply to new Sky Line Rental customers.Sky Talk Anytime Extra - £8 a monthInclusive calls to UK mobiles and UK landlines, including calls to 0870 & 0845 numbers, and discounted international calls. Minimum terms apply to new Sky Line Rental customers.Sky Talk International Extra - £12 a monthInclusive anytime calls to UK mobiles and UK landlines, including calls to 0870 & 0845 numbers, and unlimited calls to geographic landlines in 50 destinations. Minimum terms apply to new Sky Line Rental customers.

on EE deal weekend calls are included without any extra cost. JFYI
littel.helper3 h, 57 m ago

on EE deal weekend calls are included without any extra cost. JFYI

And thats for 18months
MKultra11 h, 20 m ago

"If it's not fibre it's 17Mb" - nonsense. ADSL2+ is UP TO 17Mb - unless …"If it's not fibre it's 17Mb" - nonsense. ADSL2+ is UP TO 17Mb - unless you're VERY close to the exchange you'll be well under. Oh and fibre to the cabinet (FTTC) IS ADSL (asymmetrical digital). BT Openreach (usually) run fibre from the exchange to the cabinet -what speed you get for fibre broadband depends how close you are to the cabinet and how good your copper cable is.


Agreed, but we are about 1km from the exchange and get 17mbps. Fibre is available for us too but doesn't seem much point paying extra for it, it will only be around double the speed. Fibre should be a no cost option though for areas where adsl is poor (eg below 5mbps), where I used to live could just about stream iplayer and only if plugged straight into the router, it was next to useless.
My 12 month contract with sky is up this week, think they'd match this as a retention deal? Could quote the EE deal and see if they'll match?
Just looked into this.

My wife is the TV account holder so I went through sales in my name and the deal is available. Will let me buy, possibly with the £100 MasterCard claim back and possible £55 Quidco cashback.

Also possible to get the capped 25gb fire pack for £5 a month with the half price line rental making £14.50 for fibre. With £100 MasterCard and £55 CB on a 12 month contract that looks not too bad. Plus the fibre line is active at the end of contract meaning a easier to move providers after 12 months.

Now to get the Mrs to call retentions when she's home from work. Though we have just renewed TV with them at half package price for the third year so unsure if they will tolerate a cheap BB deal too. Worth a shot though!
I am not a very technical person. Would the line rental get me a telephone line as well. One people can call me on? Many thanks for the answer in adance. I am looking for a broasband/telephone deal (possibly with BT) for £20 and under.
hotukdeals.com/dea…355

Already posted, presumably they didn't get many bites due to it being down voted into oblivion.
Edited by: "bensbargains" 22nd Aug 2017
k135 h, 19 m ago

I am not a very technical person. Would the line rental get me a telephone …I am not a very technical person. Would the line rental get me a telephone line as well. One people can call me on?


Yes, "Line Rental" is the same as landline telephone line.
k135 h, 19 m ago

I am looking for a broasband/telephone deal (possibly with BT) for £20 and …I am looking for a broasband/telephone deal (possibly with BT) for £20 and under.


The deal in this thread is by Sky though (not BT). Having said that, I found no difference whatsoever between a BT & Sky supplied telephone line. They will also let you keep your original telephone number.
MKultra21st Aug

"If it's not fibre it's 17Mb" - nonsense. ADSL2+ is UP TO 17Mb - unless …"If it's not fibre it's 17Mb" - nonsense. ADSL2+ is UP TO 17Mb - unless you're VERY close to the exchange you'll be well under. Oh and fibre to the cabinet (FTTC) IS ADSL (asymmetrical digital). BT Openreach (usually) run fibre from the exchange to the cabinet -what speed you get for fibre broadband depends how close you are to the cabinet and how good your copper cable is.


Yeah that is kinda what I meant - just rubbishly worded on my end. I know all about ADSL, line attenuation and SNR cause that is all available to me.
Is this still live ???
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