Sky Broadband only £6.92/month + £20 upfront with TCB & reward card works out at only £83.04 for 12months
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Sky Broadband only £6.92/month + £20 upfront with TCB & reward card works out at only £83.04 for 12months

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Found 22nd Jul 2017
Sky broadband is currently £19/month for 12 months with £20 upfront charge. Teamed up with £90 cashback from TCB and £75 pre-paid reward card it works out at a staggering low £6.92/month! or £83 over the course of the year
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Existing customers?
I think its for new customers?
Very good price if you don't need fibre.
sisqoboy2

Existing customers?


I was looking for the best broadband and TV package but the cheapest I can get a TV package is £25/month. My TV can record anyway so might aswell go with £7/month broadband and just record on the TV rather than waste another £17 a month just to get a Virgin (or any other) TV box. PS I am open to suggestions of good TV & broadband deals if you can find any that are good.
Edited by: "amurray88" 22nd Jul 2017
amurray88

I was looking for the best broadband and TV package but the cheapest I … I was looking for the best broadband and TV package but the cheapest I can get a TV package is £25/month. My TV can record anyway so might aswell go with £7/month broadband and just record on the TV rather than waste another £17 a month just to get a Virgin (or any other) TV box. PS I am open to suggestions of good TV & broadband deals if you can find any that are good.


There isn't ATM just had to recontract with plusnet!
sisqoboy2

Existing customers?



Sky Digital TV & Broadband - New Customers Cashback Exclusive
Watch great TV shows and stay connected with Sky Digital TV & Broadband. Watch Sky Sports and films in HD and 3D and earn cashback rewards.
Up to £90.00
Is there a minimum time you have to have not been with sky to get this deal, eg I left 11 months ago would I be allegeable of do you have to wait like 12 month minimum?
michaeljb

Is there a minimum time you have to have not been with sky to get this … Is there a minimum time you have to have not been with sky to get this deal, eg I left 11 months ago would I be allegeable of do you have to wait like 12 month minimum?



It's 12 months with Sky to be classed as a new customer.
I got it for £3.75 for 10 months when I threatened to leave
Any clue how long this is likely to be up for? Not sure I can get this deal for the next couple days...
MAdam98

Any clue how long this is likely to be up for? Not sure I can get this … Any clue how long this is likely to be up for? Not sure I can get this deal for the next couple days...



Ends on 27/7
My BT fibre deal is ending soon, seriously considering going back to standard BB at these prices.
Thanks OP
This is a great deal... THANX. Anyone aware of any codes or discounts for SKY TV in conunction with this? I keep hearing whipsers of 75% off and things but the most I have ever been offered is 50% off..;;
Is it fast enough for, for example, 2 people living in a flat? No gaming, probably a fair bit of video streaming via YouTube. And then just general internet surfing.
Until a couple months ago I would've said good deal, but Sky Broadband got crap and their 'helpline' is far from satisfactory. Careful what you're getting as you could be stuck with it for a year with no guarantee that your 'clinching the deal' speed will remain that speed and not be halved irregardless of where you are from the exchange etc.

Good price, but might be you pay for what you get - if you're lucky.
Excuse my ignorance but what is TCB? Cant find the 90 cash back anywhere?...
Download speed only 3-8mb in my area bit useless...still hot deal for some, thanks op. Some heat!
Edited by: "sharon6553" 23rd Jul 2017
RussnJo

Excuse my ignorance but what is TCB? Cant find the 90 cash back … Excuse my ignorance but what is TCB? Cant find the 90 cash back anywhere?...


topcashback.co.uk
I was about to sign up for this but 3-6mb at my add! Any recomendations for fibre deals?
When I'm about the place the order I get: BB Activation Fee\x09£10, Broadband Hardware Delivery Charge £9.95, Phone Line Transfer\x09£20.\x09
Total one off cost: £30 + £9.95

Why is the activation fee not £20 for me?

Many thanks
Same here £30 so how much does that work out to be a month now including the £30? £8 a month?
karlie88

It's 12 months with Sky to be classed as a new customer.



not true, you just simply make a new email and switch to your partners name. bam = new customer, do this EVERY year works a treat, you don't need to wait 12 months
n1ttygr1tty

not true, you just simply make a new email and switch to your partners … not true, you just simply make a new email and switch to your partners name. bam = new customer, do this EVERY year works a treat, you don't need to wait 12 months

So it is true
Can you also get any referral bonuses on top of this?
A daft question guys...I am not with sky broadband and phone for the past 2 years but I still use sky TV. Will I be considered as a new customer for this deal?
Cheers
RussnJo

Excuse my ignorance but what is TCB? Cant find the 90 cash back … Excuse my ignorance but what is TCB? Cant find the 90 cash back anywhere?...



Top cash back. Make an account on their site, find the link to sky cash back, wait for the email saying it tracked and then buy it and you should get it
Anyone know if retentions will match this price or similar?
I have just managed to get out of a BT contract for free (lucky me they screwed up my home moving which enabled me to do that). Anyway, I am looking for a new ISP and this looks tempting. I was ideally wanting fibre, but I can't find any reasonable deals atm (I would prefer a 12-month contract opposed to an 18-month contract and only decent deal is with BT which I can't take because I have just left them).

Anyway, do you think this would be suitable for a person living on their own, using broadband for browsing and streaming videos, perhaps occasionally for an online game of fifa (but I do not game much these days due to lack of time). I know it probably depends on distance to exchange, but is there any way to actually check where the closest exchange is or to check real life speed I can expect with this broadband?

Any help would be much appreciated.
Cheers:)
Elbandito

I have just managed to get out of a BT contract for free (lucky me they … I have just managed to get out of a BT contract for free (lucky me they screwed up my home moving which enabled me to do that). Anyway, I am looking for a new ISP and this looks tempting. I was ideally wanting fibre, but I can't find any reasonable deals atm (I would prefer a 12-month contract opposed to an 18-month contract and only decent deal is with BT which I can't take because I have just left them). Anyway, do you think this would be suitable for a person living on their own, using broadband for browsing and streaming videos, perhaps occasionally for an online game of fifa (but I do not game much these days due to lack of time). I know it probably depends on distance to exchange, but is there any way to actually check where the closest exchange is or to check real life speed I can expect with this broadband?Any help would be much appreciated.Cheers:)


You can use these websites to find your exchange
availability.samknows.com/bro…rch
And this telecom-tariffs.co.uk/cod…htm
Elbandito4 h, 45 m ago

I have just managed to get out of a BT contract for free (lucky me they …I have just managed to get out of a BT contract for free (lucky me they screwed up my home moving which enabled me to do that). Anyway, I am looking for a new ISP and this looks tempting. I was ideally wanting fibre, but I can't find any reasonable deals atm (I would prefer a 12-month contract opposed to an 18-month contract and only decent deal is with BT which I can't take because I have just left them). Anyway, do you think this would be suitable for a person living on their own, using broadband for browsing and streaming videos, perhaps occasionally for an online game of fifa (but I do not game much these days due to lack of time). I know it probably depends on distance to exchange, but is there any way to actually check where the closest exchange is or to check real life speed I can expect with this broadband?Any help would be much appreciated.Cheers:)




I went from Virgin cable to adsl and I get about 16mbps download and 1mbps up with a ping of about 11. It really depends on how close you are to the exchange etc... go on this website and enable speed test results,

maps.thinkbroadband.com

hopefully you will see some sky adsl speeds near you. There is no guarantee but you need around 4mbps to stream 1080p video, personally I wouldn't go below about 8mbps but it depends what you want it for. When I signed up to sky they said I should get 11mbps or above so I went for it and its been fine. For this price it's well worth a shot if they can give you a decent speed estimate.
n1ttygr1tty23rd Jul

not true, you just simply make a new email and switch to your partners …not true, you just simply make a new email and switch to your partners name. bam = new customer, do this EVERY year works a treat, you don't need to wait 12 months


When you do this do you cancel the old one first and give 30 days notice then just apply with a new name? cheers.
kkthomask

A daft question guys...I am not with sky broadband and phone for the past … A daft question guys...I am not with sky broadband and phone for the past 2 years but I still use sky TV. Will I be considered as a new customer for this deal? Cheers



You may be eligible for upgrade offers instead: £80 for broadband - topcashback.co.uk/sky…es/

However I think that the broadband costs £28.99, I do not think that there is a £75 MasterCard and I'm not sure if the free evening and weekend calls are included. I can't check because I do not have Sky TV.
zxin

You can use these websites to find your … You can use these websites to find your exchangehttps://availability.samknows.com/broadband/exchange_searchAnd this https://www.telecom-tariffs.co.uk/codelook.htm



bazray

I went from Virgin cable to adsl and I get about 16mbps download and … I went from Virgin cable to adsl and I get about 16mbps download and 1mbps up with a ping of about 11. It really depends on how close you are to the exchange etc... go on this website and enable speed test results,http://maps.thinkbroadband.comhopefully you will see some sky adsl speeds near you. There is no guarantee but you need around 4mbps to stream 1080p video, personally I wouldn't go below about 8mbps but it depends what you want it for. When I signed up to sky they said I should get 11mbps or above so I went for it and its been fine. For this price it's well worth a shot if they can give you a decent speed estimate.



Thanks for these! Apparently there's an exchange 0.8 miles away from where I live so I reckon the signal should be pretty solid. There a sky record 2 streets further away and it shows 8.9 download and 0.5 upload. Should that be enough for a single person, 3-4 devices connected wirelessly at once, web browsing, media streaming (YouTube, netflix, etc), occasional online game of fifa, or an odd torrent? Many thanks for help!

Edit: sky reports estimates 8.0-15.7 Mbps, think I'll give it a try
Edited by: "Elbandito" 25th Jul 2017
Elbandito4 m ago

Thanks for these! Apparently there's an exchange 0.8 miles away from where …Thanks for these! Apparently there's an exchange 0.8 miles away from where I live so I reckon the signal should be pretty solid. There a sky record 2 streets further away and it shows 8.9 download and 0.5 upload. Should that be enough for a single person, 3-4 devices connected wirelessly at once, web browsing, media streaming (YouTube, netflix, etc), occasional online game of fifa, or an odd torrent? Many thanks for help!


No probs, hope it works out for you
Cheers OP. Just what i needed and also includes free evening and weekend calls! TCB tracked at 90pounds and 75pound prepaid card - with the one off 30pound fee coming to 7.75 per month happy with that!
Just gone to sign up to this as left 12 months ago to move to plusnet. Filled in all my details and it says I'm already a BB customer! Found my login details from last year and logged in.

"Good evening Gavin" Your BB bill is due 27/07/17...

It seems they never closed my account last year! They have just set the bill to £0! Thats 11 bills of £0.

So I cant sign up for the offer now.

Need to find a cheap deal elsewhere now.
Any idea when this offer expires?
Hi I followed your advice for joining top cash back for the Sky Broadband, and I was wondering:
1) When does the 90 pounds come into my account?
2) Why has it automatically added me as a "plus" account, and should I downgrade to the classic, will I still get the same offer? (Why should I give them 5 pounds a year)
3) Again I'm not sure if I did it right, I signed up, then I clicked directly on the "Getcashback" part of the website, other than the redirection to the sky link, I felt like the website didn't know that I was applying for cashback, so did I do it right?
Kind regards
Hi I followed your advice for joining top cash back for the Sky Broadband, and I was wondering:
1) When does the 90 pounds come into my account?
2) Why has it automatically added me as a "plus" account, and should I downgrade to the classic, will I still get the same offer? (Why should I give them 5 pounds a year)
3) Again I'm not sure if I did it right, I signed up, then I clicked directly on the "Getcashback" part of the website, other than the redirection to the sky link, I felt like the website didn't know that I was applying for cashback, so did I do it right?
Kind regards
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