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Sky Broadband/Fibre £100 M&S voucher & £50 MasterCard 12m £22/£19.95 setup (£283.95 - £150 = £133.95) @ VC
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Sky Broadband/Fibre £100 M&S voucher & £50 MasterCard 12m £22/£19.95 setup (£283.95 - £150 = £133.95) @ VC

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Posted 3rd Jul 2018
Fibre also available for £25pm, £59.95 set up fee, with £150 incentives back not as good as Broadband but if high speed is needed £25 a month with £150 vouchers back is awesome without cashback risk
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Title says 12m however all the contracts on the link are 18 months! and rise from £22 to £30 p/m and from £25 to £38.99 p/m after 18 months. Worth noting.

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No mention of the m and s voucher ?
Good deal but I think personally I'd rather go through Quidco for £85 cash rather than the M&S voucher
americanonpurpose03/07/2018 13:35

Good deal but I think personally I'd rather go through Quidco for £85 cash …Good deal but I think personally I'd rather go through Quidco for £85 cash rather than the M&S voucher


You takes your chances you get paid or you take your vouchers knowing you GOT paid, horses for courses isn’t it.

have they increased the monthly price from £18 to £22?
chigger113 m ago

have they increased the monthly price from £18 to £22?


Yeah, it’s usually £25 or full price is £28.99 (£30 from June 2018).

At least £150 vouchers more than covers it, I would join in this deal but I’m on £10 retention deal already
Edited by: "seaniboy" 3rd Jul 2018
Now TV still better offer at least for those who need new phone line /connection, which is free and you get unlimited calls as well.
pablomalin2 m ago

Now TV still better offer at least for those who need new phone line …Now TV still better offer at least for those who need new phone line /connection, which is free and you get unlimited calls as well.


If you actually plug in a phone to the broadband “line” lol which many don’t, why I posted, paying more for free calls when you don’t use then is pointless (although I personally do pay Sky £2 for Anytime Extra as a choice incase I do need to use them, I wouldn’t pay £8 that’s for sure!)
seaniboy03/07/2018 13:40

You takes your chances you get paid or you take your vouchers knowing you …You takes your chances you get paid or you take your vouchers knowing you GOT paid, horses for courses isn’t it.


Well the tracking will be the same for Vouchercodes as it is for Quidco, so if you get the vouchers, you'll get paid. Anyway, what I meant was personally I'd rather take £85 cash and spend that where I wanted to rather than being locked to M&S to spend the money.
americanonpurpose03/07/2018 14:24

Well the tracking will be the same for Vouchercodes as it is for Quidco, …Well the tracking will be the same for Vouchercodes as it is for Quidco, so if you get the vouchers, you'll get paid. Anyway, what I meant was personally I'd rather take £85 cash and spend that where I wanted to rather than being locked to M&S to spend the money.


Tracking is one thing, getting paid cash is the other...obviously they didn’t pay £100 per £100 of M&S vouchers, bulk buying costs a good whack less when M&S knows it’s moving a minimum X amount of stock at bulk purchase rates.

I use M&S so it wouldn’t bother me, but yeah others may like cash, but with cash comes higher risk of refusal than a voucher payout who’s face value isn’t what VC paid for it. Risk - gamble on cash or take the vouchers.
I am already on sky contract for broadband paying 18 a month....any Hukd smart idea to shift to tthis
Don't know what you are on about. Now TV throws new line installation and calls for free. Less cashback but it could worth checking. I'm talking about fibre, not sure about standard broadband though.
Would have preferred they offered Amazon vouchers instead of M&S ones.
Goal1 h, 47 m ago

I am already on sky contract for broadband paying 18 a month....any Hukd …I am already on sky contract for broadband paying 18 a month....any Hukd smart idea to shift to tthis


Should be able to transfer line/new account to a partners name, or a (16+) child name, flatmate etc etc
Goal1 h, 49 m ago

I am already on sky contract for broadband paying 18 a month....any Hukd …I am already on sky contract for broadband paying 18 a month....any Hukd smart idea to shift to tthis



Should be able to transfer line/new account to a partners name, or a (16+) child name, flatmate etc etc
pablomalin1 h, 41 m ago

Don't know what you are on about. Now TV throws new line installation and …Don't know what you are on about. Now TV throws new line installation and calls for free. Less cashback but it could worth checking. I'm talking about fibre, not sure about standard broadband though.


Yup, but this is for Broadband or those who report Now Broadband isnt on par with Sky in numerous ways on this board who want cheap Fibre. Most people have a active line for broadband already and a mobile for calls - sign of the time$, whatever is cheaper, but also solid.
Excellent price.
seaniboy03/07/2018 14:33

Tracking is one thing, getting paid cash is the other...obviously they …Tracking is one thing, getting paid cash is the other...obviously they didn’t pay £100 per £100 of M&S vouchers, bulk buying costs a good whack less when M&S knows it’s moving a minimum X amount of stock at bulk purchase rates. I use M&S so it wouldn’t bother me, but yeah others may like cash, but with cash comes higher risk of refusal than a voucher payout who’s face value isn’t what VC paid for it. Risk - gamble on cash or take the vouchers.


Sorry I'm still not getting it?! The only 'risk' with not getting the cash is the exact 'risk' of not getting the vouchers, that it doesn't track. So the risk is identical. If it doesn't track for either you put a claim in and hope it is honoured, same process for both. The only difference here is if you want slightly less cash or a voucher.
americanonpurpose03/07/2018 19:13

Sorry I'm still not getting it?! The only 'risk' with not getting the cash …Sorry I'm still not getting it?! The only 'risk' with not getting the cash is the exact 'risk' of not getting the vouchers, that it doesn't track. So the risk is identical. If it doesn't track for either you put a claim in and hope it is honoured, same process for both. The only difference here is if you want slightly less cash or a voucher.


Cash transactions are more likely to be dismissed, the true value of a voucher isn’t that displayed to the purchaser only the recipient. Less chance of ‘cash-back’ declined in non cash transactions at latter stages after tracking.
My Sky contract has expired, standard broadband, whats the price i should be paying to stay with them?
seaniboy03/07/2018 20:18

Cash transactions are more likely to be dismissed, the true value of a …Cash transactions are more likely to be dismissed, the true value of a voucher isn’t that displayed to the purchaser only the recipient. Less chance of ‘cash-back’ declined in non cash transactions at latter stages after tracking.


I totally disagree
sadact0603/07/2018 21:42

My Sky contract has expired, standard broadband, whats the price i should …My Sky contract has expired, standard broadband, whats the price i should be paying to stay with them?


Post office and talk talk are £17 p/m with no set up costs also 12 month contracts uswitch.com/bro…wcB
thomasleep03/07/2018 23:45

Post office and talk talk are £17 p/m with no set up costs also 12 month …Post office and talk talk are £17 p/m with no set up costs also 12 month contracts https://www.uswitch.com/broadband/packages/?gclid=Cj0KCQjwvezZBRDkARIsADKQyPlv26Bai3WvARwcwDoI0UKsytsTYVRfJk3-JIwxsUSoNIMVy1BpQtgaAu1TEALw_wcB


Post Office are Talk Talk. £18 for 18 months
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theregister.co.uk/201…17/

'£59.95 one-off cost' whoa there....that's me out for the fibre. I have a router already and object to £60! I'll go for the now broadband!
sicklysweet04/07/2018 00:13

'£59.95 one-off cost' whoa there....that's me out for the fibre. I have a …'£59.95 one-off cost' whoa there....that's me out for the fibre. I have a router already and object to £60! I'll go for the now broadband!


Well Fibre is the better deal on Now
seaniboy04/07/2018 00:14

Well Fibre is the better deal on Now


Now sadly say they won’t provide it on my line
Hi guys, anyone know how far ahead I can get a switch over date?. I have about 6/7 weeks left on my current EE home broadband contract. I would like to get this deal and avoid cancellation fees. Will this be possible?.
Any help much appreciated 😃
sicklysweet04/07/2018 06:47

Now sadly say they won’t provide it on my line


Bar stewards, ruining your fun - are you on Fibre already ?
Edited by: "seaniboy" 4th Jul 2018
johnnywishbone2 h, 40 m ago

Hi guys, anyone know how far ahead I can get a switch over date?. I have …Hi guys, anyone know how far ahead I can get a switch over date?. I have about 6/7 weeks left on my current EE home broadband contract. I would like to get this deal and avoid cancellation fees. Will this be possible?. Any help much appreciated 😃


johnnywishbone2 h, 40 m ago

Hi guys, anyone know how far ahead I can get a switch over date?. I have …Hi guys, anyone know how far ahead I can get a switch over date?. I have about 6/7 weeks left on my current EE home broadband contract. I would like to get this deal and avoid cancellation fees. Will this be possible?. Any help much appreciated 😃



Used to be able to select & change dates on Sky during and after the order process online - or call them and tell them the date you wanted transfer after the online order.
seaniboy04/07/2018 09:32

Bar stewards, ruining your fun - are you on Fibre already ?


I know!

Yep, all fibred-up around here. My speed check came in at 30mbps as well so the speed is good.
sicklysweet04/07/2018 10:37

I know!Yep, all fibred-up around here. My speed check came in at 30mbps as …I know!Yep, all fibred-up around here. My speed check came in at 30mbps as well so the speed is good.


Very strange as it’s a port not a new Fibre connection (which may not have available space at the exchange). Raise a complaint.
seaniboy04/07/2018 11:20

Very strange as it’s a port not a new Fibre connection (which may not have …Very strange as it’s a port not a new Fibre connection (which may not have available space at the exchange). Raise a complaint.


That's a good idea actually, I'll contact Now broadband. I'd also be adding the anytime calls package, so their bundle would be ideal for me.
sicklysweet04/07/2018 11:29

That's a good idea actually, I'll contact Now broadband. I'd also be …That's a good idea actually, I'll contact Now broadband. I'd also be adding the anytime calls package, so their bundle would be ideal for me.


“NOW TV is a trading name of Sky UK Limited and Sky UK Limited has responsibility for all NOW TV representatives complying with the Code. Our designated person responsible for ensuring both ourselves and our Agents observe the Code is:

Alastair Hosie
Operational Compliance Manager,
Carnegie Campus,
Dunfermline, Fife KY11 8GH
Telephone: 01383 814 000
Email: ARHosie.Compliance@nowtv.com
seaniboy04/07/2018 11:56

“NOW TV is a trading name of Sky UK Limited and Sky UK Limited has r …“NOW TV is a trading name of Sky UK Limited and Sky UK Limited has responsibility for all NOW TV representatives complying with the Code. Our designated person responsible for ensuring both ourselves and our Agents observe the Code is:Alastair HosieOperational Compliance Manager,Carnegie Campus,Dunfermline, Fife KY11 8GHTelephone: 01383 814 000Email: ARHosie.Compliance@nowtv.com“


You’re amazing!

Thank you so much, I really do appreciate that a lot, it’s incredibly helpful.
sicklysweet6 m ago

You’re amazing!Thank you so much, I really do appreciate that a lot, it’s i …You’re amazing!Thank you so much, I really do appreciate that a lot, it’s incredibly helpful.


No worries, handy if the support staff are as hopeless as said on here when you try submit a complaint, a named complaints compliance contact is always a good thing to have
seaniboy04/07/2018 00:05

Post Office are Talk Talk. £18 for 18 months [Image] …Post Office are Talk Talk. £18 for 18 months [Image] https://www.theregister.co.uk/2018/01/19/talktalk_post_office_vodafone_most_complaints_july_september_2017/


the link I put clearly states £17pm for 12m no idea what you are looking at and considering you are on vodafone and that link lists them as awful, well you work it out
thomasleep04/07/2018 12:44

the link I put clearly states £17pm for 12m no idea what you are looking …the link I put clearly states £17pm for 12m no idea what you are looking at and considering you are on vodafone and that link lists them as awful, well you work it out


Went to the page I posted when I went via your link ?, awful ? where ?
Work it out ? Ok - Unlimiteds/30GB/Vodafone Passes £7pm, Sky Broadband & Anytime Extra £12pm as my main providers...
Now YOU work out why I'm with both of them...

seaniboy04/07/2018 16:54

Went to the page I posted when I went via your link ?, awful ? where ? …Went to the page I posted when I went via your link ?, awful ? where ? Work it out ? Ok - Unlimiteds/30GB/Vodafone Passes £7pm, Sky Broadband & Anytime Extra £12pm as my main providers...Now YOU work out why I'm with both of them...


quote from your link "TalkTalk, Post Office and Vodafone were the most-complained-about telecoms service providers in the UK between July and September 2017, according to an Ofcom report released today."
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