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Sky phone and broadband deals, including calls & line rental, £20 pm or £27 pm (18m contracts)
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Sky phone and broadband deals, including calls & line rental, £20 pm or £27 pm (18m contracts)

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Posted 5th Jan

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

The standard deal is £20 per month, with £19.95 upfront. The Superfast (60Mb) deal is £27 per month, £9.95 upfront. 18 month contract, both with unlimited broadband, line rental and inclusive calls, day and night.

This does not appear to be available directly via their website, I went via Money Super Market, here: moneysupermarket.com/bro…age

Total cost over 18 months:

Standard: £379.95
Superfast: £495.95
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Ok, my first (posted) deal. Not sure why already received 2 cold votes. It is £20 per month, including line rental, all calls, and unlimited broadband. Sky also got voted best broadband provider in 2019. Maybe that isn't enough for some people.
poinsy05/01/2020 07:49

Ok, my first (posted) deal. Not sure why already received 2 cold votes. It …Ok, my first (posted) deal. Not sure why already received 2 cold votes. It is £20 per month, including line rental, all calls, and unlimited broadband. Sky also got voted best broadband provider in 2019. Maybe that isn't enough for some people.



Link goes to £27 a month not £20
Sky deals normally always get voted down. But to be honest, it won't stay that price, they always put prices up mid contract.
Hey don't get disheartened - you'll get voted cold for no good reason, take it on the chin. I'm guessing it's because your deals looks warm not hot. Plusnet have similar deals with cashback and no delivery. I'm voting yours hot because it includes anytime calls. Good luck poinsy.
Edited by: "Kayne" 5th Jan
niggit05/01/2020 08:29

Sky deals normally always get voted down. But to be honest, it won't stay …Sky deals normally always get voted down. But to be honest, it won't stay that price, they always put prices up mid contract.



"always put prices up"? I have been with them twice and this did not happen. Just saying.
Edited by: "Kayne" 5th Jan
Now Broadband is £2 cheaper, no upfront costs and cashback through QC or TCB aren't they? Possibly why the cold votes.
julieallen05/01/2020 08:42

Now Broadband is £2 cheaper, no upfront costs and cashback through QC or …Now Broadband is £2 cheaper, no upfront costs and cashback through QC or TCB aren't they? Possibly why the cold votes.


Agreed
I'm already on sky bb and phone and wanted to add tv but find all the deals are extortionate!... In the past you could add TV for about £10 a month for the basic package but these days it's impossible!
Kayne05/01/2020 08:33

"alwaysput prices up"? I have been with them twice and this did not …"alwaysput prices up"? I have been with them twice and this did not happen. Just saying.


Been with them 5 years and In each 18 month contact the price has gone up. Last one was 6months ago. Went up by £7 a month. £2 TV and £5 broadband.

If anyone increases the price mid contract, I believe you are free to leave and not incur any charges.
Dusty66605/01/2020 08:57

If anyone increases the price mid contract, I believe you are free to …If anyone increases the price mid contract, I believe you are free to leave and not incur any charges.


Not exactly true, it depends on whether that increase is more than the rate of either rpi% or cpi%, can't remember which one
niggit05/01/2020 08:29

Sky deals normally always get voted down. But to be honest, it won't stay …Sky deals normally always get voted down. But to be honest, it won't stay that price, they always put prices up mid contract.


It’s good if they try to increase prices above the allowed inflation rate increase as it gives the option for the customer to cancel their contract and shop around.
Hi and Welcome to HUKD... Heat for the effort of posting. 🔥
niggit05/01/2020 08:52

Been with them 5 years and In each 18 month contact the price has gone up. …Been with them 5 years and In each 18 month contact the price has gone up. Last one was 6months ago. Went up by £7 a month. £2 TV and £5 broadband.


Little tip for ya. 18 month contract, on the 17th month call them up to say you’re leaving. They’ll offer you a deal to stay. If u don’t do this they’ll continue to rise your prices.
I'm in the process of switching from sky to plusnet. Sky couldn't give me a good enough deal after the promotional 18 month period. Plusnet deal is £21.99 a month with £70 cashback.
Douglas_Birks05/01/2020 09:09

Not exactly true, it depends on whether that increase is more than the …Not exactly true, it depends on whether that increase is more than the rate of either rpi% or cpi%, can't remember which one



New rules to let you cancel contracts with no penalty when prices rise
Wednesday, October 23 2013 Anthony Hill


Ofcom is clamping down on mid-contract price hikes, so the next time your provider decides to whack up its line rental, you’ll be able to wave them goodbye and switch to a better deal elsewhere - with no pesky fees to pay…
broadbandchoices.co.uk/new…013
Very good find. Might go BT as they give the free WiFi hotspots. Problem with them is when they give a deal then renege on that deal early, none of the customer service staff seem to be able to locate the original agreement as they don’t provide physical evidence when they give a deal. Personal experience.
Thanks
£95 topcashback, not sure if it includes anytime calls though.
Edited by: "bing007" 5th Jan
just phoned sky to switch from bt broadband best offer i could get including sky tv was (£47) (£25 bb and £22 sky tv) although i've been with sky since 1992 so is for new customers only which is pants
niggit05/01/2020 08:52

Been with them 5 years and In each 18 month contact the price has gone up. …Been with them 5 years and In each 18 month contact the price has gone up. Last one was 6months ago. Went up by £7 a month. £2 TV and £5 broadband.



Oh I see. So you mean "always with you", not "always with everyone". Maybe you could edit your original post.
Edited by: "Kayne" 6th Jan
Anybody had any good deals re-subscribing to sky recently, my 12mth contact for standard BB & all calls is up soon
bbbking05/01/2020 11:46

just phoned sky to switch from bt broadband best offer i could get …just phoned sky to switch from bt broadband best offer i could get including sky tv was (£47) (£25 bb and £22 sky tv) although i've been with sky since 1992 so is for new customers only which is pants


Thanks, I've been thinking the same so I'll look elsewhere, have you tried negotiating with BT yet?
nicp0105/01/2020 12:29

Thanks, I've been thinking the same so I'll look elsewhere, have you tried …Thanks, I've been thinking the same so I'll look elsewhere, have you tried negotiating with BT yet?


bt is £29.99 + 9.99 for anytime on landline but bt tv is no good for me as i have sky+ in 6 rooms around the house.sky will pay up to £100 to leave bt which i found i have 5 months left and to leave is £64 so that's good news it's just getting a good deal out of sky for an existing so called vip customer that i'm having trouble with !!!
bbbking05/01/2020 13:39

bt is £29.99 + 9.99 for anytime on landline but bt tv is no good for me as …bt is £29.99 + 9.99 for anytime on landline but bt tv is no good for me as i have sky+ in 6 rooms around the house.sky will pay up to £100 to leave bt which i found i have 5 months left and to leave is £64 so that's good news it's just getting a good deal out of sky for an existing so called vip customer that i'm having trouble with !!!


my bt with 3 sims and 50+ is c£80 pm so I need to get it down, I'm also sky hd vip with movies is 32pcm
nicp0105/01/2020 13:47

my bt with 3 sims and 50+ is c£80 pm so I need to get it down, I'm also …my bt with 3 sims and 50+ is c£80 pm so I need to get it down, I'm also sky hd vip with movies is 32pcm


£5 one sim 4 me
Edited by: "bbbking" 5th Jan
Forgottenshopper05/01/2020 10:07

New rules to let you cancel contracts with no penalty when prices rise …New rules to let you cancel contracts with no penalty when prices rise Wednesday, October 23 2013 Anthony Hill [Image] Ofcom is clamping down on mid-contract price hikes, so the next time your provider decides to whack up its line rental, you’ll be able to wave them goodbye and switch to a better deal elsewhere - with no pesky fees to pay…https://www.broadbandchoices.co.uk/news/2013/10/cancel-mid-contract-231013


Ofcom don't say the same Ofcom

If your provider increases your monthly price beyond what you agreed when you signed up, it should:

(a) give you at least one month's notice of the price rise; and
(b) allow you to exit your contract without penalty if you choose to.

I bet you will see a section in your contract about increases and rpi unless your on a very old broadband deal
Edited by: "Douglas_Birks" 5th Jan
Bully05/01/2020 08:28

Link goes to £27 a month not £20


Correct, but when you put in your postcode and number, it shows the available options. For my parents, only the cheaper option was available, but 14Mbps is fine for them.
Kayne05/01/2020 08:31

Hey don't get disheartened - you'll get voted cold for no good reason, …Hey don't get disheartened - you'll get voted cold for no good reason, take it on the chin. I'm guessing it's because your deals looks warm not hot. Plusnet have similar deals with cashback and no delivery. I'm voting yours hot because it includes anytime calls. Good luck poinsy.


Fair points, and thanks. My parents were already with PlusNet and BT for broadband and calls respectively, and the upgrade deals weren't very good, PlusNet brought it down a couple of quid, and BT about 5 quid. This brings it down approx £22, and potentially more.
niggit05/01/2020 08:29

Sky deals normally always get voted down. But to be honest, it won't stay …Sky deals normally always get voted down. But to be honest, it won't stay that price, they always put prices up mid contract.


That is always a possibility. But, it would have to go way up to come close to the next cheapest deal. Also, in my previous experiences with their non-TV packages, the cost didn't go up during the contract.
bubz8505/01/2020 09:32

I'm in the process of switching from sky to plusnet. Sky couldn't give me …I'm in the process of switching from sky to plusnet. Sky couldn't give me a good enough deal after the promotional 18 month period. Plusnet deal is £21.99 a month with £70 cashback.


That is also a good deal. Does that include anytime inclusive calls and line rental?
Terrible broadband company, just left due to shocking speed and dropping the signal dozens of times each day. Terrible customer service too although they did allow me to leave them. Faster fibre with the post office for £8pmonth less so very happy to go!
julieallen05/01/2020 08:42

Now Broadband is £2 cheaper, no upfront costs and cashback through QC or …Now Broadband is £2 cheaper, no upfront costs and cashback through QC or TCB aren't they? Possibly why the cold votes.


I guess that depends. For my parents, they cannot get fibre, so my deal is £5 cheaper.
julieallen05/01/2020 08:42

Now Broadband is £2 cheaper, no upfront costs and cashback through QC or …Now Broadband is £2 cheaper, no upfront costs and cashback through QC or TCB aren't they? Possibly why the cold votes.


plus only 12 months compared to 18 from sky

i was happy with sky but since they can't match £25 a month that I was paying and nowtv is cheaper and basically the same company im switching
broke_with_expensivetaste05/01/2020 18:07

plus only 12 months compared to 18 from skyi was happy with sky but since …plus only 12 months compared to 18 from skyi was happy with sky but since they can't match £25 a month that I was paying and nowtv is cheaper and basically the same company im switching


For me, I prefer the 18 month contract, as will my parents. Horses for courses. Also, as the fibre deals are not available for my parents, the Sky deal is £5 cheaper than the nearest competitor.
sb187605/01/2020 17:34

Terrible broadband company, just left due to shocking speed and dropping …Terrible broadband company, just left due to shocking speed and dropping the signal dozens of times each day. Terrible customer service too although they did allow me to leave them. Faster fibre with the post office for £8pmonth less so very happy to go!


Personally, I have never had a problem with Sky. Been with them for 15 years for TV, and was previously with them for 5 years for broadband, all without problems.

Just posting for balance.
poinsy05/01/2020 17:24

That is also a good deal. Does that include anytime inclusive calls and …That is also a good deal. Does that include anytime inclusive calls and line rental?


Line rental is included, no inclusive calls but that doesn't bother me personally as I never use the landline anymore with having a mobile phone.
poinsy05/01/2020 17:39

I guess that depends. For my parents, they cannot get fibre, so my deal is …I guess that depends. For my parents, they cannot get fibre, so my deal is £5 cheaper.


I can't see it for £13 on your link?
Now BB is £18, no set up fee and £90 topcashback, 12 month contract, so total of £216 - £90 = £126 for the year Inc cashback.
Ive just signed a friend up this morning so if you can see it cheaper can you link to it please and I'll cancel and go with sky instead.
poinsy05/01/2020 18:13

For me, I prefer the 18 month contract, as will my parents. Horses for …For me, I prefer the 18 month contract, as will my parents. Horses for courses. Also, as the fibre deals are not available for my parents, the Sky deal is £5 cheaper than the nearest competitor.




are you sure?

nowtv seem to offer non fibre too?
poinsy05/01/2020 18:13

For me, I prefer the 18 month contract, as will my parents. Horses for …For me, I prefer the 18 month contract, as will my parents. Horses for courses. Also, as the fibre deals are not available for my parents, the Sky deal is £5 cheaper than the nearest competitor.


Why do you prefer the 18 month contract?
I have never known anyone prefer a longer contract!
Edited by: "julieallen" 5th Jan
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