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Sky Q - renewing customer, 2TB box with everything (incl 4k UHD sky sports / multi-room), 18 month contract - £62 pm / Term £1116
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Sky Q - renewing customer, 2TB box with everything (incl 4k UHD sky sports / multi-room), 18 month contract - £62 pm / Term £1116

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Posted 25th Jun 2018

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Just called to "cancel" Sky Q package, currently paying £62 for 2TB box with everything (Multi room (4K), sky sports, cinema, kids, box sets). After a hard hussle, the customer sales team was only willing to offer same price for everything, for 18 month contract - all in £62 (over the phone deal).

Let me know what you think and if you have better prices as renewing customer - 4k package with everything..... my sense is that it is going to get cold in here :-) although I am in cooling off period so happy to chase a lower price if one exists.

New customers are managed differently so please don't share new customer prices (I originally got this package @ £58 as new customer, then price hikes to £62).

[FYI this excludes BT sport.]
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Why do people post these retention deals? You get offered, what you get offered. In my experience, you can quote different deals that other people got all day long to sky/virgin/EE/Vodafone etc etc and they just tell you that there's nothing they can do, you've already been offered the best deal they can do.
Pointless.
£1100+ for Sky per year...
Broken Britain..
Chiptivo25/06/2018 16:14

£1100+ for Sky per year... Broken Britain..


12 x £62 isn't £1100+ per year
Chiptivo25/06/2018 16:14

£1100+ for Sky per year... Broken Britain..


Don't feel too bad, Sky won't be around in 20 years time.

It's a relic, being kept afloat by sports and that's it. I don't know anyone under the age of 40 that has it.
Edited by: "TwentyTwo" 25th Jun 2018
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Mine is £31 with sports no movies.
This includes broadband and line rental?
Got offered £72.99 all above inc broadband
TV only - I am lucky enough to have Hyperoptic is my flat so get 150mb (actuals - up and down) for £25pm (no line rental needed).
Edited by: "hrking2000" 25th Jun 2018
£1100+ for Sky per year...
Broken Britain..
Why do people post these retention deals? You get offered, what you get offered. In my experience, you can quote different deals that other people got all day long to sky/virgin/EE/Vodafone etc etc and they just tell you that there's nothing they can do, you've already been offered the best deal they can do.
Pointless.
Chiptivo25/06/2018 16:14

£1100+ for Sky per year... Broken Britain..


12 x £62 isn't £1100+ per year
Chiptivo25/06/2018 16:14

£1100+ for Sky per year... Broken Britain..


Don't feel too bad, Sky won't be around in 20 years time.

It's a relic, being kept afloat by sports and that's it. I don't know anyone under the age of 40 that has it.
Edited by: "TwentyTwo" 25th Jun 2018
furiousjammin5 m ago

Why do people post these retention deals? You get offered, what you get …Why do people post these retention deals? You get offered, what you get offered. In my experience, you can quote different deals that other people got all day long to sky/virgin/EE/Vodafone etc etc and they just tell you that there's nothing they can do, you've already been offered the best deal they can do.Pointless.


Especially when they are awful retention' deals'!!!
I can remember when we used to moan about the price of the colour tv licence going up !! .how things have changed.
NIgelK25/06/2018 16:19

12 x £62 isn't £1100+ per year


That’s because it’s 18 x £62
currently paying £33 for 2TB box + HD + Multi room (no sports or Movies). Can go online & upgrade to sports + Cinema for an extra £25 month (£58)

I guess the HD subscription includes 4K? Although not a lot of 4K content at the moment.
NIgelK25/06/2018 16:19

12 x £62 isn't £1100+ per year


£1116 is over 18 months, 12 months is £744.

I never added this, I think moderators added this.
Edited by: "hrking2000" 25th Jun 2018
I hate sky Q. The mini box is dreadful. Would be so much better if they let you have 2 full Q boxes instead of mini' s. I ended up having to have my mini box wired to the main box for it to work. Even now it still has the occasional issue.
Bepto3 m ago

currently paying £33 for 2TB box + HD + Multi room (no sports or Movies). …currently paying £33 for 2TB box + HD + Multi room (no sports or Movies). Can go online & upgrade to sports + Cinema for an extra £25 month (£58)I guess the HD subscription includes 4K? Although not a lot of 4K content at the moment.


Weirdly, to switch "on" 4k you need the "multi-room" subscription (silly labelling IMO for people who just want 4k and not multi-room), which you have so you should be able to get 4k box sets on demand....
bob6445 m ago

That’s because it’s 18 x £62


Im aware that's the case. The post I was quoting obviously wasn't.
hrking20004 m ago

£1116 is over 18 months, 12 months is £744.I never added this, I think m …£1116 is over 18 months, 12 months is £744.I never added this, I think moderators added this.


Yes I know. The post I was quoting obviously didn't know.
TwentyTwo11 m ago

Don't feel too bad, Sky won't be around in 20 years time.It's a relic, …Don't feel too bad, Sky won't be around in 20 years time.It's a relic, being kept afloat by sports and that's it. I don't know anyone under the age of 40 that has it.


Hi.
I have nearly the same package (minus kids tv) with Q 2tb &1 Q mini at £44pm
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You know you're doing it wrong when you have a 65" LG 4K TV and the sky subscription costs more than the TV, and it's 95% garbage anyway.
Retention deals should be banned. They are stupid.

As per this deal, I pay less for SKy Q multi-room so cold deal anyway
Mine is 53 without movies and sports. Ive got multiroom and boxsets.
My retention deal is 75% off everything.

I pay £22.37 a month for all channels including HD..

However don’t have multiroom, as not enough 4K content to justify.
TwentyTwo25/06/2018 16:21

Don't feel too bad, Sky won't be around in 20 years time.It's a relic, …Don't feel too bad, Sky won't be around in 20 years time.It's a relic, being kept afloat by sports and that's it. I don't know anyone under the age of 40 that has it.


I'm 30 and I have SKY Q 2TB with every channel for £35 a month.
Dont care for IPTV, I'd rather watch my sports in 4K.
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phewcharyztik25/06/2018 17:13

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£39 for all the channels in HD and then £12 for multi room. £51 per month for 12 months with Sky Q 2TB and Sky Q Mini
Brrrrr.......... Cold in here.......
phewcharyztik25/06/2018 17:16

£39 for all the channels in HD and then £12 for multi room. £51 per month f …£39 for all the channels in HD and then £12 for multi room. £51 per month for 12 months with Sky Q 2TB and Sky Q Mini


Interesting - does it come out the same if you select 2TB Sky Q box and multi-room, share the screen shot.

New customer or renewing?
Free lube included? Your getting f#cked
Leedavis198725/06/2018 17:10

I'm 30 and I have SKY Q 2TB with every channel for £35 a month. Dont care …I'm 30 and I have SKY Q 2TB with every channel for £35 a month. Dont care for IPTV, I'd rather watch my sports in 4K.


Like HD is really poor picture quality.... You must have world class vision to notice the difference
No,
Wirralbargains774 m ago

Like HD is really poor picture quality.... You must have world class …Like HD is really poor picture quality.... You must have world class vision to notice the difference


I said I'd rather watch my sports in 4K at a higher refresh rate. Why wouldn't anyone want that?
Very poor deal. I get 2tb + mini q plus sky sport and movies for £36.00
TwentyTwo25/06/2018 16:21

Don't feel too bad, Sky won't be around in 20 years time.It's a relic, …Don't feel too bad, Sky won't be around in 20 years time.It's a relic, being kept afloat by sports and that's it. I don't know anyone under the age of 40 that has it.


Rather silly, sweeping statements. Sky Q is not perfect but it's a lot better than the alternatives for those who are prepared to pay a premium for a system that works smoothly (most of the time).
Paying £46 for 2TB and Mini with full sports/movies/boxsets etc. Have offered a further 18 months at £55 per month. Might do it but dunno, think £55 is max it’s worth so may stay another 18 then renew as a new customer under the Mrs name.
I pay £67 for the full monty inc broadband phone etc i never seen to watch anything on tv anymore dont know why i signed up again.
Anything beats Virgin Media and their phantom monthly price rises. Im now with sky for 18months for £35 for all channels (excluding multiroom/4K). Not bad but runs out in September, not sure what options will be on the table then
stantier212 h, 11 m ago

how did you get that?


Just put my cancellation notice in and waited about 2 weeks and got a letter offering all that. Annoyingly, my sister and my cousin cancelled about a week or 2 after me and they got even better deals. £11 a month instead of £15 for Entertainment.
hrking200016 h, 41 m ago

Interesting - does it come out the same if you select 2TB Sky Q box and …Interesting - does it come out the same if you select 2TB Sky Q box and multi-room, share the screen shot. New customer or renewing?


I’ve already got the 2TB box and multi room with 1 Q Mini. Got it last year when I cancelled and then renewed with the discount. So yes, it’s the same price. That’s what I’ve got. It was actually cheaper last year when I did it, it’s only gone up £2.70 per month though.
chrisstu12 h, 54 m ago

Rather silly, sweeping statements. Sky Q is not perfect but it's a lot …Rather silly, sweeping statements. Sky Q is not perfect but it's a lot better than the alternatives for those who are prepared to pay a premium for a system that works smoothly (most of the time).


Just a general observation from me, back in the 90's everyone wanted Sky.

Completely changed now, I know a ton of people who have replaced Sky with something like Netflix. The only case I can argue for Sky is their sports packages. I'm not really sure that many have Sky for their TV shows and movies.
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