Sky TV, Broadband and talk deals £45 a month for 18 months (^then £68.99 a month) Line rental & Sky Talk included + £19.95 one-off cost
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Sky TV, Broadband and talk deals £45 a month for 18 months (^then £68.99 a month) Line rental & Sky Talk included + £19.95 one-off cost

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Found 9th Jul
Sky have 3 new full package deals going at great prices

**Unfortunately its for new customers only**

I already tried switching to the new offer price but wasn't allowed.
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If you're an existing customer out of contract you will get a better deal than these. I cancelled today and then spoke with the live chat team for 'cancelled in the last 12 months'.
Decided to go with Virgin, got the full house bundle for effectively £40pm with 200mb broadband. Sky wouldn’t do me a deal so I left them. 12m contract too rather than 18m.
Edited by: "TonySquared" 9th Jul
Word of warning, I switched to Sky Fibre Max from TalkTalk Faster Fibre. Sky was terrible, kept dropping out and they throttled back the speeds during peak times (I mean from 63mb to 10mb). I cancelled within the 30 day cooling off period and went back to TalkTalk. TalkTalk provide better internet but their customer service is pretty bad so I suppose it depends on what you want. Personally a reliable internet connection with decent speed is more important to me than the customer services people acting like human beings rather than robots.
Dj.CUE19 m ago

Word of warning, I switched to Sky Fibre Max from TalkTalk Faster Fibre. …Word of warning, I switched to Sky Fibre Max from TalkTalk Faster Fibre. Sky was terrible, kept dropping out and they throttled back the speeds during peak times (I mean from 63mb to 10mb). I cancelled within the 30 day cooling off period and went back to TalkTalk. TalkTalk provide better internet but their customer service is pretty bad so I suppose it depends on what you want. Personally a reliable internet connection with decent speed is more important to me than the customer services people acting like human beings rather than robots.


I've had Sky Fibre and then NowTV broadband (rebadged Sky) for over 4 years and not had any throttling at all. And I would consider myself a heavy user, both in weight and amount of data consumed!
Believe it or not a cold rating is what I was going for, the way sky treat thier loyal customers is disgusting. Nowhere did it state the deals were for "New customers" only so instead of me paying £40pm for my package I pay £78.49pm. Even more than the full price sky are quoting on thier site right now. Sky chat wasn't much help either just trying to transfer me from one team to another.
Left Sky for Freesat ages ago and never looked back.
Just left Sky and never going back.
Just a heads up for existing customers, they have two teams, the ‘loyalty team’ and the ‘cancellation’ department.

My parents comtract was up and they wanted both a deal and were interested in Sky Q multiroom. By ringing cancellation and then redialling Sky to speak with ‘loyalty’, I was able to combine two different offers on the package and Sky Q multiroom (only the hardware cost).

In addition, in the past I actually had to go forward with a cancellation before they offered 50% off, never accept tne default 10% off they always seem to give
life_in_hd13 h, 13 m ago

I've had Sky Fibre and then NowTV broadband (rebadged Sky) for over 4 …I've had Sky Fibre and then NowTV broadband (rebadged Sky) for over 4 years and not had any throttling at all. And I would consider myself a heavy user, both in weight and amount of data consumed!


I think it depends on how many other customers they have in the area. Each company only get so much bandwidth to a distribution box so have to share it with all their customers.
TonySquared22 h, 31 m ago

Decided to go with Virgin, got the full house bundle for effectively £40pm …Decided to go with Virgin, got the full house bundle for effectively £40pm with 200mb broadband. Sky wouldn’t do me a deal so I left them. 12m contract too rather than 18m.


How did you manage to get it for effectively £40pm?
AdamT932 h, 11 m ago

How did you manage to get it for effectively £40pm?


Lots of credits. £125 was the offer, plus refer a friend £50 and I will play the line rental up front

Would have been cheaper with quidco and not bothering with refer a friend, but the latter way I got guaranteed money and free engineer install. Quidco wasn’t worth the risk of not paying out.
Edited by: "TonySquared" 10th Jul
I switched to SKY on a similar offer, service has been overall great.

However, I switched with the promise of cashback in June 2017 via Quidco , 13 months on I am still waiting for the cashback.

Don't get your hopes up on the cashback, in 5 months time when I am out of contract I will take this into consideration.
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