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Sky TV, Netflix and Fibre Broadband bundle £40pm + 19.95 setup (18 month contract) - £739.95 Total

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Posted 15th Jan

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I thought this is a decent deal for people that already use or want to subscribe to Sky TV.

It's an 18 month contract - remember to cancel before it runs out.

It offers Sky Q receiver with the entertainment TV package, subscription to Netflix standard, as well as the superfast fibre broadband with speeds of around 70Mbps. All of this for £40 a month, which I think is good value considering that you'd have to pay £8.99 for Netflix alone while this speed broadband would set you back around £30.

There's a £19.95 set up charge if you're a new customer, but this is not payable if you're already a sky customer.

Hopefully someone will find this useful.

Oh there's a potential of getting £130 back via quidco making this deal even sweeter.
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Max_Hardwick15/01/2020 19:46

If it does come with Q then surely you get 4k let alone hd. So so tempted


No. No UHD or HD on this pack.

Believe it or not in 2020 Sky still make you pay extra for both of these. HD will set you back £5 per month (non discounted price) UHD is available when taking the Q experience (formally multiroom) for £13 per month and only offers UHD on the main box not the extra mini room boxes.

UHD content is sent to your box via a push notification when (if) it's available from the broadcast source. It doesn't automatically revert to HD when unavailable. Madness given the times in which we live.
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Decent if sky is in HD
Spacevsgravity15/01/2020 19:41

Decent if sky is in HD


If it does come with Q then surely you get 4k let alone hd.

So so tempted
Max_Hardwick15/01/2020 19:46

If it does come with Q then surely you get 4k let alone hd. So so tempted


Sky charge for HD so I asked
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Max_Hardwick15/01/2020 19:46

If it does come with Q then surely you get 4k let alone hd. So so tempted


No. No UHD or HD on this pack.

Believe it or not in 2020 Sky still make you pay extra for both of these. HD will set you back £5 per month (non discounted price) UHD is available when taking the Q experience (formally multiroom) for £13 per month and only offers UHD on the main box not the extra mini room boxes.

UHD content is sent to your box via a push notification when (if) it's available from the broadcast source. It doesn't automatically revert to HD when unavailable. Madness given the times in which we live.
I went for this then realised HD etc. was extra so called to cancel and they added kids and HD to my package for the length of the contract for free
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You said this is a decent deal for people that already use sky. Is this for existing customers too?
Scoop115/01/2020 19:56

You said this is a decent deal for people that already use sky. Is this …You said this is a decent deal for people that already use sky. Is this for existing customers too?


Yes. I phoned them up and they offered this to me less the set up fees, which is great. The downside is I couldn't get quidco cash back over the phone.
If I get this deal for a family member can anyone share the Netflix account or does it only work with the sky box
Does this price include line rental as paying £44 for everything except Netflix at moment? Can't see it on my offers
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19DembaBa1915/01/2020 20:37

If I get this deal for a family member can anyone share the Netflix …If I get this deal for a family member can anyone share the Netflix account or does it only work with the sky box


Yes. This is the £8.99 plan allowing streaming on two devices simultaneously. Can also use existing Netflix account to keep profiles and suggestions.
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deleted179453515/01/2020 20:47

Yes. This is the £8.99 plan allowing streaming on two devices …Yes. This is the £8.99 plan allowing streaming on two devices simultaneously. Can also use existing Netflix account to keep profiles and suggestions.



If I get this for a family member, can I get the £100.00 recommended for friend voucher and also £130.00 Quidco cashback
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19DembaBa1915/01/2020 20:49

If I get this for a family member, can I get the £100.00 recommended for …If I get this for a family member, can I get the £100.00 recommended for friend voucher and also £130.00 Quidco cashback


That I'm not sure on.

Depends how you open the pages and add the referral codes.

Don't you both get vouchers for recommend a friend?
Thanks op. Will try calling.
19DembaBa1915/01/2020 20:49

If I get this for a family member, can I get the £100.00 recommended for …If I get this for a family member, can I get the £100.00 recommended for friend voucher and also £130.00 Quidco cashback


it's very unlikely to get both as they are both referral offers. its one or the other and Quidco isn't guaranteed
As an existing customer, as soon as I sign in, this offer disappears. May have to try ringing them. Currently paying £56 for this broadband speed, entertainment and HD channels only. Unfortunately, agreed a new 18 month contract when the HD was on, so I guess it’ll be “computer says no”.
Does anyone know if the broadband is unlimited? Considering switching from virgin who are being (insert expletive) and won't budge on renewal
deleted179453515/01/2020 21:02

That I'm not sure on. Depends how you open the pages and add the referral …That I'm not sure on. Depends how you open the pages and add the referral codes.Don't you both get vouchers for recommend a friend?


Yes both get the vouchers but where do I put the code in to help someone and get £100.00
Now TV 66meg unlimited with £75 cashback for £24.99 / month, 18 month
contract = £20.82 / month that gives you just over €400 to get netflix and sky entertainment. Got to be a better deal.
So that's £30pm when you add Netflix, which means £12 for sky entertainment with sky Q and 1TB HDD. Not bad if someone is after sky Q with the entertainment package. Not sure if you can buy this better than this.
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19DembaBa1915/01/2020 22:55

Yes both get the vouchers but where do I put the code in to help someone …Yes both get the vouchers but where do I put the code in to help someone and get £100.00


Think it's an email referral code.
deleted179453515/01/2020 23:21

Think it's an email referral code.


Where do I put the code in for the £100 referral, shall I just go though the link or leave it as it is
It astonishes me that sky has the audacity to charge over £20 a month in 2020 for a bunch of increasingly irrelevant channels.....in SD. Oh you want them in HD? That's an extra £5 a month please. Oh you thought that included movies? Nah, that'll be another £11 per month. So that's nearly £40 a month without even sports or UHD content.
Sky are an absolute joke.
Remus8116/01/2020 16:51

It astonishes me that sky has the audacity to charge over £20 a month in …It astonishes me that sky has the audacity to charge over £20 a month in 2020 for a bunch of increasingly irrelevant channels.....in SD. Oh you want them in HD? That's an extra £5 a month please. Oh you thought that included movies? Nah, that'll be another £11 per month. So that's nearly £40 a month without even sports or UHD content. Sky are an absolute joke.


I think that's were I went wrong. I submitted a Sky deal. People are voting this down because they don't like sky or the fact that they charge extra for specific content... Completely ignoring this post.
You live and you learn
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Remus8116/01/2020 16:51

It astonishes me that sky has the audacity to charge over £20 a month in …It astonishes me that sky has the audacity to charge over £20 a month in 2020 for a bunch of increasingly irrelevant channels.....in SD. Oh you want them in HD? That's an extra £5 a month please. Oh you thought that included movies? Nah, that'll be another £11 per month. So that's nearly £40 a month without even sports or UHD content. Sky are an absolute joke.


It's crazy isn't it.

£20 for FreeSat and a handful of their own channels that pump out repeats of stuff that was on terrestrial years ago.

Currently £40 for entertainment channels only in UHD when out of tie in contract period.
deleted179453516/01/2020 23:34

It's crazy isn't it.£20 for FreeSat and a handful of their own channels …It's crazy isn't it.£20 for FreeSat and a handful of their own channels that pump out repeats of stuff that was on terrestrial years ago. Currently £40 for entertainment channels only in UHD when out of tie in contract period.


It's a shame Sky have such a stranglehold over sports broadcasting. I mean it's clear that they don't care about being particularly competitive when they are continually able to throw so much money at the Premier League, F1 and such. Nothing else really matters to them.
Thankfully I'm not that interested in football, F1 or cricket so I've never felt compelled to hand over so much of my money to Sky year after year, or sit in a pub for hours on a weekend. But fortunately for them a lot of people do, which is why they'll keep doing it.
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Remus8117/01/2020 07:32

It's a shame Sky have such a stranglehold over sports broadcasting. I mean …It's a shame Sky have such a stranglehold over sports broadcasting. I mean it's clear that they don't care about being particularly competitive when they are continually able to throw so much money at the Premier League, F1 and such. Nothing else really matters to them. Thankfully I'm not that interested in football, F1 or cricket so I've never felt compelled to hand over so much of my money to Sky year after year, or sit in a pub for hours on a weekend. But fortunately for them a lot of people do, which is why they'll keep doing it.


They consistently over value all their products and then at the same time completely Wipeout the value with the retention offers they give.

I handed notice in last April but recontracted on HD Box after a wingback offer for (£11 ents, £1 kids, boxsets and HD) with super low prices how can they expect anyone to stay and pay more?

I now have a FreeSat TV with a 1tb USB HDD ready for December when the contract ends.

In the days of catch up apps, streaming and Netflix, Prime Video & Disney+ they really have a super outdated product with a hugely restrictive format.

The fact that they seemed to be pushing NowTV harder this Christmas than they were Sky in terms of adverts and programme sponsorship on their network tells me they know people want a little stick that does it all not a dish and loads of cabling through their living room.

That's before we even touch on those who will use IPTV!
Remus8116/01/2020 16:51

It astonishes me that sky has the audacity to charge over £20 a month in …It astonishes me that sky has the audacity to charge over £20 a month in 2020 for a bunch of increasingly irrelevant channels.....in SD. Oh you want them in HD? That's an extra £5 a month please. Oh you thought that included movies? Nah, that'll be another £11 per month. So that's nearly £40 a month without even sports or UHD content. Sky are an absolute joke.


I would say £12.00 for entertainment is still a good price and £27.00 for Superfast broadband is decent with £130.00 cashback
deleted179453517/01/2020 07:39

They consistently over value all their products and then at the same time …They consistently over value all their products and then at the same time completely Wipeout the value with the retention offers they give.I handed notice in last April but recontracted on HD Box after a wingback offer for (£11 ents, £1 kids, boxsets and HD) with super low prices how can they expect anyone to stay and pay more?I now have a FreeSat TV with a 1tb USB HDD ready for December when the contract ends.In the days of catch up apps, streaming and Netflix, Prime Video & Disney+ they really have a super outdated product with a hugely restrictive format.The fact that they seemed to be pushing NowTV harder this Christmas than they were Sky in terms of adverts and programme sponsorship on their network tells me they know people want a little stick that does it all not a dish and loads of cabling through their living room.That's before we even touch on those who will use IPTV!


The Netflix deal they give you isn't it HD with streaming on 6 devices and 2 at a time for £3.00 a month
I have signed up for this deal with all trimming included but how do I watch Netflix on this
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19DembaBa1917/01/2020 07:41

The Netflix deal they give you isn't it HD with streaming on 6 devices and …The Netflix deal they give you isn't it HD with streaming on 6 devices and 2 at a time for £3.00 a month


Depends on the package you have.

Netflix Premium (4 screens and UHD content) comes when you take SkyQ experience. (£11.99 plan)

SkyQ standard package (one box no experience) is 2 screens. (£8.99 plan)
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19DembaBa1917/01/2020 07:39

I would say £12.00 for entertainment is still a good price and £27.00 for S …I would say £12.00 for entertainment is still a good price and £27.00 for Superfast broadband is decent with £130.00 cashback


£12?

How did you work that out?

What did you take? And at what cost?
deleted179453517/01/2020 07:51

£12?How did you work that out?What did you take? And at what cost?


It's actually £13 that they billed me for this, with £12 for ultimate on demand, and £17 for super fast broadband. It matters less how they divide that, it's your perception of the value of this package that matters.
If you assume fibre is worth £25, Netflix £9 this means that you're paying £8 for the entertainment package with a sky Q box.
Good value if you ask me
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sibon17/01/2020 12:16

It's actually £13 that they billed me for this, with £12 for ultimate on d …It's actually £13 that they billed me for this, with £12 for ultimate on demand, and £17 for super fast broadband. It matters less how they divide that, it's your perception of the value of this package that matters.If you assume fibre is worth £25, Netflix £9 this means that you're paying £8 for the entertainment package with a sky Q box.Good value if you ask me


And then they'll up the prices in April as they do every year. About 10% of base pack price.

Personally I think the price of each individual element does matter. That's the only way you can compare to other providers.

My BB is Virgin 100 for £25 so a little higher than Sky offer in with this.

Personally I wouldn't take my Netflix payments to Sky unless it was for the £3pm they offer after contracting. Else you are actually overpaying for the Boxsets, unless they include the 4screen UHD option.

And no HD pack? So all your Sky channels are in Standard Definition? That's a poor value service.

HD should be a given in 2020 not a chargeable add on.

You could have gone NowTV for 720p Sky channels and got their entertainment offering for around £3pm with the retention offers they give out.
deleted179453517/01/2020 07:51

£12?How did you work that out?What did you take? And at what cost?


The price for the package has gone down now. It's £12.00 for entertainment and £25.00 for broadband
deleted179453517/01/2020 12:24

And then they'll up the prices in April as they do every year. About 10% … And then they'll up the prices in April as they do every year. About 10% of base pack price.Personally I think the price of each individual element does matter. That's the only way you can compare to other providers.My BB is Virgin 100 for £25 so a little higher than Sky offer in with this.Personally I wouldn't take my Netflix payments to Sky unless it was for the £3pm they offer after contracting. Else you are actually overpaying for the Boxsets, unless they include the 4screen UHD option.And no HD pack? So all your Sky channels are in Standard Definition? That's a poor value service.HD should be a given in 2020 not a chargeable add on.You could have gone NowTV for 720p Sky channels and got their entertainment offering for around £3pm with the retention offers they give out.


With Now Tv you can't record the channels and yes it's good quality but Sky have decreased the price for broadband now to £25.00 and I already signed up yesterday for £27.00, can I do anything now
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19DembaBa1917/01/2020 12:41

With Now Tv you can't record the channels and yes it's good quality but …With Now Tv you can't record the channels and yes it's good quality but Sky have decreased the price for broadband now to £25.00 and I already signed up yesterday for £27.00, can I do anything now


No need to record. It's on there as a streaming service.

I can never find anything on Sky Channels worth watching nevermind recording.

Everything else is available on catch up.

If you're not happy with what you agreed to you have a 31 day cooling off period (only paying for services used) to decide. You may be able to secure better pricing by leaving during this time and speaking to retentions.

If it's £2 a month then they may just apply a bill credit to your account.

Beware if you've used TCB/Quidco and you make over the phone changes to your subscription it may be declined as per the T&C's of cashback.
deleted179453517/01/2020 12:49

No need to record. It's on there as a streaming service.I can never find …No need to record. It's on there as a streaming service.I can never find anything on Sky Channels worth watching nevermind recording.Everything else is available on catch up.If you're not happy with what you agreed to you have a 31 day cooling off period (only paying for services used) to decide. You may be able to secure better pricing by leaving during this time and speaking to retentions.If it's £2 a month then they may just apply a bill credit to your account.Beware if you've used TCB/Quidco and you make over the phone changes to your subscription it may be declined as per the T&C's of cashback.


Yes it's better to cancel and start again isn't it
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19DembaBa1917/01/2020 12:54

Yes it's better to cancel and start again isn't it


Depends if you think it's worth the hassle for £36?
deleted179453517/01/2020 12:54

Depends if you think it's worth the hassle for £36?


Yes it is because the price will go up in April and if the bill is £40.00 a month then it's still a lot of saving. Every penny counts
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19DembaBa1917/01/2020 13:27

Yes it is because the price will go up in April and if the bill is £40.00 …Yes it is because the price will go up in April and if the bill is £40.00 a month then it's still a lot of saving. Every penny counts


The increase is around 10% of the in contract price for the entertainment pack so likely to be £2.20 extra and again next year.

Though some contracts state only one price rise per contract period so may escape this years and only have next year's applied to the account.
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