Sky Unlimited Broadband 12 months @ £18.99 per month plus £9.95 router delivery. "New Customers Only" with potential £155 Quidco cashback works out to £6.90 per month.
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Sky Unlimited Broadband 12 months @ £18.99 per month plus £9.95 router delivery. "New Customers Only" with potential £155 Quidco cashback works out to £6.90 per month.

£237.83Quidco Deals
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Found 21st Jun 2017
Sky Broadband Unlimited

Save £120 with totally unlimited Sky Broadband Unlimited, offering UK average download speeds of 9Mb for £18.99 a month for 12 months when you join without Sky TV. Line rental and Sky Talk included.

£18.99 a month for 12 months Line rental and Sky Talk included + one off £9.95 router delivery fee.

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Quidco has £155 cashback for new Sky customers only. So:

£18.99*12=227.88

£227.88+£9.95(router)-£155(cashback)=

£82.83

£82.83/12=£6.90-ish per month

Been with them before and the connection is rock solid.

Based on older threads, if you already have Sky then sign up using your partner's name (or pet's name) and use another bank account for the Direct Debits. You can then change the details to your existing bank account once the new Sky contract is up and running.

Word of warning: the cost isn't fixed so Sky will likely increase the line rental cost by a few pennies during the 12 months.

~~~ Maximum home download speeds up to 17Mbps ~~~

- vassy1

QUIDCO cashback £155 relates to the complete bundle AND broadband. NOT broadband as a standalone broadband is £100 cashback IF YOU GET IT!!
- Sweetcorn12
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Having Quidco turn down cashback from Sky twice, I would vote this deal Freezing if option allowed. Quidco very good at rejecting negative feedback on their site,.
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Sweetcorn12

Having Quidco turn down cashback from Sky twice, I would vote this deal … Having Quidco turn down cashback from Sky twice, I would vote this deal Freezing if option allowed. Quidco very good at rejecting negative feedback on their site,.



Quidco lists this as an Exclusive. This should mean it's not a run of the mill pre-VAT cashback and therefore every chance it will be honored.
whw

Quidco lists this as an Exclusive. This should mean it's not a run of the … Quidco lists this as an Exclusive. This should mean it's not a run of the mill pre-VAT cashback and therefore every chance it will be honored.


Don't understand your reasoning. Exclusive is meaningless as each site guarantee to match the other sites rates. Pre Vat malarkey was a trick Quidco used to catch people out with their headline promos.
Sweetcorn12

Don't understand your reasoning. Exclusive is meaningless as each site … Don't understand your reasoning. Exclusive is meaningless as each site guarantee to match the other sites rates. Pre Vat malarkey was a trick Quidco used to catch people out with their headline promos.



​Quidco offer some lucrative deals recently but you can run into troubles with rejected cashback. Though they are helpful but cashback is still not guaranteed. With Sky there are very high chances of rejection. Sky was the only major retailer who didn't paid me.
There is a bloke in hukd saying he is quidco rep. Hopefully he answers..
Cold for Quidco. Had lot of cashback rejected including Quidco bonuses
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bikeydz

Cold for Quidco. Had lot of cashback rejected including Quidco bonuses



Cold for Quidco but hot for the cost of the Sky package? The ISP surely is a better performer than say, Origin who are charging 50% less than this without cashback but with quite a few disgruntled customers according to the two cold deals on Hukd.
For existing Sky tv customers (which for some reason Sky don't classify as new customers for broadband), I was able to negotiate Sky Fibre Unlimited for £11.01 & Sky Talk Line rental for £9.99 and no set up cost bar the £9.95 delivery, so £21 a month for 18 months.
Hopefully this helps someone trying to negotiate a deal.
I wouldn't trust quidco either. Have used them plenty in the past with no issues but during the last year I've had many problems. They did an "exclusive" offer for a Hotel Chocolat winter sleekster box where they were offering 50% cash back on the purchase price of £22.75. It tracked at £2.25, I queried this and they raised it to £9 stating the cash back is on the total cost minus VAT! Then eventually this was declined after several months, no doubt they were hoping i wouldn't check after so long. Absolute joke so ignore quidco as it shouldn't be allowed to quote them based on the number of others having similar issues.

If HUKD had any morals they would consider removing/banning Quidco from all deals
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