Sky+HD TV (Family Bundle), Broadband Unlimited, Talk Weekends & Line Rental - £16.40pm for 12 months @ Currys PC World (in-store)
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Sky+HD TV (Family Bundle), Broadband Unlimited, Talk Weekends & Line Rental - £16.40pm for 12 months @ Currys PC World (in-store)

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Found 22nd Jun 2015
Currys PC World have a smashing deal on a Sky package. It's not promoted anywhere online - just an in-store deal.

Essentially, you're getting the full Sky HD TV package (minus sports and movies), unlimited broadband and weekend calls all for the cost of the line rental (£16.40 per month for 12 months).

12 month minimum contract. After first 12 months, monthly bill rises to £43.50pm + £16.40pm line rental (=£59.90pm total)

TV
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Sky Family Bundle
461 channels
55 HD channels
Free Sky+HD box

Broadband
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Unlimited usage (no download cap)
Up to 17Mbps speed
Free Sky Wireless Hub (modem/router)

Phone
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Line rental
Weekend calls

*NEW CUSTOMERS ONLY. EXPIRES 25/06/2015.*

*£16.95 up-front activation charge to be paid on credit/debit card in-store*

Get it while it's hot!

132 Comments

Original Poster

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Hot baby!

Constantly shafting existing customers.

I would imagine it's in Carphone Warehouse too, this deal seems to be on every 2 weeks.

Useless broadband, fibre should be standard now. Will probably not work while 2 to 3 users streaming video and playing online.

is there any option to boost to fibre ?

What about if you're a Sky Broadband Only customer? Can you take this deal?
I was on O2 Broadband when Sky bought them out, now paying £15 a month just for ADSL - mean to switch to something better.

Officially the Telephone line rental is with BT and on my Dad's name but the Broadband is from Sky and I pay that. So could we switch everything to my dad's name for the 12 months and sort out something better next year?

Original Poster

deeinlondon

What about if you're a Sky Broadband Only customer? Can you take this … What about if you're a Sky Broadband Only customer? Can you take this deal?I was on O2 Broadband when Sky bought them out, now paying £15 a month just for ADSL - mean to switch to something better.Officially the Telephone line rental is with BT and on my Dad's name but the Broadband is from Sky and I pay that. So could we switch everything to my dad's name for the 12 months and sort out something better next year?



As far as I'm aware, you can't have had any Sky services at your property within the last 12 months to qualify as a new customer. As you're already a Sky broadband customer, you wouldn't qualify.

Original Poster

KiNG

is there any option to boost to fibre ?



Not via Currys PC World, as far as I'm aware. Although you should be able to join on the CPCW package and then call Sky to upgrade once installed? Sky Fibre is £10pm for 25GB or £20pm for unlimited.

Banned

Whilst processing this offer through the currys system it does state "should fibre be applicable on said line, an operator will discuss" or something along those lines. So I'd imagine that when sky give you the call back they will suggest alternate options
Edited by: "masterrs" 23rd Jun 2015

Mjm9691

Useless broadband, fibre should be standard now. Will probably not work … Useless broadband, fibre should be standard now. Will probably not work while 2 to 3 users streaming video and playing online.

i have it and have pc . media center ps4 and 4 tablet / phones in the household using it at the same time and its not bad

This seems a better deal then the one through quidco. I might cancel that one and go with this.

Great price. I got the same package through Hughes for £10 a month about 8 months ago. Was skeptical for a while that there must be some kind of catch but there isn't! Don't know what I will do at the end of the contract as I love it but am no way paying £40+ pm for tv and broadband.

Sky have put their prices up twice since I've been a customer though, and I think they're planning on doing it again. Fortunately the increases get pro rata'd to your package.

I got the Sky Complete Bundle from a Carphone inside Currys.
£25 pm instead of £75. All movies & Sports.
Made up very cheap

Would this work to get a second line at home as tied into Talk Talk contract for a while yet?

I'm an existing customer coming to end of my 6.75 a month deal, will have to renegotiate

kapzar

Constantly shafting existing customers.



Yep extactly! I only signed up in April and now I feel like I am getting ripped off!!

just got virgin down £16 quoting this deal and saying I'd leave. fibre broadband, TiVo, 2nd box, line rental and a fairly basic TV package. Sky broadband speeds awful in my area so snapped their hand off!

after using xbmc it is hard to justify why would someone having good broadband will pay for TV.

kapzar

Constantly shafting existing customers.




Then quit! They are a business. They aren't going to offer you a deal if you just sit and do nothing. Why would they? That would eat into profit margins etc. You wouldn't if you ran a company.

If you do nothing it implies you are happy with your deal. If you cancel you will get a better deal. They will try their best to keep you.

Im not a fan of sky but same goes for Virgin - always get better deals than new customers when my existing one ends.

sach1636

after using xbmc it is hard to justify why would someone having good … after using xbmc it is hard to justify why would someone having good broadband will pay for TV.



What's the best broadband for xmbc

On the plus side...I always cancel my Sky deals after 12 months (currently have 60% off) and let someone else in my household sign up as a new customer. Always works. Sky are not going to NO to customers!

I think I will bite.

3 days ago i signed up to the 25% offer via quidco for the original bundle, broadband unlimited, and line rental with 100 vouchers and 120 cash back.

this deal is much better as you do need to rely on cash back and vouchers.

can u cancel that with sky (its not installed until next week)? and sign up to this as a new customer?

Where's a good place to start for an idiots guide to setting up a kodi fire stick?

for me broadband speed is the most important thing, and up to 17mbps is too slow, no BT infinity in my area yet, so I have to stick with Virgin for the time being - I'm sure when BT improve their service I will swap - but until then its a no no - heat for the deal though - although why anyone would get Sky without the sports channels is beyond me!

Babbler

Then quit! They are a business. They aren't going to offer you a deal if … Then quit! They are a business. They aren't going to offer you a deal if you just sit and do nothing. Why would they? That would eat into profit margins etc. You wouldn't if you ran a company.If you do nothing it implies you are happy with your deal. If you cancel you will get a better deal. They will try their best to keep you.Im not a fan of sky but same goes for Virgin - always get better deals than new customers when my existing one ends.



Well said that man!!

I am on the phone to Sky each and every time an offer ends...and each and every time I get another offer of some sort, don't just sit and wait for them to give you something, ring them up!!

Been with them decades and honestly can't remember the last time I paid full whack!
Edited by: "impydave" 23rd Jun 2015

I just renewed my package all the channels sports , movies family bundle ect with unlimited bb and line rental and brand new second box installed £60 month, is that a good deal or a lot money ?

Jetset1981

Where's a good place to start for an idiots guide to setting up a kodi … Where's a good place to start for an idiots guide to setting up a kodi fire stick?



Search 'kodi fire stick' in a search engine and you will find web pages after web pages on how to sideload kodi.

Do I have to go to curry's?

mr-mixalot

I'm an existing customer coming to end of my 6.75 a month deal, will have … I'm an existing customer coming to end of my 6.75 a month deal, will have to renegotiate


Don't bite at the first offer. Give them a few days to sweat it out and you'll get a good deal when they think you'll actually leave. Also quoting other offers from MSE will get you a price match if you can't be bothered waiting it out.

Could you combine this with Plusnet 'broadband only' fiber since this includes BT line rental? 76Mbs unlimited is only 22 quid from Plusnet rather than 30 with sky and probably get a much better service.

Floydsters1

3 days ago i signed up to the 25% offer via quidco for the original … 3 days ago i signed up to the 25% offer via quidco for the original bundle, broadband unlimited, and line rental with 100 vouchers and 120 cash back.this deal is much better as you do need to rely on cash back and vouchers.can u cancel that with sky (its not installed until next week)? and sign up to this as a new customer?



I just done it. I said I wanted to cancel due to seeing a better offer. They just put me straight onto this package.

grizli81

I just done it. I said I wanted to cancel due to seeing a better offer. … I just done it. I said I wanted to cancel due to seeing a better offer. They just put me straight onto this package.



Actually they agree so easily. I wonder if I pushed for a cheaper line rental, if they would have agreed to it.

I just got off the phone to sky im an existing customers and i current have the family bundle tv, unlimited broadband and unlimited calls anytime. All cancellation offered me was all the same servicee for £41.20 for 10 months and then full price in month 11 and 12 or call back on month 11 to check for offers. Sky for existing customers is not the best to be honest.

grizli81

Actually they agree so easily. I wonder if I pushed for a cheaper line … Actually they agree so easily. I wonder if I pushed for a cheaper line rental, if they would have agreed to it.


Were you still in a minimum term?

for me broadband speed is the most important thing, and up to 17mbps is too slow, no BT infinity in my area yet, so I have to stick with Virgin for the time being - I'm sure when BT improve their service I will swap - but until then its a no no - heat for the deal though - although why anyone would get Sky without the sports channels is beyond me!

I took this out last time it was on offer a few months ago - I have no trouble with both me and my son playing different online games at the same time, but I do get the full 17mbps advertised most of the time. It does however drop out completely on occasion - not often enough to make me want to throw the modem against the wall, but more than it ever did on Virgin Media.

Last time this offer was on, you could add a year of Sky Sports AND Sky Movies for another £17ish a month, so probably worth asking.
Edited by: "martinjp" 23rd Jun 2015

kapzar

Constantly shafting existing customers.



This is the same for any provider, such as Virgin in my case who wanted me to pay £60/mo after my 12 months. We cancelled and got a call few days later and got it back down to £40/mo and free upgrade to tivo.

They're not going to give existing customers good deals like these when a lot of customers are willing and do pay full price.

skyla20

I just got off the phone to sky im an existing customers and i current … I just got off the phone to sky im an existing customers and i current have the family bundle tv, unlimited broadband and unlimited calls anytime. All cancellation offered me was all the same servicee for £41.20 for 10 months and then full price in month 11 and 12 or call back on month 11 to check for offers. Sky for existing customers is not the best to be honest.



You will find if you phone the cancellation department a couple of times you will be offered different deals depending on the sales person. This has happened to me with both Sky and Virgin.
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