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UK: Sky Broadband Unlimited reduced to £15 per month until December 4th

For a limited time only, Sky is offering its entry-grade broadband package for just £15 per month, and they’re even throwing in a £75 prepaid Mastercard. The contract will last for 12 months and under new rules about pricing, the £15 per month cost includes both the phone line rental and internet connectivity.

While the package is advertised as offering “up to 17Mbps download speed” and a quick glance at the small print you’ll notice that speeds “vary significantly by location”, pretty usual stuff that we’d expect. Another downside with the deal is that customers will have to hand over £9.95 for the delivery of the router. The last caveat to point out from the small print is that prices “may go up during your contract”, most likely if the currency fluctuates or for some other reason out of Sky’s control.

For those of you still spending a lot of time on the landline phone, you’ll have the option to add the Sky Talk Anytime Extra option which provides you with inclusive anytime calls to UK mobiles and landlines, that will set you back an extra £8 per month.

Aside from the broadband price reduction, the company is also offering a few goodies with Sky TV Bundles. For £20 per month, you get the ‘Original & Sky Q 1TB box’ package which features 270 channels, you’ll also get a free 32” LG TV, Lenovo laptop or a £100 reward. For £32 per month, you’ll get 300+ channels and 4,500 episodes of kids’ shows with the ‘Variety & Sky Q 1TB box’ plus the free 32” LG TV, Lenovo laptop or a £150 reward. Lastly, for £50 per month, Sky offers the ‘Box Sets, Sky Q Multiscreen & Sky Q 2TB box’ where you’ll get 350+ channels, 350+ Sky Box Sets, and 4,500+ episodes of kids’ shows.

Source: ISP Review

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