Sky gives away six months free broadband

Darren Allan

December 24, 2009

Satellite broadcast giant Sky has decided to offer people subscribing to its Sky+ or HD services online a tasty freebie – six months of free net access.

The deal is for Sky’s unlimited package, with broadband speeds of up to 20Mbps (depending on where you live) and unlimited data usage. It also includes free evening and weekend phone calls.

Both new customers and existing subscribers who already have a basic Sky box or broadband package can apply for the offer.

After the six month period is up, Sky will then charge £10 per month, the usual price of the unlimited broadband package (plus, of course, the cost of your TV package).

It’s a festive little deal though, that’s for sure. At the moment, new customers can get a free Sky+ box too (well, a £30 setup fee applies, but not the usual cost of £100 for the hardware).


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  1. ken chatwood says:

    give Sky some proper competition

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