Internet users in the UK looking to switch to a new broadband deal could benefit from taking a look at the two revamped deals unveiled by Sky.
The company has made a series of changes to its broadband deals offering speeds of up to 20Mb, with savings available when customers take up the services alongside home phone offerings.
Sky is now offering its Everyday Lite deal – which includes a 2GB monthly usage allowance and a wireless router worth £50 – for no charge to TV subscribers who take the deal with Sky Talk services including free evening and weekend calls. A set-up fee of £60 applies to such customers.
Alternatively, TV customers could enjoy Sky's Unlimited deal for £7.50 a month when taking it with home phone services.
The package includes no cap on monthly usage, free evening and weekend calls, a wireless router and 24-7 technical support. People without a TV subscription can take up the deal for an extra £2.50 a month.
Sky has revealed that speeds of up to 20Mb are subject to a customer's location, particularly as the quality of connections can vary in terms of where a subscriber is based. In addition, Sky Talk or BT line rental is payable on the deals.
However, those outside of the company's network can still take up Sky's service. Its Broadband Connect platform offers speeds up to 8Mb and is available from £17 a month. Set-up costs could apply to existing Sky TV customers.
Sky also recently confirmed that customers who sign up online to take its TV packages can now get their hands on a £50 Marks & Spencer voucher. The offer is available until June 24th and is only open to those who are enabled to watch Sky TV by July 24th.