Skip to main content
Jump to navigation
Sky news

Broadband provider Sky has today refreshed its broadband plus home phone and TV bundle promotion.

The internet service provider is offering a free Sky+ box to consumers taking out its Broadband and Talk package with basic subscription TV access.

With the unit, television viewers are able to perform a range of functions, including pausing, rewinding and recording live programmes.

Consumers can still access Sky TV, home phone and broadband services for under £20 a month, with the firm absorbing January's 2.5 per cent VAT rise.

Prices start from £19.50 per month, with consumers also able to sign up for a £25 registration voucher – however, the offer is to be withdrawn on February 3rd 2010.

Meanwhile, consumers who are not interested in Sky TV can take out a home phone, landline and broadband package with Sky for just £7.50 per month.

Up until February 10th, the firm is offering three months free service to customers subscribing to this deal.

Join the conversation

comments powered by Disqus

Stay up to date

  • Google+ Follow uSwitchTech
  • Subscribe to our RSS feed

Latest Comments

Search news