Sky Broadband customers may no longer receive free UK weekend calls alongside their Sky Line Rental, reports have suggested.
According to ISPreview, the feature has been replaced by a number of new paid plans.
They include Sky Pay as You Talk (Line Rental), which does not include inclusive calls, instead charging calls via Sky's pay-as you-go rates at £16.40 a month plus line rental.
There's the Sky Talk Evenings and Weekends Extra plan, which comes with inclusive calls to UK mobiles and landline numbers at evenings and weekends, including 0870 and 0845 numbers, at £4 a month.
Sky Talk Anytime Extra has unlimited anytime inclusive calls to UK mobile and UK landline numbers, including 0870 and 0845 numbers, and rates of 2p per minute to 22 popular international destinations, all for £8 a month.
Alternatively, for £12 a month, customers can get the Sky Talk International Extra plan, which offers unlimited calls to 50 international destinations.
The decision by Sky comes off the back of a move to raise its standard unlimited broadband package to £10 a month.