Sky is to raise prices for some of its broadband customers on April 1st.
Details on how many customers will be affected by the hike or how much prices will go up by have not yet been confirmed.
However, Sky is expected to start notifying broadband subscribers with more information next week.
This is the first time Sky has hiked its prices since March 1st last year.
The news comes shortly after Sky was named as the best performer in Ofcom's complaints data for July to September 2017.
According to the watchdog, Sky was the subject of just seven complaints per 100,000 customers during the third quarter of 2017.
This is well ahead of the industry average of 18 complaints per 100,000 customers during Q3, which was the same as the average recorded in the previous quarter.