Sky has unveiled new deals for its Fibre Max broadband packages that will offer customers an extra discount of ten per cent on deals with an 18-month contract.
The Sky Fibre Max deal will now cost just £27 per month for the length of the contract, down from £30 per month, after which it will revert to the standard price of £43.99 per month. This cost includes line rental and Sky Talk.
For this, users can enjoy average download speeds of 63Mbps and unlimited downloads, which should be perfect for high-definition video streaming or online gaming. Consumers also get a free Sky Q Hub wireless router (with a £9.95 delivery charge) and a £50 prepaid Mastercard as a reward for signing up.
Features such as parental controls and nuisance call blocking are included as standard, as is Sky's minimum speed guarantee, which lets users claim their money back if their broadband speed drops below a certain speed in the first 30 days of use.
Meanwhile, users can add Sky Entertainment TV to their deal for a total cost of £42 per month for the first 18 months. This will give consumers access to more than 300 TV channels, as well as three months free Spotify Premium, usually £9.99 a month.