Sky has reinstated its entry-level fibre broadband package, nearly two months after the offer was removed from sale, while also introducing a new round of discounts.
It was noted by ISPReview.co.uk that the Sky Fibre Unlimited offering, which vanished at the start of October, is now available again for new customers.
The deal, which comes with average download speeds of 36Mbps, was removed from sale when existing customers who were on the package received a free upgrade to the firm's Fibre Unlimited Max offering, which comes with a speed boost to 63Mbps.
It was suggested by the website that the removal of the cheaper fibre offer was therefore "a bit of clever marketing" to increase the focus on the faster deal.
The reversal of this move means Sky again has three packages for new broadband customers to choose from, while the provider is also offering discounts on each of these for a limited period.
As well as the fibre-based offerings, users can choose the Sky Unlimited deal, which will cost £18 a month for an 18-month contract and comes with average download speeds of 11Mbps.
The newly-reintroduced Sky Fibre Unlimited, meanwhile, will set users back £25 a month, while Sky Fibre Max will cost £30 a month. Again, both of these come with an 18-month contract
All these offers are set to last until December 6th and come with unlimited usage, a free wireless router, line rental, unlimited access to Wi-Fi hotspots from The Cloud, Sky Shield parental controls and anti-malware software.