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Sky is offering free broadband forever in a new deal ahead of the start of the Premier League season. Free broadband forever might sound like a fantastic deal, but be warned, you'll have to spend big in order to claim it.

The deal offers free Sky Fibre Broadband, with maximum speeds of around 38Mbps and a maximum usage of 25GB a month. This would usually cost £10 a month, or £20 for unlimited downloads (though as part of another deal, Sky will offer a £10 discount on the unlimited option).

Sound good? Now for the caveats.

You'll need to maintain a subscription to Sky TV, Sky Sports (which starts at £47.50 a month), Sky Fibre, Sky Talk (up to £12 a month) and Sky Line Rental (£17.40 a month). You'll also have to pay £6.95 for the router to be delivered. Plus an activation fee of £50 for some existing Sky customers.

You'll also have to sign up for another 12 months to claim your free broadband.

If you were planning on maintaining these services anyway, it makes sense to claim free broadband. But otherwise, it seems like a lot to spend to save a tenner a month.

Source: Sky

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