Price rise of Sky's TV packages announced

Tuesday, March 22nd 2016

Sky UK has announced a price rise of its TV packages. Prices will go up between +£1 and £2 more per month, from the 1st of June, this year. The new price rise is already reflected on their website. Sky's Complete bundle is going up by an extra £4.25 and various Sky Q packages and upgrades very recently launched, will also cost more, by an extra +£2 per month. As such, the price rise has not affected broadband and phone services, but is expected to follow later this year.


This announcement has come just a few days after Sky announced it would be launching a new sport channel for their TV customers. The Sky Sports Max will be available to also those not having broadband on Sky, at no extra cost for Sky TV subscribers,


Meanwhile, Adrew Griffin who is both MD of Commercial Business and Group Chief Financial Officer (CFO) has been given additional responsibilities as the new group Chief Operating Officer (COO). He has been with Sky since April of 2008, holding a number of senior financial positions.


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