Sky Broadband new price discounts to new customers of FTTC broadbands
One of the leading ISPs, Sky Broadband has discounted their prices to its new customers for sky broadbands and FTTC / VDSL2 based fibre broadband package is now just starting at £25 per month for the first contract terms of 18 months along with a Prepaid mastercard worth £50.
The new offers are rolled out to meet the price war happening in the industry to compete with the rivals' prices and these offers will be expected to valid till 5th July, 2018. But Sky is still having one time activation charges of upto £59.95 and on the other side offering £50 prepaid master card.
The following are their price slash offers for various plans.
Sky Broadband Unlimited
With an average download speed of 11 Mbps at a price of £22 (actual price £30) for a contract term of 18 months (thereafter £30) plus one off activation cost of £19.95.
Sky Fibre Unlimited
With an average download speed of 36 Mbps at a price of £25 (actual price £38.99) for a contract term of 18 months (thereafter £38.99) plus one off activation cost of £59.95.
Sky Fibre Max
With an average download speed of 63 Mbps at a price of £30 (actual price £43.99) for a contract term of 18 months (thereafter £43.99) plus one off activation cost of £59.95.
Sky's new customers can expect to get unlimited usage, unlimited access to wifi hotspots, 12 / 18 months contract, a wireless router (Sky Q Hub), (Sky Talk) line rental included, parental controls, nuisance call blocking, anti malware, Yahoo email and also free trial of McAfee Internet Security Suite (12 months).
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