Sky's new superfast Fibre Max package launched

Wednesday, August 17th 2016

Sky has launched a new superfast broadband package, the Sky Fibre Max. Sky is offering here what it describes as a super reliable fibre broadband deal with download speeds of up to 76 Mbps and unlimited data usage, for £25 per month, plus the Sky Line Rental, which currently costs £17.40 a month. It is available to both new and existing customers, with or without Sky TV, offered on a 12-month contact. Set up costs may apply and for the router, £9.95 has to be paid for delivery. Customers will also get Sky Broadband Shield, the online protection tool from Sky.

Sky will hereafter be not offering, with this new launch, its Sky Fibre Unlimited Pro tier, but existing users can still continue with that package. The new Fibre Max package offers remarkable download speeds for films and music and helps access by multiple devices. It also makes a great option for homes with multiple users being online simultaneously for access.

Sky's Director for Communication Products, Lyssa McGowan, said they have introduced Sky Fibre Max to offer both existing and new customers more choice to access broadband, at competitive prices. It represents the company's commitment to develop broadband and fibre offerings and fantastic customer service, the Director added.

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