Sky broadband takes out Fibre Unlimited & cuts price of Fibre Max Broadband package

One of the UK’s leading ISP, Sky Broadband has announced that they are removing their FTTC based Sky Fibre (36 Mbps) Unlimited & Phone package from their list of bundles. But they continue with the packages of Standard Broadband with 11 Mbps speed and Sky Fibre Max with 63 Mbps speed.

The ISP has not declared the reasons for such removal of the plan which may not be available to new customers hereafter, but it may be a first step for bringing their new FTTP & G.fast based ultrafast broadband packages. Sky has also reduced their monthly price of Sky Fibre Max by another £3 to keep it nearer with Fibre Unlimited plan.

Sky Unlimited
With an average download speed of 11 Mbps & upload speed of 0.8 Mbps at a price of £18 per month for a contract term of 18 months (and £30 thereafter) plus £50 prepaid Mastercard and £19.95 as one-time setup fee.

Sky Fibre Max
With an average download speed of 63 Mbps & upload speed of 18 Mbps at a price of £27 per month for a contract term of 18 months (and £43.99 thereafter) plus £50 Prepaid Mastercard and £59.95 as one-time setup fee.

The above packages will cover a wireless router (Sky Q Hub for fibre), unlimited usage, unlimited access to wifi hotspots, Sky Talk line rental included, Parental controls, Anti malware, Nuisance call blocking & email.

From the feedback of certain customers who were given intimation on upgradation, Sky will be upgrading their existing customers of Sky Fibre Unlimited to Sky Fibre Max at free of charge. The ISP also confirmed that the customers situated in certain locations will be moved from Unlimited to Fibre Max plan automatically. Above all, there will not be any extra cost will be charged to the customers due to this change.

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