Sky customers have a very limited time to get a deal on TV and broadband.

The firm has been offering a number of cost-cutting options on its plans for a number of weeks but one of these savings is about to end.

Sky’s TV and Superfast Broadband bundle is currently available for just £39 per month – saving £12.50 off the usual price.

The package includes unlimited Superfast Broadband, with free Sky Broadband Boost, plus there are over 300 television channels available via a Sky Q box.

If you want to take Sky up on this deal then you’ll need to sign up to an 18-month contract and pay a £40 set-up fee with the discount ending today.

Those that don’t want broadband have two other options which include the Home Cinema Bundle with over 1,000 movies on demand or the All-together Bundle which offers Sky Sports and Entertainment.

The Home Cinema Bundle is now £31 per month – saving £7 and the All-together Bundle costs £47 – saving £14.


The news of these offers come as Sky has just revealed a hugely vital upgrade.

Announced earlier this week, Sky says it will soon bring much better broadband service to customers with the launch of something called Ultrafast.

This upgrade will boost speeds to over 280Mbps which is considerably faster than what the firm currently offers.

Speaking about the new service Kathryn Imrie, Director of Broadband at Sky, said: “Fast and reliable broadband is an essential part of the family household today, and it’s only going to get more important in future.”

“We want our customers to be able to do even more online, on more devices, without seeing their connection lag or drop. As a Sky Broadband Ultrafast customer, you will be able to seamlessly watch an HD movie, while your partner surfs the web and your kids are gaming in their bedroom.”

Those interested can sign up for more information at Sky’s website but pricing has been released.

There’s two options with Sky Broadband Ultrafast 1 – average download speeds of 145Mbps – costing £39 a month and Ultrafast 2 – offering average download speeds of 285Mbps – priced at £49 a month.

Both plans require customers to sign up to an 18-month contract.

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