Best Sky Broadband Deals For New Customers In March 2019 – From £18 A Month
Sky is offering new customers its Sky Broadband Unlimited package with Sky phone line rental included for just £18 a month (usually £28.99p/m) when they order online at the sky.com/broadbandoffer website in March 2019. An additional saving of up to £50 can also be made as the activation fee has been waived.
This is one of Sky’s best ever prices for Sky Broadband Unlimited and includes Sky Broadband Shield, Sky’s Internet Protection for all web-connected devices in the home.
The Sky Broadband Unlimited package has average download speeds of 11Mbps which Sky promise won’t be slowed down, even at peak times of the day. The Unlimited usage allowance means customers can download as much as they want with no usage caps, limits or additional charges to worry about.
The package also features Sky’s newly re-designed Sky Q Hub (its best ever wireless router), phone line rental, together with pay as you go phone calls to UK landlines and Sky Talk Shield.
Unlimited Sky WiFi access is also available at thousands of popular locations across the UK, including hotels, airports & high street coffee outlets, to name but a few.
Sky Broadband Unlimited is available on an 18 month contract and requires customers to switch their broadband, calls and line rental to Sky – which usually takes less than 2 weeks with the help of Sky’s impressive Switching Squad.
If you’re a BT, TalkTalk, EE or Plusnet customer, the Sky Switching Squad will, upon you ordering Sky Broadband online, liaise with your current provider so you don’t have to. They may also offer you a switching credit up to the value of £50 to cover any cancellation charges you may incur with your existing provider.
Want Faster Speeds? Try Sky Fibre Max
At just £27 a month, new customers can opt for Sky Fibre Max Broadband and enjoy average download speeds of 63Mbps with an unlimited monthly download usage allowance. Sky phone line rental is also included.
Perfect for box-set marathons and non-stop gaming, new customers ordering the Sky Fibre Max Unlimited Broadband package without Sky TV will currently not need to pay an activation fee, saving £50. A one-off £9.95 is required though to cover delivery of the Sky Q Hub.
It’s worth noting that in Ofcom’s most recent Telecoms & Pay TV Complaints Report, Sky received the fewest complaints compared with BT, EE, Plusnet, TalkTalk and Virgin Media fixed broadband.
Readers can find out more on the best Sky Broadband deals for new customers in March 2019 and order online at the sky.com/broadbandoffer website.