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Welcome to the latest news on Sky Broadband deals with Sky TV. This article also includes a comparison of services and a review of frequently asked questions from online customers. Easily compare Sky Broadband available with Sky TV, or switch to Standalone Broadband without Sky TV ». Compare ‘Sky Broadband Unlimited’ and ‘Sky Fibre Broadband’ services, including all available special offers.

Order here online and automatically receive current discount and voucher deals, including free set-up, an award winning Sky Q Broadband Hub and Sky installation.

Latest news… All Sky Broadband prices now include line rental. ‘Sky Broadband Unlimited’ and ‘Sky Fibre’ services are subject to an 18 month term.

Existing Sky TV customers are also eligible for exclusive online offers, so please check here »

Sky Broadband Deals with TV

 

Sky Broadband Unlimited
Sky Fibre
Sky’s Casual Broadband
savings explained »
  • Free Sky Q Broadband Hub
  • Save £10 p/m for 18 months on broadband subscription = £180
  • Save £7 p/m for 18 months on Sky TV Entertainment subscription = £126
  • Add Sky Sports and / or Sky Cinema save up to = £144
  • £39.95 one-off TV and Broadband set-up cost
  • Total savings = £432
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    Average of 11MB Speeds & Unlimited Monthly Allowance
    Free Sky Q Broadband WIFI Hub
    £59.95 £39.95 one-off TV and Broadband set-up cost
    Sky Installation
    (by a Sky engineer)
    Now from just £52
    £35 per month for 18 months
    18 month contract
    • Add Sky Talk from £4 per month
    • Price includes line rental
    • Discount Sky TV packs applied

    Add Sky TV & customise »

    Hurry, offer ends soon!

    Sky Fibre Unlimited
    Sky Fibre Unlimited
    Super fast – Affordable – Unlimited
    savings explained »
  • Free Sky Q Broadband Hub
  • Save £8.99 p/m for 18 months on broadband subscription = £161.82
  • Save £7 p/m for 18 months on Sky TV Entertainment subscription = £126
  • Add Sky Sports and / or Sky Cinema save up to = £144
  • £39.95 one-off TV and Broadband set-up cost
  • Total savings = £431
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    Average of 36MB Speeds & Unlimited Monthly Allowance
    Free Sky Q Broadband WIFI Hub
    £59.95 £39.95 one-off TV and Broadband set-up cost
    Sky Installation
    (by a Sky engineer)
    Now from just £60.99
    £40 per month for 18 months
    18 month contract
    • Add Sky Talk from £4 per month
    • Price includes line rental
    • Discount Sky TV packs applied

    Add Sky TV & customise »

    Hurry, offer ends soon!

    Sky Fibre Max
    Sky Fibre Max
    Fibre for busy Households
    savings explained »
  • Free Sky Q Broadband Hub
  • Save £13.99 p/m for 18 months on broadband subscription = £251.82
  • Save £7 p/m for 18 months on Sky TV Entertainment subscription = £126
  • Add Sky Sports and / or Sky Cinema save up to = £144
  • £39.95 one-off TV and Broadband set-up cost
  • Total savings = £521
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    Average of 63MB Speeds & Unlimited Monthly Allowance
    Free Sky Q Broadband WIFI Hub
    £59.95 £39.95 one-off TV and Broadband set-up cost
    Sky Installation
    (by a Sky engineer)
    Now from just £65.99
    £45 per month for 18 months
    18 month contract
    • Add Sky Talk from £4 per month
    • Price includes line rental
    • Discount Sky TV packs applied

    Add Sky TV & customise »

    Hurry, offer ends soon!

    *Sky Broadband prices include line rental, which is cheaper than other leading UK ISP’s at £18.99 per month.
    Sky’s Switcher team will help you transfer your line and number to and arrange for a new line to be installed if needed.

    Tip: Choose a Sky TV Package from just £22.00 a month (*see current offers on homepage) and you can add the current Broadband offers to your order! Build your own custom Sky package, start by selecting a Sky TV offer here »

    What is Sky Fibre Broadband?

    Sky Fibre Broadband has been rolling out across the UK for the past few years and is now available to more than 80% of the population. Sky Digital’s broadband products have acquired a big uptake in customers enjoying the new super-fast cable service.

    As most of us are well aware Fibre refers to a Broadband service which is provided via a fibre optic cable, as apposed to ADSL Broadband which is provided through a traditional fixed telephone line. So it is worth noting that the ‘Sky Fibre’ Broadband service should not be confused with Sky’s ADSL (phone line) Broadband service. The coverage for this network spans the majority of the UK.

    Who would benefit from Sky Fibre Broadband?

    Households where there are a number of individuals who use the internet at the same time. If you share a connection and use the internet for streaming online content such as movies or games. Those of us who download or upload large files such as videos and trial software.

    What are the main differences between Sky’s ADSL and Fibre Broadband?

    Apart from what we have discussed above, the biggest difference between the two is the speed.

    ADSL Broadband:

    Choice of two options – Sky’s ‘Sky Broadband Unlimited‘ package offer speeds of up to 17mb. The ‘Sky Broadband Unlimited’ package is available alongside your TV package (from £20.00 a month – see current offers) or as a standalone Broadband service (from £30.00 a month – see current offers). ‘Sky Broadband Unlimited’ is truly unlimited, as Sky does not slow the service down at busy times of the day. Other UK providers do so to manage network traffic.

    Sky Fibre Broadband:

    Choice of two packages – ‘Sky Fibre Unlimited‘ or ‘Sky Fibre Unlimited Max‘ offer speeds of up to 38mb and 76mb respectively. ‘Sky Fibre’ is capped at a 25GB monthly allowance (ideal for light internet users), and is one of the UK’s cheapest Fibre broadband service. ‘Sky Fibre Unlimited’ and ‘Sky Fibre Max’ are both uncapped meaning unlimited allowance. Just as with the ADSL packages, there is no network management to slow speeds at peak times. These services are also available without Sky TV

    Are Calls included?:

    No, only Pay-As-You-Go. However, Sky talk packages start from just £4.00 per month and include free calls to UK land lines and mobiles. If you need more from your call package, then Sky offer additional call packages which are available for selection in your Sky basket. Compare Sky Talk services here »

    Do I need a land line even though Sky Fibre is a cable service?

    Yes, despite the new cable network all Sky Digital Broadband packages (both ADSL and Fibre) are only available to new and existing customers when they switch or order a new Sky land line service at a cost of £18.99 a month. As stated above, Sky now includes line rental charges with Broadband prices. If so this will be clearly stated.

    Do I need to be a Sky TV customer in order to get Sky Broadband

    No, Sky Broadband packages are also available without Sky TV. However, depending on the latest offers, there maybe a discount incentive of for Sky Broadband services when taken with a Sky TV package.

    How long is a Sky Broadband contract?

    Sky Broadband Unlimited and Sky Fibre Broadband services are subject to a 18 month contract^.

    How much does Sky Fibre cost?

    Please see the comparison chart below.
    It is worth noting that there is a £59.95 one-off set-up activation fee and router delivery charge (*see current promotions) for Sky Fibre Broadband. The ADSL ‘Sky Broadband Unlimited’ service comes with free set-up and activation, so you just pay the £9.95 router delivery charge.

    Current standard pricing per month: (*see current offers)

      Sky Broadband Unlimited: £30.00 (available with or without Sky TV)
      Sky Fibre Unlimited: £38.99 (available with or without Sky TV)
      Sky Fibre Max: £43.99 (available with or without Sky TV)

    Which Broadband Package can I get based on my location?

    You can check the availability of Sky Broadband in your area by scrolling down to “check availability” in your Sky order basket here »

    Ofcom – Speed Code of Practice

    To read all about how broadband speeds are defined, please refer to the industry’s regulator Ofcom » and their ‘Speed Code of Practice’.