If you do not want to pay any set up costs – then you may be interested in this latest Sky Broadband offer…
Last updated for March 2021.
Sky are offering their award winning* broadband services at a reduced monthly rate and have scrapped all the setup costs – apart from the one-off £9.95 for the secure delivery of your new router. Furthermore, included in the pricing is a free Sky WIFI Hub, line rental and optional free anytime calls with this deal. Read on…
Online Only Deals – Free Set-up & Activation – £9.95 secure router delivery fee
Sky Broadband Essential is available here online for £25 per month for 18 months – at speeds averaging 11mb – the cost then reverts to the standard rate of £27pm: Check Essential availability »
Sky Broadband Superfast is available here online for £26 per month for 18 months – at speeds averaging 59mb – the cost then reverts to the standard rate of £32pm: Check Superfast availability »
Sky Broadband Ultrafast is rolling out across the UK for £35 per month for 18 months – at speeds averaging 145mb – the cost then reverts to the standard rate of £44pm: Check Ultrafast availability »
You can also add ‘Sky Broadband Boost’ to these deals at £5 a month for 18 months. This runs for the entire term of your 18 contract. Sky Broadband Boost provides extra benefits such as daily line checks, engineer visits at weekends, more parental controls and data boosts for Sky Mobile customers due to any tech issues experienced.
Are there really no setup costs?
Currently there are no setup costs when you order here online apart from, as previously mentioned, the cost of the secure delivery of your Sky Q WIFI router. Your free activation saving up of £50.00 is automatically applied. This offer removes the next best offer price on the main Sky site for Broadband, which is currently £19.95. The only other exception in relation to costs is if you need a new landline installing. Most customers switching will already have an active landline – and Sky does not charge you to switch your line to them. However, if you are a cable customer, you may not have an active line at your home. The good news is that Sky are one of the cheapest providers when needing a new line installed, you can get a new line for just £20.
How do I know if I need a new line installing?
You simply run the availability check on your home with Sky and the system will inform you if you need a new line ‘before’ you checkout.
Why do I need a landline?
Nearly all providers in the UK run their broadband services on the OpenReach network. This is the traditional fixed line network which also handles fibre speeds up to around 80mb. Crucially, the final journey of this signal travels from your nearest telephone exchange via a fixed landline. Hence the need for a line for Sky Broadband.
Do I need to contact my current provider to switch?
If you are with TalkTalk, Plusnet, EE Home Broadband, Post Office Broadband or BT Broadband – then Sky will contact your provider and handle to whole switch. If you are a Virgin Media customer, order your Sky Broadband service and then contact Virgin to inform them of your activation date. This minimises downtime while giving your one month notice they require.
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Sky Broadband Deal – Terms and Conditions
Available to customers signing up to new 18-month minimum terms for Sky Broadband Essential (£25 pm), Sky Broadband Superfast (£26 pm), including line rental, Sky Pay As You Talk (£0 pm), optional Sky Broadband Boost (£5 pm). Standard prices apply after 18 months (currently, £27pm for Sky Broadband Essential and £32pm for Superfast. External factors such as internet congestion and home wiring can affect speed. Wi-Fi speeds vary by device and home entertainment. No traffic management policy for Sky Broadband. See sky.com for more details and our Usage Policies.
*Best performing major provider: Sky received the joint fewest complaints per 100,000 customers measured by Ofcom comparing Sky, Post Office, BT, EE, Plusnet, TalkTalk, Vodafone and Virgin Media fixed for fixed broadband only (excludes landline) in its latest Telecoms and Pay TV Complaints Report (published 23 July 2019).
For full terms please refer here