Sky Multiscreen deals

Sky Multiscreen Offers – Multiroom Setup with discount subscription and extra Sky Q Box

We review the latest Sky Multiscreen deals for new customers this October 2021.

Sky Multiscreen deals Previously known as Multiroom – Sky Multiscreen remains a popular choice for those customers requiring access to their Sky TV subscription in more than one room. Sky Multiscreen is the latest reincarnation of Sky’s award winning satellite TV service which is now based on the Sky Q platform. While the Sky Go app can also offer a solution for watching your Sky TV subscription on-the-move or in more than one room – Multiscreen offers extras such as hardware in the form of the ‘Sky Q Mini box’ which also doubles-up as a WIFI booster.

Sky are offering Sky TV with Multiscreen deal for just £36 a month here online (normally £46pm). Add Netflix to your basket completely free for 18 months here online – ignore the £5 p/m cost listed in your Sky basket, select Ultimate On demand pack (Netflix) and the price will not increase.
There’s a one-off set-up cost from £20 or from £29.95 if you add Sky Broadband. Customise your deal »

For more than 30 years Sky have been at the forefront in entertainment on-the-box. Although this much wrestled crown has been dented somewhat with the arrival of online streaming services – Sky arguably remain the main choice when it comes to the all round premium TV service in the UK. Part of this success can be attributed to Sky Multiscreen and the way Sky have adapted their services, not least by offering access to the likes of Netflix, Amazon and BT Sports as apps direct on the Sky Q box.

Sky Multiscreen is available as an add-on pack to Sky TV Entertainment, which also includes Sky Box Sets, premium channels, catch-up TV, on-demand and access to Freeview. Join Sky with all these services from just £36 a month. You can personalise your package by adding various extra Sky TV packs while in your basket.

You can also add Sky’s current broadband deal for just £16 a month extra to your package and save £126.00. Discounts are applied only after you have selected the services you require. Ignore the listed prices in the Sky basket, as some of them are not reflective of all current offers when selected or combined. A little confusing yes! But it’s worth choosing the packs and keeping an your ‘package summary’ for the true monthly cost after discounts are applied.

What do I get with Sky Multiscreen?

Sky Multiscreen comes with Sky Entertainment (aka Signature) and over 500 Box Sets. Also included are over 100 premium channels not available on freeview, including Sky One, Sky Atlantic, Sky Living, FOX, Discovery Channel, History, National Geographic and MTV. Plus the latest additions in the form of Sky History, Documentaries and Nature.

What about other packs like Netflix and Sky Kids?

You can add Netflix to Sky Multiscreen on a rolling 31-day contract. This short-term contract is the same for Sky Kids, Disney, the HD & Ultra HD pack and BT Sport. However, all these extra bolt-on packs run alongside Sky TV and Multiscreen services which are both subject to a 18 month contract.

How about HD channels on Multiscreen?

This all depends on your chosen TV packs. There’s 22 free-to-air HD channels included with Sky’s basic Entertainment pack (also known as Sky Signature). If you want to transform a further 40+ channels from standard definition to HD, then you need to add the HD pack for £7 extra a month. Ultra HD pack does just that – for an extra £11 a month. Sky Sports or Sky Cinema now come in HD as standard, so there’s no need to upgrade to the HD pack if that is all that you require.

Can you get Sky Sports and Cinema with Multiscreen?

As with all Sky TV packs, Sky Sports and Sky Cinema are available as add-on’s. Both of these packs are subject to a 18 month contract. Check your Sky basket as a new customer for today’s offers. Add Sports or Cinema »

Does Multiscreen come with Sky Q?

Sky Q is now the standard platform for all Sky services. With Sky Multiscreen you receive the latest Sky Q box, Sky Q mini box and if you order a Sky Broadband service – a Sky Q WIFI hub.

How much are the set-up costs?

Sky installation and set-up costs* are as follows:

Sky TV

  • Sky Q box – £20.00 set-up
  • Sky Q box + 1st additional box £20 extra set-up with Sky Multiscreen = £20.00 total set-up + extra £15.00 a month* on your subscription (*see current offers)
  • Total Sky TV with Multiscreen subscription = From £36.00 a month (normally £46pm)
  • *Depending on services taken – Set-up fees: from £20 for new and existing customers.

Up to 4 additional boxes can connected (first extra Q box included). These extra Sky Q boxes can only be ordered after your initial Multiscreen order.

Sky Multiscreen with Sky Broadband

  • Set-up costs to add Sky Broadband to Multiscreen can be as little as £9.95 extra. (refer to our current promotions on-site).

How long is the contract for Sky Multiscreen?

18 month is the only option and this runs alongside the Sky Entertainment package which is also subject to a 18 month contract.

How long is the contract for Sky Broadband?

18 months for all Sky Broadband and Fibre Services.

Sky Multiscreen and Sky Broadband Deals

We feature two of the most popular packages which can be personalised:

    Sky TV + Multiscreen + Box Sets + Netflix
    with Broadband Essential

  • Average 11mb Speeds
  • Truly Unlimited Usage
  • TV & Broadband set-up cost from £29.95
  • Add required services to your basket to build this package
  • £52.00 a month
  • 18 month contract
    Limited time offer
    Sky TV + Multiscreen + Box Sets + Netflix
    with Superfast Fibre Broadband

  • Average 59mb Speeds
  • Truly Unlimited Usage
  • TV & Broadband set-up cost from £29.95
  • Add required services to your basket to build this package
  • £52.00 a month
  • 18 month contract
    Limited time offer

*One-off set-up cost from £49.95 depending on new/existing customer and also services required
One Sky Q offer per UK household.
Sky Ultrafast Broadband services are now rolling out across the UK. Check availability by selecting a deal above and proceeding to the postcode speed checker.

Summary

Sky are just about hanging on to their crown as the premium TV service for around the home. While Virgin Media and BT have made great strides in recent years – and new streaming services offer some beneifts – Sky remain top of the list for the Multiroom experience.

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