Sky has launched a new deal with Sky TV, Superfast Broadband and Netflix for £43 per month.
When bought separately, the TV and broadband subscriptions would usually set you back £55 per month, so that's a saving of over 20 per cent with this deal.
Altogether, it's a quick and easy way to get your entertainment and broadband subscriptions in one place, with some decent download speeds. Something we're all craving with the latest games such as Call of Duty Warzone requiring regular monstrous updates!
At least you can save a bit of time now by storing games on an external hard drive for PS5 to save needing to download them again in the future.
The contract lasts for 18 months and you'll also have to pay a set up fee. It's a little sweeter for new customers as you'll only need to pay £29.95, but for existing customers, it could be up to £68.95 depending on your current Sky subscription. That's a considerable hit that may dampen the savings a little if you're already with Sky, so definitely check the full charges once you reach the checkout.
So, what exactly do you get for your money? Let's break down all that in a bit more detail:
You'll get the simplified Sky TV Signature subscription. This combines the old Entertainment and Box Sets services, giving you access to the standard array of around 300 Sky channels as well as hundreds of TV series on demand.
It's the basic one, so anything like Sky Cinema or Sky Sports will need to be purchased separately.
Sky Superfast broadband is its standard offering with average download speeds of 59Mb/s. It's only available in fibre areas but that should be the majority of the UK by now.
Note: this is not a fibre to the premises connection. For that, you can check out the best full fibre broadband deals instead and check Sky Ultrafast or another provider.
The monthly fee includes a Netflix Basic membership which allows unlimited streams and downloads on one device.
If you choose to add Sky HD you get bumped up to Netflix Standard with HD streaming and downloads across two devices. Choose the Sky Ultra HD add-on and that goes up to four devices with access to UHD content.
Phew - that's everything!
It's not clear how long this Sky TV and broadband deal is going to be available for so definitely snap it up while you can if you're interested.
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