From Thursday 12 June, Sky is introducing its best ever Sky Broadband offers for Sky TV customers with Sky Sports.
The offer gives totally unlimited broadband free for two years or superfast and super unlimited Fibre for just £10 a month for 12 months.
The offers launch a brand new Sky Sports channel, Sky Sports 5 – a new dedicated home for European football launching UEFA EURO 2016 qualifiers, UEFA Champions League, La Liga, in August featuring Copa del Rey and Coppa Italia for Sky Sports viewers, plus a host of other European football programming including Revista De La Liga and Champions League Weekly.
These exclusive offers are available to customers as they activate the new Sky Sports 5 channel, which will be included as part of their Sky Sports package.
Sky TV customers with Sky Sports – whether existing customers or taking Sky Sports for the first time – get Sky Broadband Unlimited free for 2 years when they take Sky line rental and activate Sky Sports 5, saving £330 compared to taking on BT’s equivalent broadband package over the same time period.
Sky Broadband Unlimited comes with no usage limits, no extra download charges and Sky never slows you down, even at peak times.
Sky TV customers with Sky Sports can alternatively choose superfast and super unlimited Fibre – available for £10 a month for 12 months (£20 thereafter).
Sky Fibre Unlimited is totally unlimited with no usage limits and speeds of up to 38Mb to allow unlimited gameplay, movie marathons and non-stop playlists all at the same time – perfect for busy households and for rental properties.
Existing Sky Broadband customers who take Sky TV with Sky Sports can also benefit from the new offers when they activate Sky Sports 5 – it’s not just available to those who are new to Sky Broadband.
All Sky Broadband Unlimited and Sky Fibre Unlimited customers also get Sky WiFi at no extra cost, with unlimited access to thousands of high street locations. Plus they get access to new Sky Broadband Shield – the internet protection tool that lets customers filter which websites can be seen in the home – at no extra cost.
Please note: the offer is available when taken with line rental (£15.40 a month) and Sky Talk Weekends in Sky Network/selected fibre areas only.
Visit sky.com/2years free for full terms.
Sky TV Sky Sports customers will be able to register for Sky Sports 5 from 12 June via red button, online at Sky.com/2yearsfree and by calling Sky. The channel is included as part of the Sky Sports subscription. Availability on other TV platforms will be confirmed closer to launch.
How Sky and BT compare
Sports fans with Sky TV looking to take their broadband, talk and line rental services with Sky will get a cheaper price with Sky whether they want unlimited DSL broadband or unlimited Fibre.
A customer who has Sky TV with Sky Sports can save up to £330 over 2 years on their DSL broadband by taking Sky’s unlimited broadband offer compared to BT. If they choose to take Sky Fibre Unlimited they can save up to £150 over 12 months.