Sky Fibre deals blow to BT with new price

By Peter Chubb - Jul 10, 2015

There are several options available to consumers in the UK when it comes to who they get their broadband from, with BT and Sky being the main two. Both of these often come up with a new deal from time-to-time to outdo the other, and the latest Sky Fibre offer deals a blow to BT with its new low price.

Today’s new Sky Fibre deal sees the price go down to zero. That’s right, you will not have to pay a penny for the first year, and what makes this offer even better is that you only have to sign-up to a 12-month contract.

Sky Fibre deals blow to BT

So many people will be looking for a catch, but there is not one in this latest deal from Sky. If by the end of the 12 months you are not happy, then you are welcome to move to BT, or Virgin broadband if you are in an area that receives it. This will allow you to take advantage of whatever deal they currently have running.

Sky users would normally have to pay £10 per month for Sky Fibre, although it does come with a data limit. Unlike its Unlimited plan, you only get 25GB of monthly data, although this is more than enough for many of you that do not stream too many movies.

If you find that the data cap is not for you, then you can go for Sky Fibre Unlimited for £10 per month instead of £20.

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