Sky offers 12 months half-price broadband in winter sale

Wednesday, December 28th 2011
12 months half-price broadband deal launched by Sky
A year of half-price broadband is currently available from Sky.

Sky has launched a "winter broadband sale" that allows new customers to take advantage of 12 months half-price internet access.

The promotion is available to new subscribers who choose the satellite broadcaster's unlimited broadband package, along with a pay TV deal and Sky's home phone line rental, which costs £12.25 per month.

Sky Broadband Unlimited with Calls is typically priced at £7.50 per month, but is available for only £3.75 per month as part of this special offer, which will run until February 16th 2012.

Customers who take advantage of this deal can enjoy broadband, TV and calls from Sky for just £23.75 per month for the first year, plus line rental. A £25 Marks and Spencer voucher is also available in conjunction with this offer for subscribers who sign up online.

In its results for the three months to September 30th 2011, Sky revealed 2.9 million households were signed up to its various triple bundles.

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The deal has been launched shortly after Sky announced a price freeze for all of its subscribers.
The promotion offers unlimited broadband at speeds of up to 20Mbps.
New Virgin Media customers can sign up for three months of free broadband for a limited period.
The deal is available on Sky's broadband and landline bundles.