Latest Sky price cuts offer 'mighty' deals on TV, broadband and Netflix


    SKY is slashing prices on TV and broadband with one ‘mighty’ deal giving customers the chance to get telly, internet and Netflix for just £43 per month. Here are all the best discounts available from Sky. If you are looking for a new broadband and TV deal then it might be worth checking out the latest offers from Sky. The satellite television firm has released a swathe of offers which include access to its popular Sky Q service along with fast internet and even boxset binges thanks to Netflix.

    There’s plenty of different bundles to choose from with prices starting from £25 for TV only or £43 per month if you want Sky’s broadband as well.

    A basic Sky Q box bundle is also included allowing you to record multiple shows at once and find content via the power of your voice. has been looking at all of the deals from Sky and here’s our pick of the best discounts available right now


    Sofa So Good • £25 per month • SEE THE DEAL
    Includes Sky Entertainment and Netflix
    18-month contract with £49 set-up fee

    Spring Into Action • £41 per month  SEE THE DEAL
    Includes all Sky Sports channels
    18-month contract with £49 set-up fee

    Sky TV, Netflix & Cinema • £36 per month  SEE THE DEAL
    Includes Sky Entertainment, Cinema and Netflix
    18-month contract with £49 set-up fee

    If that all sound like a lot a pay out or you don’t want to be tied to a long-term contract then Sky’s NOW service has also just slashed prices.

    The streaming service is currently offering its Entertainment Membership for just £4.99 which is 50 percent off the standard cost.

    This deal lasts for two months and, once your back paying the standard £10 per month price you can cancel at any time.

    NOW is also offering fast broadband for just £22 per month which includes 64Mbps download speeds.

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