Sky lets TV customers try broadband for free

Sky’s just launched an interesting new promotion for its TV-only customers. Existing Sky subscribers will be able to trial the provider’s broadband and TV service for three months.

Sky's just launched an interesting new promotion for its TV-onlycustomers. Existing Sky subscribers will be able to trial theprovider's broadband and TV service for three months.

Sky TV customers can take advantage of the 'try before you buy'service now. There are no commitments and you won't have to pay apenny for set-up or line rental costs. Calls will be chargedthough, so don't go crazy with the phone calls.

Sky revealed the details about the offer on their website onTuesday and confirmed that there are no obligations to continuewith the service after the three month period. In a statement, theyexplained that "if you're not happy within three months you canleave without paying a thing."

Any advance charges that may have already been taken for thethree-month period will be credited to your account or refundedbefore the end of the year.

If you're tempted to go for it, you should bear in mind that theSky Broadband Unlimited and phone package is only applicable to SkyTV customers who switch their line rental, calls and broadband toSky before 20 November, 2014.

Here's something else to watch out for - standard prices for SkyBroadband Unlimited will apply after the test period has finished.That particular package currently costs £7.50 on a monthly basiswith £16.40 line rental.

Source: ISPReview

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