Free Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 For New Sky Subscribers – Offer Ends 28-11-13

November 26, 2013 · Filed Under Broadband, Sky Broadband · Comment 

Great news, Sky TV have a fantastic offer on right now. New subscribers who sign up for a 12 month Sky Contract for a package of between £21.50 to £57 per month will receive a free Samsung Galaxy Tab worth £159 from Sky.

This deal is available for people who sign up online before midnight 28th November 2013. Hurry though this deal is subject to availability and it goes without saying a brand new tablet is a big incentive for people to sign up so you better head over to Sky today. The deal excludes existing Sky subscribers unfortunately but the good news is if you are a new subscriber you could end up with a free GALAXY tab.

How to Get This deal

  • Subscribe to Sky TV before midnight 28th November 2013
  • Subscribe for an annual package
  • Get a free GALAXY Tablet 3
  • Plus, get a free Sky+HD box (£30 standard set-up)

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About the Galaxy Tab 3

The Galaxy Tab 3 is a 7 inch tablet that has been engineered to be slim which makes it comfortable and secure when you grasp the device in your palm. The device is both slimmer and narrower than most tablets in the market which makes it a better fit and its extremely thin bezel means the tablet has more screen space.

The Galaxy Tab 3 comes with a 1.2 GHz Dual Core Processer which makes it capable of anything you ask it to do, there are two cameras that can be used for video calling or taking pictures. Web browsing is a delight and so is streaming video which means you can surf and enjoy super fast data transfer. The best thing about this offer is you can install the Sky GO app on your tablet and watch content wherever you have an internet connection.

5 Reasons to Choose Sky

  1. Get up to 80 premium digital channels to choose from plus hundreds of free to air channels on offer.
  2. You get the best of British as well as best of American TV shows to watch.
  3. Catch up TV service and on demand at no extra cost.
  4. Sky Plus lets you record two television shows at the same time as well as pause and rewind live television.
  5. Sky GO allows you to enjoy your favourite television shows when you are on the go on whichever device you prefer. You now have 14 different channels to choose from that lets you download shows to the device and watch wherever you are – perfect if you’ve just got a FREE Samsung Tab 3!

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Latest Sky Spring Offers

April 3, 2012 · Filed Under Broadband, Sky Broadband, Sky TV, TV · Comment 

Sky TV has a great selection of offers available for a limited time, including their broadband bundle packages. For example, if you order Sky TV before 28th June 2012 you will now receive a £25 M&S voucher absolutely free, plus 3 months half price Sky Movies when you join Sky TV with Sky Movies. And that’s not all, check out these other deals –

  • £50 store credits when joining Sky TV with broadband unlimited between Monday 2nd April– 26th April 2012
  • 9 months half price broadband unlimited without TV between 30th March – 19th April 2012
  • 6 months half price broadband unlimited Upgrade between 30th March – 19th April 2012

So there you have it, four amazing Sky deals that are sure to wet the appetite of even the hardest to please customers! Remember, these deals all have ‘sell by’ dates, so be sure to order within the allotted time zones, otherwise you may be crying all the way to your carriage that’s turned into a pumpkin!

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9 Months Half Price Broadband with Sky

March 6, 2012 · Filed Under Broadband, Sky Broadband · Comment 

Sky Broadband are offering their unlimited package at half price for 9 months for all new customers that order online from Tuesday 6th March 2012. Sky is the UK’s fastest growing service provider, with over 3 million customers in the UK alone! This great deal features –

  • £5 a month for 9 months
  • Unlimited monthly usage
  • Inclusive evening and weekend calls
  • 24/7 Technical Support

All when you take a phone line for £12.25 a month. Simply click on the link below to enjoy 9 months half price home broadband from Sky, and be part of the UK’s fastest growing internet service.

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Half Price Broadband for 12 Months with Sky – Offer ends 16-02-12

January 4, 2012 · Filed Under Broadband, Sky Broadband · Comment 

Sky Broadband is offering up an amazing new year deal that will certainly put a spring in your step for 2012. For a very limited time, you can now enjoy Sky’s totally unlimited broadband at half the price for a full 12 months, amazing value! Simply order online before the end of Thursday 16th February 2012 to take advantage of this superb money saving offer, which features –

  • Unlimited monthly usage
  • Inclusive evening and weekend calls
  • Free Sky wireless router

There are 3 packages to choose from, with prices starting at just £3.75 a month for a whole 12 months, amazing value! Simply click on the link below to check out all 3 different options for existing Sky customers and new clients, there’s sure to be a package to suit your requirements, and at these prices you’ll be laughing all the way to the bank. A very happy new year indeed!

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Sky Price Freeze and Bundle Savings

December 9, 2011 · Filed Under Broadband, Sky Broadband, Sky TV, TV · Comment 

A Sky broadband bundle pack is now the cheapest on the market, and if you joined before 31st August 2011, you’re monthly cost will stay the same for the next 12 months. As other providers put their prices up, Sky realise that as the cost of living goes up you won’t have to lose out on any of your favourite channels with unnecessary price hikes.

For just £20 a month (excluding line rental) you can still receive –

  • £100 Free M&S Voucher
  • Free Sky+ box
  • Free standard set up
  • Free Sky wireless router
  • Over 40 TV channels
  • Sky + to record and pause live TV
  • Watch TV on your laptop for free
  • 20Mb download speed
  • Evening & weekend calls at no extra cost

and that’s just the starter pack! There’s loads of other packages to choose from if you’re a film buff or a sports fan, with prices that are cheaper than the competition and won’t be changing. Choose a Sky bundle this Christmas and set up the whole families entertainment at a price that’s hard to beat.

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Free £100 M&S Voucher with Sky Bundle Package

November 9, 2011 · Filed Under Broadband, Sky Broadband, Sky TV, TV · Comment 

Sky TV is currently offering a free £100 M&S voucher when you sign up to one of their amazing bundle packages got a limited time. All new customers who sign up a Sky Value bundle can expect to receive a total home entertainment package, that’s broadband, TV (that includes Sky Plus and Sky Go) and landline phone for just £20 a month!

Let me break this amazing deal down for you –

  • Free £100 M&S Voucher
  • Free Sky+ Box
  • Unlimited 20Mb broadband
  • TV on the move with Sky Go
  • Inclusive evening and weekend landline calls

All this for just £20 a month (plus £12.25 a month phone line rental)! That’s a small price to pay for your whole families entertainment under one roof. Simply click on the link below to find out more information on this amazing deal from Sky, everything you need for all the family for one small monthly fee. Excellent.

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Sky Value – Just £20 a month with Free £25 M&S Voucher

October 20, 2011 · Filed Under Broadband, Sky Broadband, Sky TV, TV · Comment 

The Sky Value bundle is an absolute must have for those that want it all, but at a price that’s right. For just £20 a month you can now receive all home entertainment requirements, plus some you can take away with you! That’s right, for just £20 a month (plus £12.25 per month line rental) you will get –

  • 40 Sky TV channels
  • Sky + (saving £49)
  • Up to 20Mb broadband
  • Inclusive landline evening & weekend calls
  • Sky Go

Plus if you order now you will also receive a £25 M&S voucher, absolutely free! This great deal won’t be available for long, so do hurry if you’re in the market for a new home entertainment system, as this price will be hard to beat.

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6 Months Half Price Broadband for Sky Customers – Offer ends 29-09-11

August 25, 2011 · Filed Under Broadband, Sky Broadband, Sky TV, TV · Comment 

Sky TV have a great offer on for all their existing customers for a very limited time. Simply click on the link at the bottom of this post before the end of Monday 29th September 2011 to enjoy 6 months half price broadband when taken with any new Sky bundle package! This offer includes –

  • Only available for existing Sky TV customers  only
  • Up to 20Mb unlimited broadband
  • Free Evening & Weekend calls
  • Free Wireless router (worth £50)
  • Free 12 month Trial McAfee Internet Security
  • 24/7 Technical Support

Great news for all you Sky TV customers out there! This deal is only available online, so be sure to order as soon as possible to take advantage of this great offer.

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Ofcom Proposals Likely To Result In Lower UK Broadband Prices

April 5, 2011 · Filed Under Broadband, Sky Broadband, TalkTalk Broadband · Comment 

The telecom regulator Ofcom has proposed that BT Openreach reduce charges to other providers for access to its telecom services which it says would result in price cuts for customers if rivals such as Sky Broadband and Talk Talk Broadband pass on the savings.

The regulator says it will offer a consultative period on the proposed changes until 9th June, but expects the changes to be implemented later in the year and to be effective until 31st March 2014.

Ofcom says both Local Loop Unbundling (LLU), where rivals assume control of BT infrastructure and Wholesale Line Rental (WLR) where rivals simply rent services from Openreach will have their fees reduced.

As a result of the proposed changes, Ofcom expects unbundled wholesale prices to fall between 1.2 per cent to 4.2 per cent a year until 2014. For shared unbundled lines, the regulator proposes a fall of between 11.6 per cent and 14.6 per cent each year.

Ofcom expects WLR prices to drop between 3.1 to 6.1 per cent a year until 2014.

“The proposed prices strike a balance between providing incentives to invest in networks and ensuring that broadband and landline prices are affordable for consumers,” the regulator said.

BT says that it invests in infrastructure more than any other company in the UK, and that it needs the ability to derive income from those investments.

“It is critical that it is able to achieve a fair rate of return in order to continue its investment in copper and fibre based services,” a statement from the firm read.

“Upon initial review, we are encouraged by Ofcom’s recognition of this fact, but would question some of the underlying assumptions being used. As a result, we will be raising such concerns with Ofcom during the consultation process.”

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Leading UK ISP’s To Reveal Network Management Policy To Customers

A number of UK internet service providers will reveal to customers details of their traffic management policy and how they restrict broadband internet speeds.

The ISP’s include Sky Broadband, BT Total Broadband and Virgin Media Broadband, all of whom have agreed to abide by a new code of conduct drafted by the Broadband Stakeholders Group. The idea behind the policy is to show customers why speed restrictions must be placed to ensure network stability during periods when the network is busy.

The ISP’s argue that they must slow down internet speeds during periods when the network is extremely busy, since it enables them to maintain a strong network that does not degrade during periods of high traffic.

The policy has been criticized by some who worry that it will result in a two tiered internet, one where ISP’s charge specific websites for prioritizing their traffic.

Antony Walker, BSG chief executive believes that the new code is important for transparency and that whatever policy of traffic management is designed going forward, it is important that customers are aware of it.

“There has been more heat than light in the debate about traffic management over recent years,” he said. “This commitment to provide clear and comparable information in a common format is very important.”

Walker added: “It will not only help to ensure consumers are better informed about the services they buy and use, but will also provide a clearer picture for policy makers of the way in which traffic management is actually used in the UK market.”

Other companies backing the code include O2 Broadband, TalkTalk Broadband, 3 Mobile Broadband and Vodafone Mobile Broadband. All the signatories together account for 90 per cent of fixed line customers and 60 per cent of mobile customers across the UK.

“Consumers need to be able to make informed choices about the services they buy and policy makers need to be able to make informed decisions about the policy and regulatory framework they set,” Walker added.

“This new commitment provides an essential building block for getting both of these things right.”

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