Sky – Offer change – Sky+ offer has ended!

Written by emmawarren on . Posted in News, Offers/Promotions, Sector, Telecoms, Telecoms, Update Type, Updates


Hi guys,

On 12th January the Sky+ free box and free standard installation offer will end. Please see below for important information regarding this change. Also, remember to push the 12 months half price Unlimited Broadband offer which will be live until 16th February.


Sky+ TV, broadband and calls – please action all changes in italics.

Condition: New customers only

Offer details:

*£25 M&S voucher  

*£49 Sky+ Box and £30 standard install.

*Plus £12.25 line rental

*Prices from £20 a month

*Offer available online only

Text link: 8 Sky+ Bundle TV

However, the above offer will become Sky+ free box and £30 standard install if the customer joins Sky+ with Broadband Unlimited, Sky Talk and Line rental or with Multiroom. This offer is stackable with the current 12 months half price broadband offer.

The £25 M&S voucher offer is still live with Sky+ and Sky+HD orders.


Key packages prices:

Sky+ Entertainment pack - £20/month + £49 Box + £30 Standard set up

Sky + Entertainment pack with Broadband Lite, Talk and line rental - £20/month (£12.25 line rental cost) + £49 Box + £30 Standard set up

Sky+ Entertainment pack with Broadband Unlimited, Talk and line rental -- £23.75/month (£12.25 line rental cost) + Free Box + £30 Standard set up +£25 M&S Voucher

Sky+ Entertainment pack with Multiroom -- £30.25/month + Free Box + £30 Standard set up +£25 M&S Voucher

We will update the current Sky+ Bundle creative with the correct offer.


Important changes and information:


  1. Sky is changing the name of the SkyHD box to SkyHD Multiroom box (and just Sky Multiroom box where HD is not chosen by the customer). This change will go live on 12th January. Please only refer to the box in this way on your site.
  2. You may be interested in using the following quote from the 2011 Ofcom Quality of Service Customer Service Satisfaction Report:
“Sky Broadband customers enjoy unbeatable overall satisfaction compared with BT, Virgin Media and Talk Talk”.

 3. Sky will soon be displaying the Which? logo on the Sky+HD box. However Which? cannot be used in any third party advertising. Full usage rights can be seen below:


  • The logo can be used on the following media ONLY:
    • Online (Static appearance of the logo):
      • Only on Sky owned websites
      • Customer Emails
      • Sky display ads
  • Offline (Static appearance of the logo):
    • Only on press, posters, leaflets, circulars, digital posters
    • Customer Mailings, DM 

Please ensure you do not use this logo on any of your websites.

Best wishes,
The Sky Team at Affiliate Window 


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