Fancy a free Sky+ box, free phone calls and mega broadband all for under £20 each month, well now you can have exactly that by just clicking the offer bar below and visiting the very latest Sky promotion, it really is an unmissable deal but it’s only available for a limited period so act fast for maximum savings. When you see what you get for under twenty quid you’ll be amazed, £19.50 gets you Sky TV with one Entertainment Pack, up to a massive 20Mb of brilliant broadband and the Sky Talk pack which gives you free evening and weekend calls to UK landlines, terms and conditions do apply which can be found at and by simply clicking the offer bar below. The best think about this fantastic deal is you’ll receive a Marks and Spencer voucher when you join up online plus get free standard set up, now is the perfect and we believe the best time to join Sky as this money saving promotion is better than ever before.

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  1. review by Helen Turner on March 14th, 2011 at 3:22 pm

    I love the sound of this offer it sounds just like a fairytale, i currently have my broadband and line rental with BT but i was thinking of switching over to Sky, now i’m convinced this is the deal for my home. The kids can watch all the kiddies channels, i love the cookery programs and hubby will love all the sport. I’m not normally one to go into a contract but as this is just a 12 month contract i’ll give it a go… Oh and the John Lewis voucher will be handy too buy a spare HDMI lead for my sons new playstation 3 and Xbox360, apparently a really good quality HDMI lead makes the picture better so they tell me. I’ll let you know how i get on when i’ve had it installed, bring it on lets see if it’s as good as it sounds.

    Helen Turner


  2. review by Trevor Webster on March 15th, 2011 at 1:50 pm

    I just love Sky HD on my new Sony TV, the picture and sound are just out of this world, technology gas come on so much, it’s hard to believe I was watching a black and white set just 30 years ago. High Definition is worth every penny, the football is fantastic to watch and so clear these days, love it. In my eyes the standard broadband is nothing to write home about but as it’s free with the fairytale deal I’ve no reason go complain, the free phone calls is a nice touch but I use my mobile most of the time, anyway well done Sky and I like the offer.

  3. review by Barry on March 16th, 2011 at 11:14 am

    Hi, this is not a review but just a comment. I’ve been thinking of getting digital tv now for a month or 2 but after reading your advert in today’s Sun newspaper I’ve decided to go ahead, the free £50 marks voucher swayed me towards Sky over Virgin as I can see no offer like this at Virgin. As I have a hd ready tv I’ve gone for the free sky+hd box with free installation, just hope the variation of channels is as good as you say with the offer. Looking forward to getting it installed.

  4. review by WILLIAM HINDLEY on March 23rd, 2011 at 11:57 am

    I will eventually get a package but i cannot make up my mind between the numerous
    offers as they are extremely confusing, you have pages of sky offers in magazines
    but they are all over the place as far as information is concerned.
    It starts with a deal for under £20.00, per month, then there is extra for line
    rental, then extra again for unlimited broadband, then there are other charges
    and considerations, new ones on each page of advertisements!
    I have no idea how much a package will actually cost each month, and my bank account
    does not support direct debit which i suppose means yet another extra charge for the
    priviage of paying you money.
    I would like you and BT etc, to style your advertisements like the mobile phone ads,
    a picture of the telephone and then lots of different boxes with each clearly
    indicating the cost per month for which package deal.
    I further dislike BT not allowing an email address for new customers so one is forced
    to use the telephone to ask questions and they seem to have lots of staff with
    pigeon english and are extremely difficult to understand.
    I want unlimited broadband and a telephone which will not be paid by direct debit,
    although i can pay several months in advance and keep this this advanced payment method, will paying in this manner also incur extra charges, and if so, why?

    Many Thanks,

    William Hindley.

  5. review by Mr Barry on March 30th, 2011 at 11:08 am

    Good value for money if you ask me, three must have services for this price can’t be bad. 😉

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Why mess around searching for the best deal on your digital TV services when you can get a huge range of brilliant channels, superfast broadband and free phone calls with the latest promotion. Normal costs for customers starting with Sky are the Sky+ box which is normally £49, with this deal it's free and set-up charges which are normally £30 but with the fairytale promotion it's free, there's never been a better time to join and as an added bonus for a limited period you'll receive a £50 Marks and Spencer gift voucher to spend on whatever you like at M&S when you join online, join today and save save save with Sky.

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