I currently have the full Sky package with the exception of broadband and telephone. I am with BT Openworld for broadband and telephone. As a retired person I am looking at cutting costs and find that I can have Sky Broadband with upto 8mb for £5 a month and unlimited phone calls for £5 a month with a line rental of £10 a month. Set charge of £25. Making a total of £20 a month and one charge of £25.
I too am looking to minimise my financial outgoings. I've recently returned to BT for 24/7 phone coverage, 1st 3 months free then about £5.50 pm plus line rental £10.50. I'll have to look at your Sky set up to see where I've missed out. Who are you paying line rental to?
i went from pipex to sky full package and it was easy i got a change over date and then the sky modem turned up and on the change over date i was connected by the time i got home from work. i now get great speeds which hardly vary through out the day. thanks sky again with the telephone no probs
If you are a Sky customer then you can have free broadband and free telephone calls (evenings/weekends). It's as simple as that.
I've been a customer for Sky services for about a year and opted for free broadband and free phone calls. I plugged in the router, connected the cable and it worked. Ignore the Sky CD.
I have Sky TV (2 packages), Sky Broadband and Sky Talk for £17/month. I still pay BT for line rental but will be changing to Sky once my minimum BT 12 month period is over.
In addition you can add more TV packages and for +£5/month can call almost any destination worldwide 24/7. If you need more broadband bandwidth then you can upgrade for +£5/month. But the basic Sky packages delivers TV/Broadband/Telephone for about the same as BT deliver broadband.