The world of broadband deals is a cutthroat place to dwell. Week after week, we see providers like BT, Virgin and TalkTalk come up with new offers and prices to beat the opposition. 50p off a month here, free activation there. Savings can be incremental.
But Sky Broadband has just blown the competition out of the water with a new internet plan that's scarcely believable. For the next month, you can get Sky Unlimited Broadband for £15 per month. That's an astonishing price, saving around £4 a month on any other provider at the moment.
If you need any more convincing than that headline price, then we have more details on the plan below. Underneath that, we'll tell you about the next best cheap broadband only deals on the market, if only so you can see just how good this Sky price is.
Sky's incredible broadband deal
Sky Broadband Unlimited | 12 months | Up to 17Mb | Line rental inc. | £19.95 set-up | £15 per month
One word - WOW! We've seen some fantastic cashback and reward card deals in recent times, but nobody has come close to a flat monthly price as cheap as this. £15 per month. £15 per month (it bears repeating). It's unlimited, so you get to surf and download as much as you wish each month. Total cost of 12 months £199.95
Best broadband deals from other providers
To be honest, broadband prices needed a bit of a shot in the arm. It's been months since we've seen monthly internet plans come in at less than £18 per month, and it's been up to the more obscure names like Origin Broadband (currently £18.99 per month) to keep the big boys on their toes. Here's how the cheapest standard broadband deals from other providers are shaping up at the moment:
- Sky broadband - £15pm, £19.95 upfront = £199.95 for first year
- Plusnet broadband - £19.99pm, free upfront = £239.88 for first year
- EE broadband - £21pm, £7 upfront = £259 for first year
- TalkTalk broadband - £19.95pm, £25 upfront = £264.40 for first year
- BT broadband - £26.99pm, £9.99 upfront = £333.87 for first year
- Virgin broadband (50Mb) - £27pm, £20 upfront = £344 for first year
Existing Sky broadband customers
If you're half way through your contract with Sky and are rubbing your hands at the thought of reduced bills for the next six month, then we have some bad news - this £15pm offer is available to new customers only. So that also means you're out of luck if you've previously been with Sky and want to head on back.
If you're looking for a new broadband deal but are exempt from this Sky dea, then TechRadar is still here to help you find the best price. Whether it be super fast fibre broadband, broadband and TV, or any other broadband package deal, our price comparison tools will help you pay the least for your internet.