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Sky Now Offering £10 Fibre Broadband – With 25GB Cap



/ 2 years ago

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What looks like a groundbreaking deal – £10 per month for fibre broadband – is easily shattered by its abysmal 25GB usage cap.

Yes, Sky have announced they are to offer fibre broadband for what is probably the lowest price in the UK.  Subscribers should receive speeds of up to 38 Mbps, alongside Sky’s promise to “never slow you down at peak times”. In reality though the whole thing should come in at £26.40 per month when you factor in line rental.

That’s still cheap, but can’t remove from the utterly stupid 25GB cap. In the product description, Sky say “you can stream movies” and “play online games” – two things that would most easily burn through that lousy cap.

How can they expect anyone to get by with such a paltry limit in the online world we live in today?

Source: The Next Web


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  • 12John34

    Oh look!!! ultra fast emails. Only don’t even think of browsing the web. You’ll end up with 0GBs in a matter of days.

  • 12John34

    Oh look!!! ultra fast emails. Only don’t even think of browsing the web. You’ll end up with 0GBs in a matter of days.

  • COMMICZAR

    not a lot of use when fibre has not been installed even with that stupid cap, My phone would use more than that after one week at work