Sky have today announced TV, phone and broadband charges are set to rise in April 2019.
Whilst an annual increase is not largely unexpected, this years looks set to be over 5%, which for many people could an an average of £8 per month on their sky bills. Sky said it will be writing to all households affected from 21 February – advising them of how their plan will be changing and why.
Not all products are increasing – Sky Sports, Sky Go, Sky Box Sets, Sky HD, Sky Voicemail, Talk International, in-contract Sky Cinema and Sky Kids will not be increasing in price.
- Sky Cinema is increasing by £1 from £10 to £11 (if a customer is already in-contract, it won’t increase)
- Sky Entertainment is increasing by £2 from £20 to £22
- Sky Broadband will increase by £1, across all packages
- Sky Fibre Broadband will increase by £2 across all packages
- Sky Q Multiscreen is increasing by £1 from £12 to £13
- Sky Talk Evening and Weekends will increase by £1 from £4 to £5
- Sky Talk Anytime will increase by £2 from £8 to £10
To get in touch with its Customer Services team, call 0330 041 3130.
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