Broadband and TV provider Sky has officially announced an average price increase of 8.1% for almost all of its customers.
This is around £5 extra per month, or £67 extra per year. But the price increase you see will depend on which Sky services you use.
If you’re affected by Sky’s price increases, you should be allowed to leave your contract early without paying a cancellation fee. This means that, once you receive your notification, you’ll be able to switch to a new broadband deal that offers prices you prefer.
But you best be quick, because you’ll only get a 30-day window to do so. If you miss that period, you’ll be contractually obliged to pay the new monthly amount.
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