Sky customers should be advised that the
provider is going through changes. Some of you might recall that
Sky froze its prices last year while other providers announced
In order to keep providing the best it can, Sky said that the time
has come it rethought its pricing.
Sky said in its pricing update:
"Last year we froze prices - whilst we continued to work hard
on making the Sky package bigger and better. We've gone from
strength to strength in this area and have been investing heavily
in channels, programmes and technology (new F1 channel, The Cloud,
Sky Go etc.) - and there's even more to come.
"In order to keep giving customers more for their money, we've
had to change some of our prices."
This is what customers should keep their eyes on:
Prices will be increasing for Entertainment, Entertainment Extra,
Sky Sports and ESPN customers ye movies will not see a pricing
Customers with offers will not be affected by the price increase
until their offer finishes;
New Talk customers:
A new Talk package will be available for new customers only;
There will be a new line rental and call rate pricing;
Existing Talk customers:
Customers will remain on their current package;
Line Rental customers will remain on their current price;
Call rates will be changing.
The good news is that there is no broadband pricing
Customers are already starting to receive letters with pricing
changes. Some of the information in those brochures will include
line rental charge increase for new customers from
the 1st of September.