Compare Sky TV and broadband packages

Looking for a broadband deal that includes some of the most in demand channels available? Sky's broadband and TV packages can be fully customised to suit your needs. Check out the bundles available from one of the most comprehensive TV providers.

If you decide on Sky as your ISP (Internet Service Provider) then you’ll be given the choice of several TV offers. With Sky’s TV bundles you can get unlimited data and have a choice of packages offering between 290 to 350 channels, in both SD and HD.

All Sky TV Bundles come with Sky Entertainment, packed full of your favourite shows as well as a Sky Q Box which lets you pause, rewind and record multiple shows to be stored for later. Plus Sky’s packages can be fully customised with a range of exclusive add-ons.

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Below are Sky’s standard Broadband packages. Each of these can be fully customised to suit your needs. On top of your standard Sky Entertainment package you can add a combination of Sky Sports, Sky Movies, Sky Box Sets, Sky Kids and Sky HD for a fully personalised entertainment experience. Even better, add Sky Q Multiscreen and watch everything from your Box on multiple TV’s and tablets around your home, or save your shows to your device and watch them on the move.

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Whats in the Box?

When you sign up to a TV bundle you are provided with a Sky Q 1TB box, this allows you to record three shows and watch a 4th live, as well as store up to 500 hours of TV.

Alternatively, if you pay a little more you can get the Sky Q 2TB box, on this you can record 6 shows and watch a 7th live, as well as store up to 1000 hours of SD television. This box also allows you to enjoy shows in Ultra HD.

Both packages come with the option of getting the Sky Q Mini box. This allows you to stream live, on demand and recorded shows at home on a tablet. Plus with Sky Q Multiscreen you can watch Sky TV in two rooms at the same time, as well as download programmes onto 4 devices at a time to enjoy later with no internet connection required.

Sky Sport

Sky’s new channel Sky Sports Mix provides all Sky TV customers access to coverage of a range of major sporting events, including some Premier League matches. However, if you want consistent access to the biggest sporting events you’ll need to pay extra. Pick and choose from 5 channels dedicated to your favourite sports including, football, F1, cricket and golf. Alternatively choose all 5 on an 18 month contract for an extra £20 a month.


Simply put, the number of channels you get will depend on the package you go for. At the entry level, their least expensive ‘Original’ package will secure all the freeview channels as well as an additonal 50 exclusive channels including Sky Sports Mix, Sky Atlantic and MTV. Alternatively with Sky’s intermediate, or ‘Variety’ package you’ll get an extra 30 channels including 12 documentary stations, Sky kids channels and Eurosport 1 & 2. Not enough? Pick their top tier plan ‘Box Sets’ package and you’ll get all of the above plus 350 Sky box sets and 55+ channels in HD.

Sky offer you the chance to add the full Sky Sports package as well as Sky Cinema. This gives you every Sky Sports channel including their new Main Event channel and a new premiere every day with over 1,000 movies on demand.

TV Guide

Check out the Sky TV schedule to see what you could be watching right now.

Sky broadband customer service

Sky’s online chat service is available through the Sky website 7 days a week, 9:30am – 9pm. There is also the option of an email contact form.

To talk to the Sky experts call, 0333 759 3219 or freephone 0800 151 2747. They are available from 8:30am – 11:30pm, 7 days a week.

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