Sky launch new 6 months’ free unlimited broadband deals

Broadband provider Sky is offering six months' free unlimited broadband and calls to Irish households

David Baker
by David Baker on 2nd January, 2014

Sky is giving households in Ireland the opportunity to sign up for six months’ free unlimited broadband and calls.

The provider is offering a €10 per month discount on its Unlimited Broadband and Calls package, allowing subscribers to save a total of €60 during the introductory period.

Subscribers are able to download at a rate of up to 24Mb, with with the reassurance that they can also download as much data as they like over the course of the month, courtesy of an unlimited usage allowance.

Calls to Irish landlines at weekends are included as part of the package, while customers also receive a free Sky Hub wireless broadband router.

This enables consumers to get online anywhere in the home from a range of connected devices.

Consumers are now able to sign up for unlimited broadband for an initial price of €30 per month with Sky Talk Freetime.

New customers also receive inclusive weekend calls to Irish landlines, which can be upgraded to Sky’s Anytime calls package for another €7.50 per month.

Mark Anderson, Sky Ireland’s Director of Sales & Marketing claimed that Sky were offering customers “a great start to the year” with the possibility for eircom customers to “save up to €180” with the introduction of Sky’s new 6 months free Unlimited Broadband offers.

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