Sky have announced that pricing for Sky’s TV and broadband packages will increase from 1 April 2019.
Subscribers can expect an extra £1 or £2 to be added to each of Sky’s products, although those on special introductory deals, price promise offers or retention deals will not face the increase until these deals finish.
The price increases are as follows:
- Sky Entertainment was £25, now £27;
- Sky Multiscreen was £12, now £13;
- Sky Sports HD was £6, now £6;
- Sky Q Multiscreen Pack, was £12, now £13;
- Ultimate On Demand, was £10, now £12;
- Sky Cinema with Sports, was £10, now £11;
- Sky Cinema without Sports, was £18, now £19;
- Cinema with Sports (migration), was £10, now £11;
- Sky Talk Anytime Extra (Anytime), was £8, now £10;
- Sky Talk Evening and Weekends Extra (Free time), was £4, now £5;
- Sky Talk Anytime Extra (24/7), was £8, now £10;
- Sky Talk Evening and Weekends Extra (Weekends), was £4, now £5;
- Sky Talk Evening and Weekends Extra, was £4, now £5;
- Sky Talk Anytime Extra, was £8, now £10;
- Sky Fibre Max, was £25, now £27
- Sky Fibre Unlimited, was £20, now £22
- Sky Broadband Unlimited, was £11.01, now £12.01
Sky have published a new tarriff guide, which shows that the cost of calls through Sky Talk are also set to rise from 1 May 2019.