Sky have recently announced a price rise for their customers, and it could mean around 8% extra each month, which for the average bill is about £5.60 per month, or £67.20 per year!
Prices are due to rise from 1 April 2023, but Sky have announced that some customers may be able to leave, penalty free. If you are outside of your minimum term, you can cancel with 14 days notice for broadband packages. If you are still within your minimum term contract, you can also leave, if you do so within 30 days of receiving your price rise notification.
At a time when all our household bills are on the rise, and it feels like bad news after bad news for your bank account, here at Grain we pledge to never raise your prices in-contract… EVER!
On top of that, we can offer you:
You can read more about the price rises from Money Saving Expert – who are always fighting the corner for consumers, here.
Unbundle and reap the rewards!
You may have thought that bundling up your entertainment and broadband package with your provider made life easier, but it could be costing you a pretty penny. With future ready Full-Fibre broadband, and a whole host of entertainment options, you could save yourself £££s by unbundling.
Why not choose Grain Full Fibre, and then take a separate contract with Now TV for example, which offers a monthly membership and more freedom than Sky, with similar content? Or get yourself an Amazon Firestick and download a choice of apps to keep the whole family entertained.
Grain is not affiliated with any entertainment provider and customers are responsible for arranging their own entertainment packages – but our broadband makes it easy to stream them buffer free.
Read more about unbundling your entertainment packages, here.