With Christmas approaching, it's the perfect time to settle in front of the telly – but why limit yourself to the standard channels?
Sky's latest TV and broadband deal can save you £126 over the course of an 18-month contract, offering the popular Entertainment package, Ultimate On Demand add-on, and Superfast fibre broadband for just £54 per month – a bundle that usually costs £61 per month.
That means you get channels like Sky Atlantic, Sky One, Fox and plenty of others, as well as a huge back-catalogue of over 500 box sets that are accessible on-demand. Netflix is included, too, and you can transfer your existing profile so you don't lose your Watch List or accounts.
All of this is accessed from Sky's Sky Q box, which puts TV and on-demand content alongside apps like Netflix, Spotify and YouTube. With voice search, you can quickly flick between all of the included channels and apps, too – so you can quickly jump from binge-worthy shows like Stranger Things on Netflix to HBO's Watchmen on Sky Atlantic.
In terms of broadband speed, you can look forward to average download speeds of 59 Mbps – a huge step up from the basic "Essential" Broadband Package which offers just 11 Mbps.
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That's not the only saving, as you can add the Sports, Cinema and HD add-ons for a total of £74 per month – a monthly saving of £33 per month from the usual £107 monthly amount.
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If you're just looking for Sky's Superfast Broadband, you can save £5 per month on that too – it's just £32 per month, saving you £90 over an 18-month contract.
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If you're looking for something with less of a commitment, Sky's streaming service NowTV is offering savings on it's Sky Sports monthly pass, as well as Entertainment and Cinema Bundles.
You can find more information about the bundles here.
However, whilst it's a great time to get Sky, a quick reminder, if you are keen on watching the football over Christmas you might also want to sign up to Amazon Prime for free, too.
That's because Amazon has secured the rights for Boxing Day's Premier League fixtures, with all ten matches being shown on Amazon's Prime Video app (unfortunately absent from Sky Q boxes but readily available almost everywhere else).
If you're not a member of Prime, you can sign up here and get 30-days for free. That means unlimited one-day delivery on millions of items, music and video streaming, and even free gaming freebies via Twitch Prime.
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