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Sky price rises confirmed for April 2019


Standard pricing for Sky's TV and broadband packages will increase on 1st April 2019, as part of the company's annual price rise.

This year, 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 be spared.

Data released by Sky today confirm that the Sky Entertainment package, which includes the basic tier of Sky entertainment and factual channels, including Sky 1, Sky Atlantic and FOX, will increase from £25 to £27 a month. Sky multiscreen and Sky Q multiscreen increases by £1 a month to £13. Ultimate On Demand climbs to £12 a month from £10.

Across its broadband products, the standard price for Sky Fibre Max increases from £25 to £27, while Sky Fibre Unlimited will cost £22, up from £20 a month. Sky Talk products also increase: Sky Talk Anytime from £8 to £10 a month, Evenings & Weekends from £4 to £5.

Sky customers who are affected by the changes will receive communications regarding how the changes will impact their chosen Sky products. Some consumers may opt to invoke an Ofcom get-out clause allowing them to leave mid-contract if the price rises are above inflation, although for some contracts, price rises are now built in.