Sky has just launched its cheapest price plan yet for its fibre broadband service.
The Sky Fibre set-up will offer download speeds up to 38Mbps for a monthly fee of £10.
Sky already has two fibre broadband plans in extisence – Sky Fibre Unlimited and Sky Fibre Unlimited Pro.
There is a caveat with the new service however, namely a 25GB monthly usage cap.
Lyssa McGowan, Director of Sky Broadband, said: “We’re always looking to give customers even more reasons to choose Sky.”
“Sky Fibre means we can now offer superfast speeds for just £10 a month – the lowest standard price in the UK,” she continued, adding: “It’s perfect for those who want to try fibre for the first time.”
The nippy speeds should mean customers will be able to download albums in mere seconds, and reliably stream HD footage.
Signing up to Sky Fibre also means you’ll get access to Sky Broadband Shield free of charge.
The Shield is an online safeguard that lets you block dodgy sites and avoid becoming the victim of malware and phishing.
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