Sky has just revealed another very good offer which can cut over £200 off your bill.
The new deal, which has just gone live, brings over 300 channels to your living room for £42 per month.
This bundle even includes access to Sky Entertainment, Cinema, Kids and Ultimate on Demand.
Sky says this package would usually cost £55 per month meaning those who sign up will save a total of £234 over the 18-month contract.
Along with all those channels, there’s also a Sky Q box included which allows customers to store 500 hours of TV and record three shows at the same time.
It’s worth noting that there is a one-off fee of £20 to pay and this rises to £199 if you want the premium 2TB Sky box.
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That device can store 1,000 hours of TV and allows customers to record six shows at the same time.
The 2TB box also offers content in 4K Ultra HD which is not possible on the standard box.
This latest offer from Sky comes as the satellite firm has just confirmed that it is joining a new Ofcom scheme aimed at making it much more simple for customers to get a refund when things go wrong.
Ofcom says the new scheme could see customers benefit from £142m in payments – around nine times the amount they receive today.
From this month, Sky, BT, Virgin Media and Zen customers will begin getting as much as £8 per day for outages that aren’t fixed within a set time.
There’s also money back if an engineer doesn’t turn up or cancels the appointment with customers getting £25 back on their monthly bill.
Speaking about the automatic compensation Sharon White, Ofcom Chief Executive, said: “We think it’s unacceptable that people should be kept waiting for a new line, or a fault to be fixed.
“These new protections mean phone and broadband firms will want to avoid problems occurring in the first place. But if they fall short, customers must be treated fairly and given money back, without having to ask for it.
“We welcome the companies’ commitment to this scheme, which acts as a strong incentive to improve service for customers.”
Ofcom says that it will carefully monitor all the firms that have agreed to the scheme and report on how it is working next year.
“If customers are not being treated fairly, we will step in and take action,” the regulator warned.
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