Jan 25, 2023
Incredible Sky TV deal costs just 80p a day – and you don’t need a satellite dish
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SKY TV is offering consumers a new 80p a day deal.
The company has cut the price from £26 a month for 18 months to £24.1Viewers at home can stream the TV shows over WiFi instead of using satellite connection
The sparkly new offer includes Sky Entertainment, which has over 100 channels, and Netflix.
BBC, ITV, Channel 4, Comedy Central, MTV, Gold, National Geographic, Discovery and EuroSport are also featured under the offer.
A Netflix subscription users costs viewers £6.99 per month for its most basic subscription.
But under Sky, consumers can get access to the popular streaming platform for free on one device.
But if consumers want access to Netflix on two or four devices they can pay an extra £4 to £8.
Consumers also don't need a satellite dish to get a slice of the sweet deal.
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Sky TV is also not charging consumers a setup fee.
Consumers can also get their hands on Sky Sports for 65p a day, as part of an 18 month subscription.
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