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Sky offer Samsung Galaxy Tab, £50 cashback with broadband and fibre

Sky offer Samsung Galaxy Tab, £50 cashback with broadband and fibre

Friday, 19 January, 2018

Sky have a great new offer on standard cheap broadband and faster fibre broadband, with the added sweetener of a Samsung Galaxy tablet or £50 cashback.

New customers can pick and choose which reward they want when they sign up to a contract with the pay TV and internet provider.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab E is on sale for around £130 with most high-street retailers.

It’s comes with a quad-core 1.3GHz Spreadtrum SC8830 processor and 1.5GB of RAM, and boasts a 9.6in screen with a 1280 x 800 resolution.

Why Sky?

Sky is on a high after being rated the least complained broadband provider in the UK in the latest Ofcom complaints figures.

Its broadband generated just seven complaints per 100,000 customers, compared with the worst-rated provider TalkTalk whose services garnered 30 complaints out of every 100,000.

Which deals include the free tablet?

Sky’s entry-level standard speed Broadband Unlimited (up to 17Mbps) is now priced at £18 a month.

Unlimited Fibre, Sky’s 38Mbps product, comes in a £32 a month, while the fastest broadband available, 76Mbps Fibre Max, is listed at £37 a month.

See: All Sky deals here

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