Lower your Sky TV bill by making these three very simple changes

Sky continues to deliver countless hours of entertainment and market-leading ways to watch TV, including its award-winning Sky Q box and the latest Glass TV which brings shows to the big screen without the need for a dish. . There’s not much that matches this premium service and, despite some sky bargainsit’s not exactly cheap, with most customers paying upwards of £40 a month for the privilege of having Sky in their living room.

With the cost of living crisis dominating the headlines and energy bills set to skyrocket over the winter, you may be looking for ways to lower your bills and Express.co.uk has three tips for reducing the cost of watching content on your TV.

Upgrade to Sky Q Lite

Anyone who wants the Sky Q experience at a more affordable price should definitely consider upgrading to the Lite package. This package currently costs just £30 per month, with that price even including basic broadband speeds. To make matters even more enticing, Sky is promising to freeze that price for the duration of the deal, meaning things won’t go up when the company announces its annual hike next April.

Sky Q Lite includes the company’s award-winning set-top box and full access to hundreds of Freeview channels and 30Mbps broadband speeds.


Switch to NOW

As well as Sky’s full satellite service, the company also has its NOW (formerly NOW TV) platform. This is streamed to homes using a standard broadband connection and apart from being completely hassle-free, it also doesn’t require you to sign up for a lengthy contract. In fact, you can turn things off whenever you want.

NOW often has discounts and right now you can get Sky Sports and Sky Cinema at a cheaper price.

The NOW Cinema and Entertainment package currently costs just £14.99 per month for the next six months. This plan typically costs £19.98, so there’s a decent saving to be had.

Those wanting to watch the Premier League and the pinnacle of the F1 season can also get a sports subscription for just £25 a month. Again, this low price lasts six months and saves over £7 per month.


BT is calling you

The last way to save money is to switch to BT. The broadband provider has just launched a mega deal which includes a blockbuster TV package for just £6 a month.

This package offers full access to channels such as Sky Atlantic, Sky Max, Comedy Central and more.

There are also over 300 on-demand boxes, a Sky Q-style recordable TV box with 300 hours of storage space and full access to Freeview.

You even get a Netflix Basic plan for good measure.

The only thing to know is that you will need to sign up for a BT broadband plan to get the TV deal and the deal expires on September 29.


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