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Sky News Update: Sky Offer £25 Voucher with Internet and Telephone Contract

Sky news update: in order to remain relevant in the market Sky are offering extra deals for new customers with their TV, broadband and telephone contracts. When you make the move to a new house or flat or you’re doing it for the first time, one of the first things on the list to get sorted is internet services. This requires a phone line as well and many companies often also provide television services so customers can get all the entertainment they need from one company, hassle free. Sky have developed an offer where you don’t only get that but you also get £25 worth of Marks and Spencers vouchers which can be a huge help. This offer is solely for new customers so current Sky customers cannot suddenly transfer their broadband services so that you can receive the special offer, the idea is to entice new customers in to Sky. Something as simple as a £25 voucher could be the deciding factor in the customer’s process, other companies offer very similar services but maybe without that extra incentive and so will choose Sky over them. The other incentive is that this voucher is offered to customers who are looking to purchase their telephone and internet services but have not made the television choice yet and the £25 voucher is included when you choose to take out a television option as well.

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This brings in more money to Sky each month as well as offering the customer a decent reason for choosing to buy more services from Sky. Particularly as a £25 voucher can be seen as a substantial enough amount to allow the customer to feel like they’ve got plenty for their money. With Sky recently taking over the running of O2’s broadband services, they also have another reason to woo some customers across. O2 were offering broadband at a low rate and that allowed their current customers to receive three months totally free before they started paying. Whenever one company buys out another there are teething problems so offering new customers – which presumably they technically are – an incentive such as this means they are more likely to move willingly. If you are interested in any of the products and services listed here, either visit www.sky.com or contact the Sky customer services department and speak with a member of their team. All the customer service advisors are willing to assist with any enquiry you have and will happily just advise and not pressure the caller into making a purchase.

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