Sky has said it will raise broadband and pay TV prices on some of its TV packages from April 1 2022. Landline customers will also see their bills rise from the beginning of May.
Sky says the average price increase will be less than 5%. However, the provider is one of the UK's biggest, so millions of customers will be affected by these price hikes. Sky will be writing to affected customers to notify them of changes over the next few weeks.
Sky Mobile will also reintroduce roaming charges in the UK, with a daily cost cap of £2.
Sky's increasing the price of several of its broadband and TV options - it says the average price increase will be around 5% or around £3.60 a month. If you're affected by these price rises, Sky will contact you by email or post by March 24.
Sky has also said it will reintroduce roaming charges for customers travelling to the EU, with a daily cap of £2. Customers who visit Ireland, the Isle of Man and the Channel Islands will be allowed to use their UK allowance at no extra cost.
Sky Mobile's Roaming Passport Plus, which covers destinations including Australia, South Africa and the USA will be reduced from £6 a day to £2 a day.
Sky Mobile customers will be able to use data from their plans while abroad - Sky says this will help customers avoid costly charges for exceeding their data allowance while roaming.
Ofcom rules state that if providers raise the price of their broadband, mobile phone or landline deals by a rate greater than inflation, they must then . However, these increases are lower than the current inflation rate. Sky says any customers who are struggling with bills should contact their customer service to discuss options.
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If you're happy with the service you get from Sky and you're out-of-contract, it's worth seeing these price rises as an opportunity to haggle. It might sound daunting to some, but, like most providers, Sky both expects and invites haggling.
The process is as simple as getting in touch with your provider and asking what it can offer. While you have the best leverage if you're out of contract or have the right to exit penalty-free, Sky may be willing to offer deals to other customers affected by prices rises, particularly if you subscribe to several services.