Don't be fooled by Sky broadband for a tenner claims
It also includes a 25GB usage cap and download speeds of up to 38Pbps and is currently being offered as an alternative solution to the company's unlimited fibre affairs.
As with the bigger packages, subscribers will have the option to protect their devices with Sky’s Broadband Shield security product at no extra cost, and then still get a load of viruses on their computer any way.
Lyssa McGowan, Director of Sky Broadband, said: "We’re always looking to give customers even more reasons to choose Sky. Sky Fibre means we can now offer superfast speeds for just £10 a month – the lowest standard price in the UK. It’s perfect for those who want to try fibre for the first time."
Of course, it isn't really £10 per month as deals like this never are. That's because there's line rental which will costs you a further £16.40 per month. So the headline should read: "Get Sky broadband for £26.40 a month!" which isn't nearly as alluring.
So, for example, you could get Virgin Media’s broadband-only package for £28.50 per month, which granted, is more expensive, but there's no need for a phone line and there's no download caps and faster speeds.