4.2 million Universal Credit claimants eligible for new Sky broadband deal

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Mr Hiley explained: “The cost of living crisis is really starting to bite, so it’s promising to see that other broadband providers have listened to the rallying call for more social tariffs to help vulnerable customers and taken action.

“Broadband is an essential service for most UK households, and tariffs such as these, offered by Sky and NOW, ensure it remains available to those who cannot afford full priced packages.

“With many vulnerable people having never heard of social tariffs, it is important these offers are well promoted among Sky and NOW’s customers, to ensure everyone who is eligible has the chance to sign up.

“If you are not eligible for a social tariff, or the option isn’t currently available in your location, there are many competitive tariffs available if you’re looking to switch.



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