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Sky switches from 18-month contracts to 24-months

Sky has revised its contract policy, extending the duration of agreements from 18 months to 24 months. This change, effective from June 20th, applies to all products, including Sky Broadband, Sky Q, Sky Glass, Sky Stream, Sky Mobile, and the NOW service.

Historically, Sky has offered 18-month contracts to both new customers and existing subscribers seeking to renew. The new policy aims to lock customers in for a longer period, aligning with the industry trend of extended contract durations.

While Sky and EE TV now have 24-month contracts as standard, competitor Virgin Media continues to offer 18-month contracts for the time being. This shift in policy underscores Sky’s strategic move to ensure longer customer retention across its comprehensive range of services.