How much is a typical fibre-broadband / TV / phone package?
Question: Broadly speaking, what is the typical monthly cost for a decent fibre-broadband / TV (including Sky Cinema and Sky / BT Sport) / standard landline package? I don't mean the introductory offer price, which is always artificially lowered, but the normal price you can expect to pay once the introductory period has ended.
I am finding it virtually impossible to put a figure on this as every internet search takes you to each provider's introductory price. What is a typical, ball-park monthly price for the above package once you become an 'existing customer'?
Re: How much is a typical fibre-broadband / TV / phone package?
16-11-201915:56 - edited 16-11-201915:57
Virgin are quoting me £122.50 per month for a one-year continuation of their VIP package: 320mbps broadband, full HD TV service (including Sky Cinema, all the Sky Sport channels & BT Sport) plus landline phone and 'Anytime' call service. This represents an £11 per month discount on the standard price.
Is this good value in terms of what's on offer in the market?