Sky has launched their Black Friday deals early and has lowered the price of one its popular streaming televisions to just £11. The tech and telecoms brand has discounted a huge range of products and services across its site.
Their deals come six days earlier than one of the biggest shopping events of the calendar year, Black Friday which officially takes place on Friday, November 25 this year. Sky has reduced prices across its TV and mobile deals as well as broadband services but one discount in particular stands out this year.
Sky has reduced the price of its Glass product which officially launched in the UK in October 21. Sky Glass is still one of the few televisions which can stream everything you need, direct from your broadband router as it doesn't require a satellite dish or TV box.
The 43-inch Glass TV is now at its lowest price ever of £11. That's a monthly cost for the TV based on a contract taken out with Sky but the price has never been that low, the lowest monthly price since its launch has been £13 a month.
TV lovers who are looking to get a cheap deal on a new streaming TV may want to consider the new Sky Glass deal which is based over 48 months and also requires a Sky TV subscription. Sky customers who already have a TV subscription will only need to add on the £11 a month for Glass.
Sky's TV deals start from £25 in their Black Friday sale with packages including Netflix, Sky Sports, Sky Cinema, and more. Glass comes in three sizes and five colours but the £11 deal is for the smallest size, in any colour. Other sizes of the Glass include a 55 inch and 65 inch with the colours for all models including ceramic white, dusky pink, racing green, ocean blue and anthracite black.
The voice-activation in Sky Glass, similar to Amazon’s Alexa device, also lets you browse channels, pick one to watch and add your favourite shows to your Playlist. There’s a remote that comes with it but with voice-activation if you’ve lost the remote (usually down the back of the sofa) you can just say “Hello Sky,...” with your command.