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Sky Ultimate TV gives you Sky Q and Netflix on a single subscription for £25 per month

All Sky's TV packages come with an 18-month contract and you can switch an existing Netflix account to this subscription

Not content with bundling Sky and BT Sport together in a single subscription, or signing an exclusive deal with Disney Plus, Sky has unveiled a new TV package – called Sky Ultimate TV – that gives you Sky Q and Netflix for a single price of £25/mth.

It’s been possible to watch Netflix on Sky for some time, via the dedicated Netflix app in Apps menu, but this required you to pay for your Sky package on one payment and manage your Netflix subscription separately. 

Sky Ultimate TV brings these services together by combining the new Sky Signature package with a Netflix membership for a minimum of £25/mth. Sky Signature includes more than 300 channels, 40 catch up channels and 500 box sets.

The basic Sky Unlimited package gives you Sky Signature with an SD Netflix subscription. This allows you to watch Netflix on one device. Upgrading your Netflix plan to include HD shows adds £6 to the monthly price and increases this limit to two devices

Adding Netflix Premium, for up to Ultra HD-quality channels, is £10/mth extra and is available on four devices.

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These two latter upgrades will also give you access to HD Sky channels, but you’ll need a Sky Q 2TB box if you want to upgrade to the UHD add-on. What’s more, you’ll need to pay a £20 installation fee for Sky Q. 

Sky Signature usually costs £30/mth but this deal drops it down to £19 when bought with a basic Netflix plan, which costs £5.99 when bought on its own. A standard Netflix plan costs £8.99/mth when bought separately, and a Premium Netflix plan is £11.99/mth. 

All Sky’s TV packages come with an 18-month minimum contract and, if you already have Netflix account, you can switch it over to Sky as part of the signup process. 

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