Get Sky TV & Netflix free for a month with this Sky Stream trialon February 13, 2023 at 12:10 Tech Advisor


Right now, you can sign up for Sky TV and Netflix Basic for free. As the deal is a 31-day rolling contract, you can cancel before you are billed. Sky is also waiving its set-up fee, making for a total saving of £68.95.  

This deal is available if you sign up for Sky Stream, a box that gives you all the benefits of Sky without having to get a satellite dish or a brand-new telly. You simply plug it into your TV’s HDMI slot like an Amazon Fire TV Stick. This free trial is only available in the UK. If you’re in the US, you might like to find out how you can watch HBO Max for free.

With it, you’ll be able to watch all episodes of Sky’s latest hit The Last of Us for free. You could also stream the likes of Succession and The White Lotus and watch big Netflix hits like Wednesday and Harry & Meghan.  


What to Watch claims that this deal is available until Thursday 16 February 2023. We have contacted Sky for confirmation.

If you go for the 31-day rolling contract, then you’ll pay £29 per month after the free trial ends. If you’re committed to Sky Stream, then you could also opt for the 18-month contract for £26 per month, which also offers a one-month free trial.  

The channels included in Sky’s Entertainment package include Sky Max, Sky Atlantic, Sky Showcase, National Geographic, Discovery and Eurosport.

If you want Sky Cinema, Sky Sports, BT Sports or Sky Kids, then you can add these as optional extras when you build your package (the Sports channels have discounts available, but only on the long-term contracts).  

In addition, you will have to pay extra if you want UHD & Dolby Atmos (priced at £6 per month), and ad skipping (priced at £5 per month). These are both monthly rolling, so you can swap and change as you please.  

As Netflix Basic is included, your streaming quality will be capped, and no simultaneous streams will be available. However, you can upgrade to either Netflix Standard (£4 extra per month) or Netflix Premium (£8 extra per month). You can read up on our comparison of the Netflix plans to see which is right for you.  

If you’re interested in Sky’s other offerings, you can read up on our reviews of Sky Glass and Sky Q.  

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