Sky customers are just realising they’re overpaying for Netflix – check your account now

SKY customers may be pointlessly overspending on their Netflix account.

Sky packages include access to Netflix as standard.

Sky Glass and Sky Stream include Netflix as standard


Sky Glass and Sky Stream include Netflix as standard

However, some viewers may be wasting money by continuing their separate Netflix subscription.

Sky Q, Sky Glass and Sky Stream all offer Netflix as part of your plan.

So if you have an old separate Netflix account, you can save a tidy sum by canceling it now and using the platform through Sky instead.

Fortunately, there’s an easy way to do this without having to cancel.

All you have to do is sign in to Sky with your existing Netflix data.

Sky will then get in touch with Netflix for you and arrange everything so you can pay for it through your Sky bill at a cheaper price.

And just because you subscribe through Sky doesn’t mean you can only watch the show on your TV.

You can still watch it as usual on an iPhone, Android phone, tablet or other device.

Sky offers Netflix Basic with its subscriptions at no extra cost.

So keep in mind that restrictions may apply if you previously had a premium Netflix subscription.

Even then, it’s cheaper – you can pay £4 for a standard Netflix subscription or £8 for the premium subscription through Sky.

So make sure you and no one else in your household still has a separate Netflix account to save money.

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