So you're ready to treat yourself to a brand new Sky Q deal? Good timing, as it's never been cheaper to get a Sky Q box into your home with prices starting as low as £20 a month.
New Sky TV customers can get a 1TB Sky Q box even on the cheapest package going. The Sky Q box not only gives you the freedom to watch Sky TV all around your home, but also the ability to pause the TV in one room and pick up in the other. For those who like to watch in Ultra HD, the Sky Q 2TB box is for you.
THE BEST CURRENT SKY Q DEAL
First of all, you'll need to be paying for Sky Entertainment, and then you can get a pretty cheap Sky Q deal like the one below.
For those who have several screens in their house and want to watch Sky TV channels from them all, sign up for Sky Q Multiscreen for an extra £12 a month. There's a £20 one-off fee for adding a Sky Q mini box to one other room, and any additional Sky Q mini boxes will have a one-off cost of £99. However, although costly, if you do decide to opt in for multiscreen, it'll lower the cost of the 2TB Sky Q box from £199 to £65, and all of your channels will be in Ultra HD.
THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT THE 1TB BOX
The 1TB hard drive can store up to 500 hours of standard definition recorded TV. You can also record three shows at once while watching a fourth one live. There's also the option of upgrading your channels to HD from as little as £5 extra a month.
There's a £20 one-off set-up fee, then monthly prices start from £20 and you can add extras like Sky Box Sets and Sky Kids for £5 extra a month each. Sky Cinema is £10 extra and multiple sports packages are available from £20 a month. All these options are offered once you head on over to Sky.
THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT THE SKY 2TB BOX
The 2TB Sky Q box is an alternative option when signing up for a Sky TV deal. So what's the difference aside from double the storage space meaning you can now store up to 1,000 hours of TV? Well, you can now record six shows at once while watching a seventh live too. You're also getting the fancier Bluetooth Sky Q Touch remote control with a touchpad control feature.
There's a rather pricey catch to this upgrade though as the setup fee rises from a mere £20 to a pretty unreasonable £199. Don't worry, there is a way to get it for less and you'll get a visual upgrade too.
THE ULTRA HD SKY Q BOX
Technically the same 2TB box, but you can unlock the Ultra HD visuals (and knock down the upfront cost to £65) by opting for Sky Q Multiscreen. This is an incredibly popular feature, not just for family homes, but even solo/couple residents wanting to enjoy Sky TV in the living room and upstairs too.
Sky Q Multiscreen costs £12 a month and you'll need to pay a one off £20 fee for the Sky Q Mini box to use on your secondary TV too. Sky Q Multiscreen customers can also watch Sky TV on up to two tablets at the same time too. Perfect for kicking the kids off the big TV when you want to watch something instead!
Don't forget, you'll need a 4K TV to enjoy Ultra HD visuals. If you're yet to pick one up, take a look at our picks of the best 4K TVs.
For a full rundown of the latest Sky TV offers, be sure to check out our extensive Sky TV deals and packages guide, which includes Sky Q and Multiscreen too, along with bolt-ons like Sky Box Sets, Sky Cinema, Sky Sports... and so on.