Multi Channel Upgrade
Relying on the sun can be a risky game in New Zealand. Luckily, this summer you can be prepared for Mother Nature’s tantrums with a premium SKY channel upgrade for only $5 for the first month.*
Upgrade to SoHo and entertain yourself in a tropical cyclone. Or choose SKY Sport, and catch the BLACKCAPS v West Indies, HSBC Sevens or the World Darts Championship plus lots more. Get your summer back up plan ready today.
OR CALL OUR SKY CREW ON 0800 759 759
Additional Terms and Conditions
- *Conditions apply: Offer only available to SKY direct domestic customers. Must subscribe to the Basic Package.
- **To upgrade to the Rugby Channel, you must be a SKY Sport customer.
- Offer not available to customers who have terminated their premium channel subscription within 30 days of taking up this offer.
- After the one month promotional period ends, standard charges will apply for each upgraded channel in addition to your monthly subscription.
- Prices are correct as of 1 November 2017, are payable in advance and are subject to change. Offer ends 20 December 2017.
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