If you are a Sky customer, you may be wondering if you can cancel your contract due to a price increase. The good news is that yes, you can cancel your contract if Sky raises its prices, but there are some things to keep in mind.
Firstly, Sky must give you notice of any price increase. They are required to do this at least 30 days before the increase takes effect, and they must tell you how much the increase will be. This gives you time to decide whether you want to keep your contract or cancel it.
If you do decide to cancel your contract, you will need to do so within 30 days of receiving the notice of the price increase. You can do this by contacting Sky directly or by using their online cancellation form.
It is important to note that if you are still within the minimum term of your contract, there may be cancellation fees. These fees can be quite high, so it is worth checking your contract to see what the terms and conditions are.
If you are outside of the minimum term of your contract, you can cancel without any additional fees. However, if you have any outstanding bills or payments, these will need to be settled before you are able to cancel.
In summary, yes, you can cancel your Sky contract due to a price increase, but it is important to check the terms and conditions of your contract to see if there are any cancellation fees. You will also need to cancel within 30 days of receiving notice of the price increase. If you do decide to cancel, make sure you settle any outstanding bills or payments before doing so.