Sky launches new Ultimate bundle

Sky has launched a new Ultimate package for Sky Q viewers. While it has Netflix on board, subscribers won't get Disney+ thrown in.

The new Sky Ultimate TV bundle brings together every episode of the biggest Sky shows and Netflix for £25 a month, including access to every episode of Sky originals like Emmy award-winning Chernobyl, Catherine the Great and Brassic, classic US comedy box sets like Girls and Parks & Recreation from Sky Comedy, or Sex Education, The Witcher, Narcos: Mexico and Stranger Things on Netflix.

That's on top of standard Sky Q apps including live linear TV, catch-up TV, YouTube, Spotify and XITE.

Liz Wynn, Managing Director, Sky TV said: 
With the launch of Sky Ultimate TV, all our customers will get the most talked-about shows from Sky TV and Netflix for an unbeatable £25 a month. From Save Me to The Crown, you’ll get all the episodes whenever you want them, all in one place on our award-winning Sky Q box.

However, Sky Ultimate TV only includes Netflix Basic. To upgrade to Netflix UHD, an extra fee of £10 a month applies.

Meanwhile, the standard base charge of £25 a month increases to £29 following the end of a promotional period.

Disney+ will be "available to purchase" on Sky Q boxes, but hopes of a exclusive, bundled option have faded.