This is probably something Sky would like to warn you about before the live debut comes out earlier this month.
It is this increase in the bill that Ofcom wants to help consumers avoid by forcing suppliers to find out that the deal ends soon.
Sky, which is now owned by US giant Comcast, is adamant it has done nothing wrong. The satellite TV company says it does not consider its stand-alone pay-TV services to be in the definition of an electronic communications service and does not consider it necessary to comply with the new set of rules.
However, Ofcom responded with a statement that it considers that, as a provider of pay-TV services transmitted over a satellite distribution network, Sky provides an electronic communications service and, as such, is a regulated provider and is required to comply with them.