Sky plans to launch Sky Q sans the satellite dish

Sky Q will be available without a satellite dish from 2018, announced the giant provider Sky. Anyone wishing to see Sky telly using broadband, will need a high-speed fibre-optic connection, as streaming TV needs both a fat bandwidth and data allowance. According to Sky the response to the Sky Q service is very promising as […]

Thank you gifts offered by Sky to customers for Christmas

Sky is giving away to new TV customers, as a thank you gift for Christmas- free access for 3 months to its Sky Box Set. Also current Sky and Sky Box Set customers get a Christmas bargain with a generous offer. Existing customers are being offered a Sky Store Buy & Keep movie vouchers, redeemable […]

Sky Mobile launched, with roll over data, plan flexibility

Sky has launched its mobile phone service called Sky Mobile. For now it has revealed SIM-only plans, but will offer sometime later contracts on handsets. Sky Mobile has a key selling-point of unlimited data roll-over and flexible plans. Sky Mobile will allow subscribers to store their unused data for up to 3 years, plus allow […]

Sky opens sign-up to Sky Mobile, to enter quad play market

Sky is ready to launch its Sky Mobile service and will open pre-registration officially on 31st October. This will start for Sky the role of a so-called quad play provider, entering the market as an Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO), after agreeing on a deal to go piggyback on O2’s network, which was signed nearly […]

Sky Broadband on verge of finishing IPv6 broadband rollout

Sky Broadband has said they have nearly completed their wide-scale roll-out of the Internet Protocol v6 (IPv6) addressing standard over their network, as 90% of customers have been IPv6 enabled. Sky Broadband started their roll-out to upgrade to IPv6 last year, as the first major ISP of UK to do so. Their network is now […]

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