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- To find out the best deal for you.
- To report a loss in supply.
What Products and Services Come With Sky Broadband?
Sky Broadband is an internet service for Sky customers.To set it up, call the Sky Broadband contact. There are a number of packages available at different prices. The cheapest is Sky Broadband Unlimited, which is £3.75 a month for the first 12 months. The most expensive is Sky Fibre Unlimited Pro which costs £30 a month, with twice the speed of the cheapest package. All of the packages come with a Sky Hub wireless router, Sky WiFi, which allows you to access hundreds of hotspots around the country and Sky Talk line rental, a phone line which claims to be cheaper than Sky’s main competitor BT. Sky Broadband also offers a dedicated support service, both online and over the phone, which helps you with switching your broadband, setting up the service, connecting your devices, understanding the usage limits, problems with connections and problems viewing websites. When you call the Sky Broadband Contact, you can discuss problems with your connections, upgrading your account or cancelling your account.
About Sky Broadband
Sky Broadband was founded in 2006, and by 2007 had reached one million customers, going up to four million in 2012. The service is currently only available in the UK, but it will be available in the Republic of Ireland soon. The Sky Broadband headquarters are in London.
May 13th, 2014
Media mogul Rupert Murdoch has revived his plans to buy out Sky’s sister companies in Germany and Italy for £8.3 billion. It would create a European pay-TV giant.
The move comes just shy of three years after Rupert Murdoch was forced to abandon his plans to take full control of BSkyB which 21st Century Fox owns a 39% stake in. They were abandoned after the phone-hacking scandal surrounding News Of The World heaped controversy upon his media empire.
The potential deal would bring together almost 20 million customers who will generate £11 billion in revenues and £1.3 billion in profits. It could also be a prelude to a renewed bid to take over the UK’s largest pay-TV broadcaster in the future.
Claire Enders, the chief executive of the media strategy firm Ender Analysis, believes this is inevitable. She told The Guardian newspaper: “The attempt to take control of BSkyB before was the first stage in a plan for full consolidation,” she said. “Step two or step three could be [taking 100% control of BSkyB]“.
The Italian and German deal could bring about an official investigation on two fronts: Ofcom in the UK and in Brussels. Sajid Javid, who is the newly appointed culture secretary, said that Ofcom could conduct a test into public interest. However, there are unlikely to be concerns in that regard. There is “little to worry UK authorities” because Murdoch’s plan is strictly a European deal.
BSkyB say there is no real guarantee that a deal to create what is being called Sky Europe will actually happen. The company said in a statement: “These discussions have not progressed beyond a preliminary stage, no agreement has been reached on terms, value or transaction structure and there is no certainty that a transaction will occur.”
March 19th, 2014
Sky has completely overhauled the homepage for Sky + and launched a refreshed version of it. The new Sky homepage puts greater emphasis on its electronic programing guide. Services such as On Demand, Sky Store and the Sky+ Planner have been given equal weight alongside its live content in the new layout. The broadcaster describes the changes as the biggest change to their service since the launch of digital TV.
A more thorough search bar has been included on the new Sky homepage. This will hopefully allow viewers to search for content not only based on title, but also actors, events, channels, genres and more. Sky say that updates to their Sky homepage such as this are the first of many. They hope to also install a smarter recommendations engine that will be based around your watch history.
Sky’s brand director Luke Bradley-Jones said: “With so much fantastic TV on offer, we know it can sometimes be difficult to decide what to watch,”
“Our new homepage means it’s now much easier to quickly find what you want, when you want to watch it – whether that’s the big Premier League clash or catching up on Game of Thrones.
“The new homepage is a really important innovation, putting Sky+ at the heart of the connected home. And there’s even more to come, with a smart new approach to recommendations coming later this year.”
Sky’s mobile and tablet apps have also been updated to bring them in sync with the new Sky homepage. These should be available to download from the customers’ specific app stores. The updates to their mobile software also includes a feature that enables you to turn your Sky HD box on and off with your mobile or tablet.
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