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Sky Broadband: Flexible Friend

This is a guest post by Kane Dorey

Somewhere, high above the atmosphere, the Astra satellite fleet orbits planet earth. The signals being beamed back and forth are opted by the aptly named Sky TV. But while its multitude of television channels are emerging from the cosmos, Sky’s broadband deals are well and truly terrestrial. Bringing these diffuse transmission technologies into your home as one package is what makes Sky a unique force in multimedia, and perhaps the best broadband provider around.


Sky’s award-winning broadband & TV package offers high-speed internet and an impressive choice of satellite viewing packs. The Unlimited internet deal is particularly attractive to an increasing, heavy-use internet market that has grown frustrated at ‘fair usage’ policies and bandwidth restrictions. It also allows customers to opt out of the TV package entirely. After all, if you get all your education and entertainment from the internet, why would you need 200 TV channels?


If TV is your preferred method of home entertainment, and you only require the internet for email and web-browsing, you can opt for Sky’s add-on deal, allowing you 20Mb broadband at no extra cost. The ‘Everyday Lite’ deal is the perfect foil to the Unlimited package, and demonstrated just how well Sky understands the widely varying needs of customers.


For new customers, the ‘Fairytale Deal’ brings you all of Sky’s services for less than £20 per month. Log on to the Sky website to find out about the assorted TV packs – Variety, Music, Knowledge, Style & Culture, News & Events and Children’s - you can get as part of the deal.

BSkyB was formed in 1990 following a merger between Sky Television and British Satellite Broadcasting. With the launch of the Astra 2A satellite in 1997 came the launch of Sky’s fully digital service. Sky Broadband now has more than two million subscribers, making it the fourth most popular ISP in the UK (behind BT, Virgin Media and Talk Talk). Visit the Sky website for more information on their best broadband deals.


The price and availability of all products mentioned in the above article is subject to change.


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