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    Sky by Broadband reborn as Sky Anytime

    This is a discussion on Sky by Broadband reborn as Sky Anytime within the Sky news and announcements forums, part of the SkyUser Announcements category; SKY ANYTIME Sky Anytime gives you more flexibility and greater control of your Sky viewing experience by delivering what you ...

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      Sky by Broadband reborn as Sky Anytime

      SKY ANYTIME

      Sky Anytime gives you more flexibility and greater control of your Sky viewing experience by delivering what you want when you want it.

      Sky Anytime on PC gives you access to hundreds of blockbuster movies, sports and great TV entertainment on your PC.

      Download movies and see the highlights of major sports events. Buy or rent episodes of your favourite programmes like Lost and Weeds. To get started you need to download the Sky Anytime application to your PC.

      Sky Anytime on Mobile brings up-to-the-minute national and international news, sports updates, gossip from the entertainment world, even local weather reports to your mobile. Use it to set your Sky+ box to record too – from anywhere, at anytime. Or place a bet on your favourite team with Sky Bet while you’re out and about.

      Are you a Vodafone or Orange 3G customer? If you are and would like to watch a mix of live or made for mobile channels like Sky News, Sky Sports News, MTV, Living, Discovery and more – you can do that too. All via a single, easy to install application that looks just like your Sky TV guide.

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      I have tried to get Sky Anytime but when I log into my Sky account under extra services it isnt there. Any ideas why??

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      Same here @prorideruk,

      Just comes up with SkyByBroadband? And if I install that version the new features are missing!

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      i dont even get the option of SkyByBroadband let alone SkyAnytime......

      I log in and in my account details there is nothing at all listed under the services bit....

      thats useful!!

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      If this was a p2p service then I would probably use this, but as it is I don't like the way this service operates.

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      you have to open the sky broadband service itself, not the website, and then install the new serrvice from there..... it is explained in the email you should have got from sky...
      hope this helps

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      Quote Originally Posted by mickb View Post
      and then install the new serrvice from there
      That is what I mean, I don't want to install anything. I did try this when it first started as this app used to freeze my PC on loading, as soon as I removed everything (including registery entries) everything was fine again. This is a p2p service in all but name.

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      I'm not impressed with it anyway - with all the talk about the extra "Entertainment" bit for catching up with episodes of various TV series, I thought it might be a good idea - until I saw that you had to pay for each one! Isn't that what I've already done with my 40 odd per month?!

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      I never released you had to pay, I thought it was a free service for Sky subscribers.

     

     
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