Sky Broadband Unlimited Fibre launches 12th April 2012
From April 12th, 2012 Sky are introducing Sky Broadband Unlimited Fibre to people who live in a fibre network area. Sky Broadband Unlimited Fibre will cost £20 a month for new and existing customers taking Sky Talk calls and Line Rental.
You could benefit from having faster broadband speeds if you live in a busy household with lots of people using the internet through a number of different devices all at the same time. You may also benefit if you use the internet for 'heavy' online activities, such as HD streaming, certain types of high responsive games or downloading very large files. If your line can't currently support fast broadband, fibre optic broadband could also be a good choice.
If you think Sky Broadband Unlimited Fibre could be right for you please visit the official webpage.
Sky will ask for your landline number so they can check fibre availability in your area.
Limited coverage, fibre network areas only. Sky Broadband Unlimited Fibre will be on sale on sky.com/broadband from 12 April. £50 standard set-up. Wireless router self-set up required otherwise £30 extra. Sky Talk calls packages £0-5 a month. Sky Line Rental £12.25 a month. Compatible line required for Sky Talk otherwise connection charge from £39 may apply. 12 month minimum subscriptions apply. Speeds vary with location and line quality. External factors such as internet congestion can affect speed.
For further information and our comprehensive Sky Fibre Broadband - FAQ please see our dedicated forum.
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