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    Roll-out to other ISPs?

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      Roll-out to other ISPs?

      Will it - or won't it?


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      Re: Roll-out to other ISPs?

      Sky have said that they will and are currently testing it's performance across a range of other ISPs (incl it's own Connect service).

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      Re: Roll-out to other ISPs?

      You have to look at the title Steve, Will it - or won't it? - Roll out to other ISPs.

      It will eventually, after all the Sky BB users, including Connect I would think, are connected.

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      Re: Roll-out to other ISPs?

      That is Anytime+ Steve, it is an old report dating back to June. It has been overtaken by recent events where it has been rolled out to Sky broadband users, not just testers.

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      Sorry for the cryptic message. Just swapping my old thomson for a nice new terabyte box courtesy of the 149 upgrade deal - but not a sky broadband user and am on a corporate zen connection...

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      Re: Roll-out to other ISPs?

      Quote Originally Posted by Jabes View Post
      Sorry for the cryptic message. Just swapping my old thomson for a nice new terabyte box courtesy of the 149 upgrade deal - but not a sky broadband user and am on a corporate zen connection...
      If you want Anytime+ now then you will have to signup to Sky boardband unlimited.Sky are going to do other ISP's but could be some time.

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      Re: Roll-out to other ISPs?

      I bet you they will roll it out to other ISPs like BBC did with the original iPlayer by selecting specific ISPs as part of their trials.

      I hope Sky will do a deal with BT to allow Infinity customers to access Anytime+. We are more than capable of handling it.

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      Re: Roll-out to other ISPs?

      I hope Sky will do a deal with BT to allow Infinity customers to access Anytime+. We are more than capable of handling it.
      Maybe they will not want Cable/Fibre users as they will steal all the bandwidth available.

      Bt or Virgin have not made their VoD available to other ISPs.

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