Watching a TV-show at the exact moment it is broadcasted including adverts is outdated. Many people use at least some kind of streaming service to watch their favourite series, films and TV-programs. Sky is one of those streaming services. But what quality streaming services does this telecom company offer? Will they offer steady streaming or will there be lots of bugs and delays? Will you be able to watch your favourite series via their website? Will it be difficult to subscribe to Sky? And what kind of customer service will this streaming channel offer when you can’t access the website or another technical issue appears? Only people who already watched TV or accessed the internet via Sky can tell you about these things. Read their reviews to understand what Sky is all about. Their experiences, comments, ratings and opinions can show you what you can expect when you subscribe to Sky.
Sky is a telecom provider. There are various kinds of services that you can choose from. Their Sky Fibre Max is their broadcast deal. Via Sky Talk Anytime Extra, they will provide you with free unlimited calls. You can also choose Sky Broadband & TV. That offer provides you with average fibre internet speeds of 63Mb. The package also includes over 300 entertainment channels and, again, those free unlimited calls. If you don’t need broadband internet, you can choose Sky TV, which only offers you television services. There are multiple TV-packages that you can choose from. The kind of packages can include Sky Sports, Sky Cinema, Sky Q Sequence and Sky Kids. So there will always be something for the whole family, depending on which package you choose. Sports fans, children and film lovers all have their own packages with channels selected for your entertainment. Some of the programs can be watched on demand as a kind of streaming service. That way, you can watch a sports event of the film whenever you want and not when a broadcast decides it’s time for a new episode. They work together with Netflix, so there is an option for both Netflix and Sky Film. If you have no need for internet and/or TV, you can choose their Sky Mobile. That offer contains 2Gb data and enables you to call via your mobile phone no matter where you are.
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Services of Sky
You can subscribe to their services via their website. Just select the packages that you want and make a payment. You can also ask Sky to help you choose. And there is a Sky customer service department to offer some advice if you can’t figure something out.
Complaints, Compliments and Tips for Sky
Are you already subscribed to Sky? Then, we would be grateful if you would tell us about your Sky experience. Do they offer all the television channels that you would like to see? How easy is their on-demand streaming service? And could their customer service of Sky help you when your broadband internet had no connection? Add a Sky review and share your own story. You can also check out reviews on companies that offer similar products and services and make up your mind about them through other's honest reviews.
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Service is good ,I am using data services since two years for calling,digital services etc.. Rates are common and offers as some others providers also giving What is good..No issue I ha noticed so far..So you can say hasle free
Dreadful. We spend a fortune monthly and have no value for money. Wifi is patchy and we frequently spend hours a week unplugging and resetting routers/Q boxes trying to get a better signal. We are supposed to get 80MBs but routinely get 1.4MBs. When we ring up, we are told that its because we have too many devices. This is the 21st century - everyone is working from home and everyone has a couple of laptops, mobiles, nest and X boxes. If these cant be supported in the current world, then it isnt fit for purpose.