Sky have today announced plans to offer free 20Mbps broadband as part of its free Sky Everyday Lite package. If your line can handle 20Mbps speeds that’s exactly what you’ll be getting.
To be eligible for the service you need to already be subscribing to Sky TV and the Sky Talk telephone service. That’ll see you qualify for the 20Mbps service, which annoyingly comes with a 2GB a month data cap. The service launches on June 1st.
Also launching on June 1st is Sky’s new Unlimited package. It offers unlimited, uncapped broadband from £7.50 a month.
Sky promise that Unlimited subscribers will not suffer from “usage caps, fair use policies or traffic management”, meaning that even data-intensive internet use like iPlayer streaming or file-sharing will not affect the download and upload speeds Sky are offering.
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By Gerald Lynch | April 23rd, 2010