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Sky News Update: New Wi-Fi Launched

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Sky News Update: The release of a new Sky+ HD box that incorporates wireless technology permits customers more freedom for catch-up and On Demand television. Sky have just announced the launch of their new Wi-Fi connected box, meaning that users no longer have to worry about where their TV is positioned, as proximity to the router is no longer a matter. Previously, Sky Subscribers have had to ensure that their box has been connected to their router, through either Ethernet, or through an alternative Wi-Fi adapter, to ensure they can access Sky Demand through their TV. However the new addition of the Wi-Fi box, means that users no longer have to worry about this, and gives them the freedom of where their TV is positioned lending a whole new dimension to the ease of the viewing process. In terms of setting up the Wi-Fi box, again Sky have made it as straightforward as possible for customers, to ensure a hassle free procedure. The Sky+HD and Sky+HD 2TB boxes are connected simply through the press of a couple of buttons. Then when connected, customers can access all on offer from Sky On Demand, with amazing features such as over 30 days of Catch Up TV as well as a plethora of movies to choose from Sky Movies, as well as the Sky Store. Regarding costing the On Demand service Sky provides is free of charge to all customers who already have a subscription that connects them to their Sky+HD box to broadband connection. However, what on demand content available to you is dependant on the subscription you hold.

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Sky customers who are yet to use the On demand service are in luck, as Sky are offering them a free On Demand connector, meaning they can then connect to the Wi-Fi network from their set-top box. To date, Sky has a phenomenal 2.7 million subscribers to its On Demand service, with an estimated 6 million downloads per week. And there’s more good news for Sky customers as Sky have just announced that over the next coming year, another 30 channels will be added to the already large selection of channels available. These channels include the Disney Channel, Cartoon Network and Dave. If you require anymore information on the services on offer from Sky or you wish to look into the packages you can buy into please visit the Sky website. Otherwise if you wish to speak to someone directly please call the Sky helpline.

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