The package promises to be their fastest yet.
Sky recently announced the launch of Sky Fibre Max, the latest addition to their large range of broadband packages which promises to be their fastest yet.
Priced at just £25 a month, with a free Sky Hub worth up to £70 included for any brand new Sky broadband customers, the service is stated to offer broadband speeds of up to a huge 76MB with the ability to carry out unlimited downloads.
This means it’s fast enough to be able to download multiple TV programmes, HD films and music albums across multiple devices in a matter of minutes.
Coming at no additional charge with Sky Fibre Max is a protective software called Sky Broadband Shield which enables customers to restrict access to any kind of website they choose and offers a solid defence against phishing and malware infected sites.
Sky Yahoo Email and Sky Wi-Fi are also included, the latter allowing customers to freely access Wi-Fi in a number of locations, such as Pizza Express, Alton Towers and Wetherspoons, up and down the UK.
Sky Fibre Max can be installed with or without the presence of another Sky package, such as the new Sky Q or Sky Talk.
An Ofcom report carried out in January 2016 named Sky as having the best overall customer service satisfaction when compared to BT, TalkTalk and Virgin Media.
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