Sky launches ‘Sky Glass’ TV that does not want a satellite tv for pc dish

Sky Glass doesn't need a satellite dish to get the channels (Twitter/Sky)

Sky Glass doesn’t want a satellite tv for pc dish to get the channels (Twitter/Sky)

Sky clients will not have to put in satellite tv for pc dishes, after the corporate launched the ‘Sky Glass’ TV, a WiFi geared up tv.

Sky Glass is a 4K tv obtainable on a £13 per 30 days subscription, obtainable from 18 October, without having for a satellite tv for pc dish.

To obtain Sky’s full package deal of channels, clients beforehand needed to set up a satellite tv for pc dish on their properties.

But the new Sky Glass can obtain the total vary of Sky programming, together with reside broadcasts and programme recording, by means of WiFi.

This would open up the service to clients in rental lodging which are unable to put in satellite tv for pc dishes on their properties.

According to Sky, the TV will be arrange in a matter of minutes, versus typically days of ready for a contractor to put in a dish.

While Sky already presents some tv channels on web connections on its Now TV model, it has but to supply the total vary of options {that a} Sky Q field does. Its TV over broadband characteristic already exists for different markets, like Italy, Austria and Germany.

EDITORIAL USE ONLY EVP and CEO UK & Europe, Stephen Van Rooyen speaking in London at the official launch of Sky Glass, the new streaming television from Sky with its' services built in, available to buy in the UK from Monday October 18. Picture date: Thursday October 6, 2021. PA Photo. The television marks the first time customers in the UK can get Sky TV over Wi-Fi, with no satellite dish or box needed. Photo credit should read: Matt Crossick/PA Wire

Sky CEO UK & Europe, Stephen Van Rooyen talking in London on the official launch of Sky Glass (Credits: PA)

Customers who have already got dishes and a Sky Q field put in have had the flexibility to stream over the web for a while, with providers like Netflix and Amazon Prime Video built-in options.


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