Previously marketed under two separate services – SKY Player on the PC and Xbox, and SKY Mobile on iOS devices, SKY is looking to simplify its mobile television offering with each customer being allowed to register up to two devices to watch a range of channels on the go. I’ve used the SKY Mobile on both my iPad and iPhone to watch things like The Ashes while I’m away from my house, and the service was almost faultless offering the best consistent streaming television service I’ve seen.
Available free to all Sky TV customers, Sky Go will provide flexible access to Sky content across multiple devices including the iPhone, iPad, PC and Mac. Launching on July 6 th , it brings together two existing services: Sky Player, Sky’s online TV service, and Sky Mobile TV, the UK’s largest mobile TV service, with these services rebranded as Sky Go . Offering even more value from the Sky subscription, this will allow customers to watch live linear channels in line with their subscription while on the move in the UK and Ireland.
Sky Go will be available from August to non-Sky TV customers, with monthly subscriptions priced from £15-£40. Exactly which channels are available varies between the iOS client and the PC client, but there is a handy PDF guide available here.
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