Sky launches Fibre Max with speeds of up to 76Mb
Sky has just launched Sky Fibre Max, which seems to be a bit of a rebrand job for what is currently known as Sky Fibre Unlimited Pro.
Virgin customers may sneer but Sky Fibre Max offers download speeds of up to 76Mb and, perhaps just as importantly, totally unlimited usage. The cost of the deal is £25 a month, plus Sky Line Rental.
Sky Fibre Max is now Sky’s fastest broadband product and Sky says the product allows customers to download their favourite music album in up to five seconds, TV shows like Game of Thrones and Billions in less than a minute, and popular movies like Spectre and The Martian in less than two minutes – all at the same time, on multiple devices. We trust they’re talking about Sky Go and not some less reputable sources!
Lyssa McGowan, Director, Communication Products, Sky commented: “We’ve introduced Sky Fibre Max to give new and existing customers more choice to access our fastest broadband product at a competitive price. The new product represents Sky’s continued commitment to develop our broadband and fibre offering with fantastic customer service.”
Sky Fibre Max joins Sky Fibre Unlimited (up to 38Mb download speeds, unlimited usage), Sky Fibre (up to 38Mb download speeds, 25GB monthly usage cap) and Sky Broadband Unlimited (up to 17Mb, unlimited usage).
As a note to existing Sky Fibre Unlimited Pro subscribers, the product will no longer be available for new customers but it will be maintained for existing users.
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