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Sky mobile

Sky ( is the UK’s biggest ‘triple play’ provider, meaning it offers broadband, home phone, and TV - but no mobile services.

However… that’s set to change pretty soon. In January 2015, Sky announced its step into the world of mobile via a partnership with O2’s parent company Telefonica. Sky mobile will be an MVNO (mobile virtual network operator), using Telefonica’s network to connect all its customers. It’s launching next year so keep your eyes peeled for more news soon.

O2 covers 98% of the UK population, and 51% can connect to its 4G mobile internet. Future Sky mobile customers can expect the same, especially as the deal gives Sky access to the whole range of Telefonica’s 2G, 3G, and 4G services.

If you’re a Vodafone customer enjoying a mobile subscription to Sky Sports or NowTV, don’t fret - Sky’s deal with Telefonica shouldn’t affect its current partnership with Vodafone. As far as we know, you can keep on subscribing for the foreseeable future.

There’s no word just yet on what kind of plans or tariffs Sky is hoping to offer, but as with most quad-play providers, we wouldn’t be surprised if its broadband, TV, and Talk customers can get special deals on mobile phone plans. Watch this space for updates and we’ll keep you in the loop.

Until then, why not read more about Sky’s current packages, or take a look at your options for mobile plans?

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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. If I switch, can I keep my mobile number?
    Yes you can. All you have to do is ask your old network for your Porting Authorisation Code (PAC) before your contract is up. Then give the PAC - likely a nine-digit number - to your new provider and you’ll usually be able to use your old number within a working day.
  2. Is Sky any good?
    There’s no short answer to that, because different providers suit everyone differently. But basically, when it comes to TV in the UK, Sky pretty much rules the roost in terms of availability, channels, features, films, box sets, and sports. When it comes to broadband, it’s a lot trickier to say as there are a lot of factors that affect it - where you live being the main one - but it’s not the fastest that’s widely available.
  3. Is Sky available in my area?
    It depends on whether you want Sky TV, Sky Broadband or Sky Fibre. If it’s Sky TV, almost definitely - it’s satellite TV. If it’s Sky Broadband, probably - you can even get it outside the Sky network area. If it’s Sky Fibre, possibly - it’s available to 50-60% of homes in the UK. Put your postcode in our checker to find out if you can get it.
  4. What Sky packages are there?
    It depends on what you want. There are Sky TV packages (Original Bundle, Variety Bundle, Family Bundle, Cinema Bundle, Sports Bundle, Complete Bundle, Sky Q, Sky Q Silver), Sky Broadband packages (Broadband Unlimited, Fibre, Fibre Unlimited, Fibre Unlimited Pro), and Sky Talk home phone packages (Pay as you Talk, Talk Evenings and Weekends, Talk Anytime, Talk Anytime International).
  5. Can I switch to Sky?
    You can switch to Sky TV as long as you can have a satellite dish put on your home. If you rent your home or live in a listed building you’ll probably need to get permission first. You can switch to Sky Broadband or Sky Fibre as long as you can get them where you live - use our postcode checker to find out - and you have a working phone line. You can get a new one installed if you don’t though.