JD Buckley, Ann-Marie MacKay, Sky Ireland

Sky to begin offering fibre broadband in January 2015

Pictured: JD Buckley, Ann-Marie MacKay, Sky Ireland

12 December 2014

Sky Ireland will be offering a 100mb/s fibre broadband service to 1 million homes from next month.  Sky Fibre will launch in January 2015 with an introductory offer of six months free service with a €30 line rental charge.

JD Buckley, managing director, Sky Ireland, said: “Last year we introduced Sky Broadband & Talk becoming the first truly nationwide triple play provider and the fastest growing ISP in Ireland… It’s an important part of Sky’s continued commitment to invest in Ireland, which we’re doing through jobs, content production, and crucially through new products and services for our customers.”

Ann-Marie MacKay, director of products at Sky Ireland, added: “Whether you’re watching something on Sky’s Catch Up TV service in the living room, while the kids are browsing the internet or streaming music on their tablets or smartphones, Sky Fibre offers enough capacity for the whole household and we won’t manage traffic or slow you down. It’s the perfect complement to Sky TV which offers thousands of hours of On Demand content including movies and box sets, as well as the Sky Go streaming app and Sky+ app.”

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