In the last 12 months, Sky's broadband service has grown by more
than 300,000 customers, with over a third of the networks users now
taking out broadband, home phone and TV as part of a
This has had the knock on effect of convincing more customers
than ever before to hook their TV set top box up to a broadband
router to get access to a great range of on demand content.
The top five series, which include Prison Break, True Blood and
The West Wing, gained more than two million views in a single
month. In fact, the number of on-demand downloads trebled in Q3
2014, reaching a total of 257 million views.
But TV's aren't the only place Sky's customers are watching
their favourite shows. Strong broadband connections have allowed
more customers to watch Sky channels directly over the web, using
tablets, PCs and smartphones to view both on-demand and live
content. The network claims 810,000 more customers have signed up
to view content over the web in the last 12 months, with its Sky Go
increasing its user base by 17 percent in the last quarter.
In a statement, a network representative
We are also seeing a rapidly growing customer appetite to watch
content across multiple devices, in and out of the home. Sky Go
further cemented its credentials as the leading mobile TV service
with a 17% increase in registered households and the addition of
five new channels including E! and Home, bringing the total number
of live streamed channels to 68.
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