Sky has announced that it is launching a new mobile service in the UK, Sky Mobile and the company looks like it is trying to shake things up with mobile.
Sky Mobile will let you use your unused data for up to three years, this is a quite a bit different than the existing carriers.
We felt it was time to shake up the mobile market and give customers a completely new way to manage their mobile plan – something no one else is offering. We’ve designed it based on what people told us they want – it’s easy, flexible and transparent and it puts the customer in control. With £2 billion being wasted each year on unused data in the UK, Sky Mobile customers will only pay for what they use. Plus we’re giving Sky TV customers a fantastic offer which will allow them to get even more value from their subscriptions. It’s time for people to have a smart new way to manage their mobile contract.”
Pre-registrations for Sky Mobile have already reached over 46,000 and customers can continue to register at www.sky.com/getmobile. Sales for Sky Mobile SIM only contracts start in mid-December to existing customers and those who have pre-registered. A full market launch will begin in the New Year. Later in 2017, Sky Mobile will expand its offering to include the best handsets from Apple and Samsung, as well as from other providers to be confirmed nearer the time.
Sky Mobile prices start at £10 a month for 1GB, £15 a month for 3GB and £20 a month for 5GB and non Sky TV customers can also add on unlimited calls and texts for £10 a month.
You can find out more details about the mobile service from Sky at the link below, the company is now taking pre-regitstration for the service.
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