Sky landline and call charges to soar by inflation-busting 6%: Sky is increasing its landline and call charges by more than 6% – more than four times the rate of inflation – and is to charge £12 a year for its previously free 1571 answerphone service.
BSkyB has held talks with some of the country's largest mobile phone companies about launching a mobile phone service. The satellite broadcaster is understood to have held early-stage discussions with Vodafone, EE and O2 about a capacity deal for a "virtual" mobile phone network under the Sky brand. It is the latest sign of convergence between fixed and mobile telecoms operators and comes as BT prepares to launch its consumer mobile phone service through a wholesale deal with EE next year.
Higher Demand for Sky
Demand soars for sky services on the go: Growing numbers of viewers want to watch their favourite shows while on the move via smartphones and tablets, lifting sales at BSkyB
17 Oct '14
Something weird going on?
Why is there a (seemingly) automatic sell off at 850? BT playing games?
17 Oct '14
What's the point have having a dedicated European channel when they have lost the rights to the Champion League from next season?? Over 20% of subscribers have Sky Sports, how many will there be next year?
17 Oct '14
Customer growth at BSKYB
Sky adds 46,000 new TV customers in three months: British Sky Broadcasting has increased its lead as the biggest subscription television service and has made more progress in selling other services like internet and phone deals to its customers.
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