Sky launches a new gadget that lets you stream TV without a satellite dish


The broadcaster’s latest launch – Sky Stream puck – allows customers to stream Sky without a dish or glass TV

The new Sky Stream puck

Sky added a brand new gadget to its media, allowing all customers to stream its service without a satellite dish or sky glass tv.

The Sky Stream Puck will be available as a standalone device and will allow users to enjoy the Sky Glass experience – including live TV and on-demand apps – via Wi-Fi.

Previously, only customers with Sky’s new all-in-one TV could watch and subscribe to Sky channels without a satellite dish or Sky box. However, the broadcaster has launched the Sky Stream puck to allow those without glass TVs to upgrade their home entertainment setup.

Sky Glass (£13 per month)

This custom-designed 4K TV has everything you need to stream Sky Q indoors. It has a built-in soundbar, hands-free voice commands and HDMI ports so you can connect your game consoles and other gadgets.

Q Lite – Sky Q and superfast broadband (£31 per month)

If you are looking to get a Sky Q box and access fast broadband then this incredible the offer is ideal.

The offer gives customers the chance to subscribe to any of its popular TV and broadband packages at its “best price ever”. at £30 per month.

It would normally cost £25 a month for Sky broadband alone – so it’s a really good deal.

Sky Q, Sky TV and Netflix (£26 per month)

This package is ideal for anyone who wants to enjoy all the latest entertainment on Sky TV and Netflix in one place. It’s offered on an 18-month contract, and there’s a £20 setup fee.

The Sky TV part of the bundle gives access to 100 channels and over 500 box sets, while the Netflix part gives you hundreds of top movies and TV shows. That works out to £6.25 a week and less than a pound a day.

Duration of contract: 18 months | Setup fee: £20

The puck was created to turn on any TV with voice control, personalized recommendations and loads of playlists, which you would get with Sky Glass.

Users can create a playlist with their favorite shows on Apps, Channels, TV Guide and On Demand by tapping the plus button. The gadget is also UHD HD and Dolby Atmos ready and comes with a small voice remote designed for streamers.

This will position Sky against Amazon Fire TV Stick, Apple TV and Roku.

Sky has yet to reveal the price of its Sky Stream puck as the device is due out later this year.

If you want to watch Sky channels via broadband, but don’t want to wait for the puck to launch, you can opt for the Sky Glass TV. It’s currently the only TV built with Sky, meaning users can stream all the channels, shows and apps the service has to offer over WiFi, with no satellite dishes or wires needed.

Sky Glass went on sale last year in October with monthly payment plans starting at £13 per month for a 43-inch TV. Additional pucks were priced at £10 per month.

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Whether you’re looking for deals on TV and broadband packages, or just want to upgrade your current TV package, you can save money on most services.


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