Sky announces the end of the satellite dish

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Sky plans in the future for all of its channels and online content, which means customers no longer need a satellite to a dish on your property.

The pay-TV channel already provides some channels online on its Now TV platform, as well as catch-up services.

Sky called the move an “important development” that would reduce the cost and enable it to tap into new markets.

It is a response to the move away from expensive pay-TV subscriptions in favor of streaming services such as Netflix.

Italy will have its first market, all the Sky channels online, followed by Austria.

Explore opportunities for growth should contribute to sales and profits, Sky.

Jeremy Darroch, chief executive, said he expects the consumer to remain environment claim “full”.

Reporting its results for the six months to December 31. December, Sky said, the average revenue per user in the UK and Ireland its largest market – fell by £1 to £46 per month.

However, the number of customers leaving Sky – the “churn” rate decreased from 11.6% to until the end of 2016 to 11.2%.

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The number of retail customers in the UK and Ireland rose from 255,000 to 12.9 million, while the company added 365,000 new customers, the total to 22.9 million.

The like-for-like sales rose by 5% to £6.7 bn in the half year, while the profit before tax 106 £448m jumped from £, in comparison with the same period in the previous year.

To buy in the last year, 21st Century Fox, a bid is made, the 61% of Sky that it does not own. Both companies are controlled by media mogul Rupert Murdoch.

This week, the United Kingdom (UK Competition and Markets Authority ruled that the proposed acquisition was in the public interest for the sake of maintaining the diversity of the media.

Since Fox made the offer, they agreed, could be a result of the takeover by Disney, the US media giant will end up owning the sky.