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VIDEO: Reach for the Sky - satellite giant ramps up its service

Company says customers can look forward better storage, connectivity and mobility

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
18th November, 2015
What's in the box?

Sky launched its much hushed new service Sky Q in London on Wednesday, presenting what is essentially a highly ramped up version of Sky+ HD.

The service, which will be available in early 2016, will offer all of the existing services of Sky+ HD with a greater focus on storage space, connectivity, and mobility.

Up to three televisions and two tablets can access content at one time, users can record up to four shows at once...

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