Everything is ready for Sky's debut in the world of fixed telephony. Presentation on June 16 with the launch of the first offers
Not only a launch date that has been circulating in the information world for a few days now, but now also an official landing page announcing the arrival of the first offers for fixed telephony. Now we can say it without fear of being contradicted: it's really close to the debut of Sky in the world of fixed telephony. The satellite broadcaster has now decided to become a valid competitor to the various fixed-line telephone companies: Tim, Vodafone, WindTre, Fastweb, just to name a few.
The company wants to diversify its business and the arrival of Comcast (which has become the company's main shareholder) and Maximo Ibarra at the helm of Sky Italy has done nothing but accelerate the process. And now everything is ready: on June 16 there should be the official presentation of Sky's first fixed-line offers. These months of pandemic have been used by the company to settle the last bureaucratic practices and above all to carry out tests on the line. Recall, in fact, that Sky will use the network of Open Fiber, the company participated by Enel and Cassa Depositi e Prestiti that is building its own network for the super-fast fiber connection.
Sky telephone operator, appears a page on the website
To confirm the hypothesis of the imminent debut by Sky in the world of fixed telephony is the publication of a landing page dedicated to the first offers. In the page you can read quite clearly that is coming a novelty for Sky customers: a new Internet offer for home. Filling out the form you will be contacted. On the page there are also the first claims that Sky will use in its advertising campaign and that will focus heavily on the speed of connection and signal quality.
The offers of Sky for fixed
No news, however, with regard to offers that Sky is preparing for his debut as a telephone company. For the moment, only information has been leaked that ensures that they will be low-cost offers and in line with what the market offers.
In addition, Sky will focus on all-inclusive offers: home Internet subscription plus satellite TV subscription. It's no secret that more and more phone companies are focusing on convergence and offering premium content, such as TV series and subscriptions to video streaming platforms. Just a few more days and we'll know more.