Goodbye Sky by Broadband, hello Sky Anytime. Having recently passed the millionth download milestone, the satellite broadcaster's eschewed the usual garland and ticker tape celebration and opted for a name change and raft of new content instead.Topping our download list will be the third series of Lost. Each episode's available the instant the credits roll, priced at a tantalisingly titchy £2.50 a time with unlimited viewing.More of a Stargate geek? Well that, and other Sky One series, will get the pay-per-view treatment at £1.50 a throw.Sky Box Office also gets a look-in with thirty plus 'premium' films on offer for just under four notes each. Don't hang about after clicking 'download' though; any longer than a week and you'll find your movie selection turned into a virtual pumpkin. Meanwhile, hitting play starts the countdown on a 48-hour viewing window. Premium Sky Movies subscribers still get their 300 odd downloads at no extra charge. Likewise Sky Sports 1 & 2 users get sports clips and Premiership highlights for free download.Naturally you'll still need Sky to receive all this, and look out if you access Murdoch's 3G piped service: Sky by Mobile's going Anytime-tastic too.
Sky by Broadband marks a milestone
Goodbye Sky by Broadband, hello Sky Anytime. Having recently passed the millionth download milestone, the satellite broadcaster's eschewed the usual g