New channels up for grabs include Sky Movies Screen 1 and 2, Nat Geo Wild, G.O.L.D. and Sky Real Lives. These have all been bolted onto the basic online entertainment package, which will set you back £15. That means you now get 12 channels in the budget bundle.
Prices then rise up to a stonking £41 a month for Sky's full–on line–up, including access to the latest football, cricket and er, kids TV shows.
Sky says they're going to be adding a stack of new content in the coming weeks, so keep it locked for news as we get it. Or alternatively, nab yourself Sky+HD for £49 instead.
On sale: Now