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Subscribers to Sky's range of broadband deals could benefit from improved customer service after the firm revealed it is opening a new call centre.

The broadband provider is set to launch the site in Stockport, which will create more than 550 jobs in the Greater Manchester area, in June.

Stockport Council has welcomed the announcement, which will see Sky take up office space at the St Peter's Square office development on the A6.

Chris Stylianou, who manages Sky's customer centres, said: "I'm delighted to be able to announce these new opportunities.

"We look forward to recruiting a great team here in Stockport and to making a real contribution to the local community."

Sky recently announced it is launching a new and improved version of its digital TV set-top box.

The new Sky+HD box includes 1TB of memory space, which is approximately four times the storage capacity of the previous model.

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