Sky has announced plans to introduce 10,000 WiFi hotspots across the UK through its The Cloud offering.
The broadband provider's customers will be able to access the points, which are to be located in restaurants, cafés and transport hubs, free of charge.
The company has already linked up with a number of well known brands including Pizza Express, Eat, Pret A Manger, JD Wetherspoon and Caffe Nero.
The Cloud is also easy to sign up to, requiring just a one-off registration process before people can get connected.
Sky is also launching a new Sky Cloud Wi-Fi application, making it easier for Sky customers using iOS and Android devices to connect to the web.
"Whether it's to go on Facebook, watch favourite TV shows with Sky Go, catch up on the news or send an email, our customers can now enjoy high quality, reliable and unlimited broadband whether it's at home or when out and about," said Lyssa McGowan, Director of Communication Products at Sky.
She added that the hotspots have been carefully selected to ensure they are where customers need them most.
The Sky Cloud WiFi hotspots are set to launch within the next month. Access will be free for all Sky Broadband Unlimited, Sky Fibre Unlimited and Sky Connect customers who can add up to six devices per account to the network.