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Sky's 76Mb fibre broadband deals are now available to all UK households in networked areas, it has been reported.

The service - which launched in April 2012 - was initially only available over the phone to new Sky customers, reports ISPreview.co.uk.

But all customers - both new and existing - can now sign up for Sky Fibre Unlimited Pro, which is based on Fibre-to-the-Cabinet broadband technology.

Sky told the news provider that it is still "working on enabling online sign-up" for the broadband package, meaning consumers still need to phone the service provider at present to subscribe.

But households will be able to register over the internet in due course.

Sky Fibre Unlimited Pro offers download speeds of up to 76Mb and uploads of up to 19Mb for £30 per month.

The package also offers unlimited usage, inclusive evening and weekend calls to UK landlines, free connection hardware and unlimited access to The Cloud's Wi-Fi hotspots.

Households are required to sign up on a 12-month contract.

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