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Sky customers with a Broadband Unlimited, Connect or Fibre Unlimited subscription can now get online at no extra cost using the firm's Wi-Fi hotspots.

The broadband provider says accessing the internet on the move has never been easier, courtesy of the new service - powered by The Cloud - and its Sky Wi-Fi app.

Consumers can sign up using their laptop and other wireless-enabled devices at

Apple iPad and iPhone users simply need to download the app and register with their Sky iD username and password.

Once a device has been registered with Sky, it automatically connects to The Cloud Wi-Fi hotspots whenever it is in range.

"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," noted Lyssa McGowan, Director of Communication Products at Sky.

"Wi-Fi hotspots from The Cloud now give millions of Sky customers quick and easy one-touch access whenever they want to be online."

Ms McGowan said that by locating Wi-Fi hotspots where customers need them most, Sky is ensuring consumers are never far from a high-speed connection.

"With a one-off registration process, they'll automatically connect to the network, which takes all the usual hassle out of connecting to Wi-Fi," she stated.

Sky subscribers are entitled to unlimited public Wi-Fi usage, meaning they do not need to worry about exceeding their monthly data allowance.

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