Sky's new next-generation home entertainment system will be made available to non-Sky broadband customers in a matter of weeks.
Sky Q, which enables viewers to watch TV across a range of devices more seamlessly than ever before, was made available for new and existing Sky customers to buy this week. And as it stands, it's currently only available to them.
However, a customer support operative from the broadband provider's Sky Q forum has now confirmed that non-Sky Broadband customers will be able to join the party and place their orders for the entertainment service in "just a few weeks".
Sky Q offers so-called Fluid Viewing to consumers, enabling them to watch live, recorded and on-demand shows on their main Sky Q box or another TV or tablet.
Furthermore, users will be able to resume shows on different devices and save recordings on their tablets, so they can access them while on the move.
The cheapest packages cost in the region of £42 a month, although premium packages containing sports and movie channels cost around £100.