Installs of Sky Q to people without Sky broadband subscriptions will begin next month, it has been confirmed.
Sky Q, which launched in February, is the provider's next generation home entertainment system and has been touted as a whole new way of consuming TV.
However, it is not being limited to Sky's existing broadband customers and was opened up to customers of other internet service providers last week.
A moderator on Sky's forum has now confirmed that installs will begin on April 12th.
Sky Q is seen as a game-changer in the market as it offers so-called Fluid Viewing - the ability to pause a programme in one room and pick up from the same point on another device in another room.
Users of the service will also be able to take their recordings with them wherever they are, to make their viewing experience even more flexible.