Question: Do Sky Use Dishes?

Sky is a satellite TV service, but thanks to technological advances — including digital TV — you can still get Sky without a satellite dish.

With top-notch sports, movies and TV programmes, it’s no wonder so many people want to get Sky.

Is Sky TV available without a dish?

Sky has recently announced that it will soon be offering its services dish-free, via broadband, but thus far no date has been announced.

What satellite does SKY use?

It was the country’s most popular digital TV service until it was overtaken by Freeview in April 2007. Prior to the migration to Astra 2E, 2F and 2G, Sky was transmitted from the Astra satellites located at 28.2° east (2A/2C/2E/2F) and Eutelsat’s Eutelsat 33C satellite at 28.5°E.

Can you have sky go without sky?

Subscribing to Sky Go without a Sky TV decoder. If you’d like to subscribe to Sky Go but you do not happen to have a Sky subscription, you’re in luck! Sky has a Sky Go monthly ticket option available that will allow you to watch Sky Go without needing to subscribe to SkyTV.