Help with Sky Broadband

Community Manager

These steps will help diagnose what may be causing your Sky Hub to lose connection or receive slower-than-expected speeds.

 

1. Check your setup

 

Setups vary from home to home, but generally your Sky Hub should be connected to your master phone socket.

 

Remember to remove any extension phone cables and make sure your Hub is connected to the socket via a microfilter – if you have a pre-filtered socket, a microfilter is not needed.

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2. Check Sky's Status page

 

Sign into Sky Status with your Sky ID and see if there’s any maintenance or outages at your local phone exchange.

 

3. Test your connection

 

Go to sky.com/help/broadband and follow the steps which best describe your broadband issue.

 

If you choose to test your connection, sign in using your Sky ID and run our line tests. Depending on the results, you’ll be offered next steps which may include booking an Openreach engineer to investigate a fault with your line outside your home.

 

If you currently can’t get online to test your connection, use your mobile phone’s 3G/4G service.

 

4. Sky Community

 

Sky Community has thousands of members who are ready to share their knowledge and expertise. If you’d like their help, post your Sky Hub’s statistics in a new post and an explanation about your issue.

 

CLICK HERE to go to the Broadband Community, and select the blue button in the top left to start a new conversation.

 

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About the author

I joined Sky in 2011 and haven't looked back since! I am passionate about helping others and all things Sport. My favourite TV show changes all the time, but I bought The West Wing Box Set from Sky Store, which I regularly re-watch.