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Discussion topic: If I switch to virgin for broadband and tv will it work through my sky glass tv?

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If I switch to virgin for broadband and tv will it work through my sky glass tv?

Hi, if I switch to virgin broadband and tv can I watch it through my sky glass tv


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Re: If I switch to virgin for broadband and tv will it work through my sky glass tv?

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@Rolomilo wrote:

Hi, if I switch to virgin broadband and tv can I watch it through my sky glass tv


Short answer is yes

Like you I'm a customer here, Sky Employees are clearly identified as such.
43" Glass TV & Puck Whole Home
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This message was authored by GD1 This message was authored by: GD1 Answer

Re: If I switch to virgin for broadband and tv will it work through my sky glass tv?

Posted by a Superuser, not a Sky employee. Find out more

@Rolomilo wrote:

Hi, if I switch to virgin broadband and tv can I watch it through my sky glass tv


Short answer is yes

Like you I'm a customer here, Sky Employees are clearly identified as such.
43" Glass TV & Puck Whole Home
Please note I only provide help on the main forums and not via PM, PM's are switched off.

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@Rolomilo wrote:

Hi, if I switch to virgin broadband and tv can I watch it through my sky glass tv


Yes. You'd connect the Virgin box to the Glass TV via HDMI.

This message was authored by mikealanr This message was authored by: mikealanr

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Hi @Rolomilo 

 

As the others have posted, your Glass TV without a subscription will still have apps, however you will not get live TV via the program guide (this is removed altogether). You can disconnect the TV from the internet and connect it to an aerial to watch DTT (Freeview). 

 

You can also connect devices via HDMI (i.e. a virgn box). See: https://www.sky.com/help/articles/sky-glass-without-a-subscription#:~:text=If%20you%20don%27t%20acti....

 

MikeAlanR

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65” Sky Glass ocean blue, Sky Live, 4 streaming pucks and EE FTTP Busiest Home (circa 1.6 Gbps download). Former Sky Q, Sky+ HD and Sky+ customer.
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