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Discussion topic: Fast broadband is not provided by sky in my area want to cancel and move but keep sky talk only

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This message was authored by Panettone This message was authored by: Panettone

Fast broadband is not provided by sky in my area want to cancel and move but keep sky talk only

I can only get 11mbps from sky been loyal for years but being on a road with few houses there is no money in the ultra fast being connected from the main road 10 yards away. Now have the option of 5G broadband from 3 offering 150mbps for less than half of what I am paying. Can I keep only sky talk and cancel the out of contract broadband as would like to keep my landline.

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This message was authored by GD1 This message was authored by: GD1

Re: Fast broadband is not provided by sky in my area want to cancel and move but keep sky talk only

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

Sky won't/can't provide landline only as they are packaged with broadband.

 

It may just be worth keeping both as backup to 5G?

Like you I'm a customer here, Sky Employees are clearly identified as such.
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This message was authored by TimmyBGood This message was authored by: TimmyBGood

Re: Fast broadband is not provided by sky in my area want to cancel and move but keep sky talk only

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@Panettone 

 

As @GD1 indicates, that's not possible: within the next couple of years all 'landline calls' (terrestrial voice service) will become a function of broadband when PSTN ceases, where they aren't already.

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This message was authored by mormegil This message was authored by: mormegil

Re: Fast broadband is not provided by sky in my area want to cancel and move but keep sky talk only

Do you actually get a good 5g signal at your house as in more rural area you may find you will only get a fraction of the speed they are selling you and would more than likely be even slower than your current broadband 

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