This lets viewers record more shows than ever before, and offers a range of impressive features.
Users will have 1TB of storage to play with on the standard Sky Q Box, allowing you to record up to 500 hours of TV. You’ll also be able to record three shows at a time whilst watching a fourth.
Alternatively, customers can choose the flagship 2TB version of the Sky Q Box, allowing you to record four shows whilst watching a fifth and giving you room for up to 1000 hours of recorded content.
Sky will continue to offer its usual array of TV packages, such as the Original Bundle, Sports Bundle and Complete Bundle.
On top of the standard Sky TV packages, customers will be able to add Sky Q Multiscreen to their bundle for an extra monthly fee. With this subscription, you can use Sky Q Mini boxes to watch Sky throughout your home.
You’ll be able to watch on up to three TVs simultaneously, with the Sky Q Mini boxes also acting as a WiFi hotspot, boosting your Sky Broadband signal.
As well as this, Sky TV customers with Sky Q Multiscreen will also be download all their recordings made on the Sky Q Box to their tablets via the Sky Q App, allowing you to watch whenever you want without having to access the internet.
You can check out all the latest Sky TV deals, now including the Sky Q Box, on Digital TV.