the Sky FTTx mini-site
has been around since last year, but they were not involved in the MK FTTP trial, despite mentioning FTTP on that site. But their Anytime Plus requires Sky BB, and people are not going to stay on Sky ADSL to keep Anytime+. So Sky will have to offer some form of FTTx soon
to avoid loosing customers by the boatload to the Fibre providers. Hopefully SkyGo does not have the reme restrictions.
There were some mentions over the last few months (year) about how the LLU operators would offer FTTx products, but they could always just resell BT products as they do for ADSL in exchanges not enabled for Sky (Easynet) LLU. I am hoping they (or Be) end up using their own backhaul so we don't have to live with the BT data restrictions.
And lets face it cheap Sky FTTx, with VOD and SkyGo makes for a seriously compelling product, especially if they don't have the same data cap issues as BTW products.