You can use Sky Q on pretty much any ISP - you don't have to be with Sky for the TV box to work fully (the only difference is you lose some of the WiFi mesh networking capabilities but I use Sky Q with BT FTTP and it is fully capable).
Virgin provide high speed packages and because of the way they deliver it isn't limited by the distance of lines - if you order a 200Mb package then it will be connected at 200Mb (although contention still kicks in but you don't hear such bad stories these days about over contended links).
I was thinking more along the lines of keeping costs down and consolidating services, guess it would work out more expensive to keep the Sky TV and have Virgin media for internet.
Speed options are 100 Mbps, 200 Mbps, 350 Mbps and 500 Mbps currently.
A few areas have access to a 1100 Mbps tier too.
You think its likely to be the 1100mbps installed around here given its all brand new infrastructure and BT have gigabit options in newer estates?
could be fun trying to dig a trench underwater at present god i feel sorry for all the people flooded out!
Well thankfully the water has gone down a couple meters since we we're on the news but its expected to rise again as the next storm comes in.
It got right up to the front of the town walls WNSY exchange, any higher and ground floor equipment would of been submerged. Picture
Edited by MrSpeedyGonzales (Fri 28-Feb-20 09:27:41)