Sky has taken the shackles off its Anytime+ on-demand service meaning that customers who get their broadband from ISP's other than Sky can now jump on board for free
Sky has opened up its Anytime+ catch-up service for all HD customers, regardless of which ISP provides their broadband connection.
Previously the satellite provider had only offered the service to Sky+ HD subscribers who also used Sky Broadband. Now, thankfully for customers of BT, TalkTalk Virgin, O2, Orange and the rest of the pack, Anytime+ is a good, old-fashioned free for all.
Sky reckons the on-demand, online-based service will now be piped into another 5 million homes, now the shackles on Anytime+ have been released.
Anytime+ brings access to hundreds of films from Sky Movies 1 & 2 to watch on-demand, while there's also a massive array of content from Sky Atlantic, Sky 1, GOLD, the Discovery Channel, National Geographic and more.
If you're just now able to sign-up for the service, this month's offerings include Glee, Mad Men, The Office, Scream 4, Fast Five, Love and Other Drugs and Hanna.
You'll need to register for the service in order to start viewing the content.