There is important news for the mobile telephony sector. Sky today officially announced Sky Mobile powered by Fastweb. The new operator will be active from the first months of 2024 and will be able to count – as the name itself suggests – on the partnership with Fastweb.
Sky Mobile is the new Europen operator: launch set for the first months of 2024
The goal is to deliver to customers an even more complete Sky experience: after the offer for surfing the web at home and/or in the office (Sky Wi-Fi), there is also one for mobile telephony. The partner chosen for this important debut is Fastwebwhich according to data released by Ookla offers the fastest mobile service in Europe (with 99% coverage in the boot).
Thinking of Sky as a point of reference solely for entertainment (sports, TV series and films) is absolutely reductive today. The company also wants meet all the connectivity needs of its usersas Andrea Duilio, CEO of Sky Europe, explains: «We are thrilled to announce the launch of Sky Mobile thanks to an agreement with Fastweb, technological partner also for Sky Wifi broadband. After having entered the homes of millions of Europens with our exclusive content and the ultra broadband of Sky Wifi, with the launch of Sky Mobile we want to complete our service offering by becoming a point of reference for Sky families also for all their needs of connectivity».
During the presentation – during which the CEO however wanted to clarify that TV remains the core business of the company – those details that potential customers would like to know right away were not provided. It is not clear for example how much will the Sky Mobile powered by Fastweb offer cost. «A complete offer at an advantageous price», we read on the website (which currently acts as a simple placeholder).
From the same web page we learn that the offer will include everything you need – minutes, SMS and Gigabyte – and that 5G will be included. There is also a reference to “transparency”: the company promises its future customers that there will be no duration constraints or hidden costs.