If you choose to split the cost, the 43-inch Sky Glass starts at £ 13 a month, the 55-inch model costs £ 17 a month, and the 65-inch model costs £ 21 a month.
This monthly fee for the QLED television must be coupled with a Sky TV package. The entry-level package starts at £ 26 per month and includes access to the most popular Sky channels including Sky Atlantic, Sky Comedy, Sky Max, Sky History, MTV, Comedy Central, Sky Sports News and more. It also includes a Netflix subscription so you can enjoy Squid Game, Bridgerton, Stranger Things, and more from your Sky Glass home screen.
For a surcharge, you can add extras such as Sky Sports, Sky Cinema and multiroom support.
For those who don’t want a bespoke TV from Sky, the company is still selling its Sky Q set-top box. However, you will need to drill a satellite dish into your wall at home. Sky’s contract-free streaming service NOW is still available for those who wish to stream live channels and on-demand content without a two-year contract.
After launching in the UK, Sky Glass will move to other European countries in 2022, Sky confirmed during the launch event.