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Viewers who do not take a subscription Sky TV package or the Sky service will still receive all free SD and HD channels, but cannot use the recording facilities.
Uptakers of the subscription-free Freesat from Sky service are provided with a recorder-less box branded 'Sky HD' rather than Sky HD, given Sky HD boxes provided by Freesat from Sky do not contain hardware for recording.
As of November 2016, Sky offered over 50 HD channels, more than any competitor.
On 27 March 2007, Sky launched its Sky Anytime on TV Push-Video on Demand service for owners of Sky HD set top boxes.
For the first 2 years after launch, the service was branded Sky HD.
You View was the first hybrid over-the-air/internet delivered TV service to launch in the UK.A subscription to the original HD pack carries an extra fee of £10.25 (€15.00 in Ireland) a month in addition to the standard Sky subscription, allowing customers to view HD channels corresponding to the channel packs subscribed to.Additional Pay-Per-View events on Sky Box Office HD are not available to customers unless they subscribe to the Sky HD pack.Prices on launch were announced as £299 for a HD set-top box, with an additional £10 a month HD subscription on top of any existing packages.Customers who pre-ordered by paying a deposit before 6 April 2006 were the first to receive the service, with installations starting on following over 40,000 advance orders of the service; the number of Sky HD pre-orders surpassed the total sales in the first year of Sky .
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Traditional standard-definition (SD) connections are available via SCART and S-Video.