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Follow your favourite team with Sky Sports' Watch Online service

Last Updated: 21/07/09 1:03pm

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Following your favourite team is now easier than ever with a host of improvements to Sky Sports' Watch Online service.

The online TV service allows subscribers to watch Sky Sports from the convenience of their computer, so even when you are away from home you can make the most of your Sky subscription.

Sky Sports 1, 2, 3 and Xtra are now available in widescreen, helping you recreate the feeling of your living room.

And all Sky Sports channels, including Sky Sports News, now offer a choice of picture quality allowing users with suitable broadband connections to stream at speeds of up to 1800kbps.

If you haven't done so already, signing up is easy. The service is available for free to Sky Sports dual pack subscribers with either Multiroom or a Broadband Max connection. You must have a correctly registered MySky account to watch the service - click HERE to register now.

If you are Sky Sports dual pack subscriber without either of the above products you can still watch, but you will need to purchase a separate subscription for the online service via SkyPlayer.

And for the first time, you can now subscribe directly online without a subscription to any other Sky product. Click here for more detailsand follow the link in the left hand nav to "Subscribe - Live TV."

The service is also available to all Sky Sports customers with a Sky Bet account. Simply enter the promo code 'SPORTS' into the 'my account' section and you can watch for free until the end of that month. To continue watching after this simply place any 4 bets in the following month and your coverage will be extended.

Once you have registered, you can access the service with your MySky username and password and watch from any PC in the UK or Republic of Ireland with a suitable broadband connection.

Already registered? Then click here - the only thing you need to remember is that if you're watching at work, don't get caught by the boss!

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