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    How to create a Sky iD

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    • To create a Sky iD, you will need to enter:

      • Your full name
      • Your email address 

        Sign up for Sky iD 

        If you're a Sky customer, we'll ask for the following details to link your Sky iD with your Sky household account, either:
      • Your viewing card number (this can be found using your Sky Remote. Select Services on your remote, then System Set-up, then System Details and viewing card number will be listed)
      • Your Sky account number (this will be on any letters we have sent to you or on interactive services)
      • The last six digits of the bank account number you use to pay your monthly Sky bill or
      • The last six digits of the debit/credit card you use to pay your monthly Sky bill. 
         

      Create a Sky iD 
       

      If you don’t already have one, it's easy to create a Sky iD, and only takes a few minutes. 

      Sign up for Sky iD 
       

      When you sign up for Sky iD, you'll need to complete the following information: 
       

      • About you: your full name and email address
      • Your sign in details : your username and password
      • Verification and acceptance of terms and conditions

      Please remember that you might already have a Sky iD. If you are a Sky Broadband customer you'll automatically have a Sky iD, your username and password would have been posted to you and will be the first part of your Sky Email address (e.g. username@sky.com). 

      If you're not a Sky customer you can still create a Sky iD, but won’t be able to enjoy the full benefits of Sky online.

      Learn more about becoming a Sky customer.


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