Sky will officially begin signing up users to its high-definition television service on 12 April.
The satellite broadcasting company said that it does not yet have any figures for the expected number of users at launch, which is slated for May.
The company had previously announced that the Sky HD box to access the service will cost £299, plus a £10 monthly subscription on top of viewers' existing TV package costs.
The Sky HD box includes 160GB of storage space, which will record around 30 hours of HD programmes or 80 hours of standard-quality.
Sky will offer a free standard installation for Sky HD until 31 May or until stocks last.
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