BSkyB could be planning a bid for part of the UK's mobile market, according to reports.
The broadcaster is believed to be in discussions to add mobile phone services to its television, internet and landline packages by purchasing spectrum from Orange and T-Mobile owner Everything Everywhere.
The Sunday Times reports that BSkyB may use the portion of the spectrum to launch superfast 4G networks.
It comes after BSkyB reported a five percent increase in its revenues, to €6.4 billion, in the nine months to the end of March, with pre-tax profits up 17 percent to €1 billion.
The rise came despite a price freeze for customers and increasing competition from other providers such as Lovefilm and Netflix.
News Corporation owns 39 percent of BSkyB. Its bid for the rest of the satellite broadcaster was derailed last year after news of the phone-hacking scandal broke, leading to the closure of the News of the World.