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 Post subject: Sky TV.
PostPosted: Mon Sep 01, 2014 5:26 pm 
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Just a wee heads up for any sky subscribers on the forum.
This is now the 5th year on the trot they have gave me the full package for half price.
Again I phoned up to give them the 31 days notice of cancelation and again they offered me the full package for half price for a year.
It's well worth a phone call for anyone paying full whack.


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 Post subject: Re: Sky TV.
PostPosted: Mon Sep 01, 2014 5:34 pm 
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Save 100 % . Ditch Sky and get freeview or freesat instead. :hiding:

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 Post subject: Re: Sky TV.
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Council telly sucks! I love my sky sports too much,plus the movies and the cartoon channels are a godsend sometimes with 2 kids in the gaff!
I just thought some other sky TV whores might get a few quid off the bill as well.
I'm never shy when it comes to haggling!!
Shy bairns dinny get any sweeties! :lol:


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 Post subject: Re: Sky TV.
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oooo sweeties..... hold your car door open while I get in........ :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: Sky TV.
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kellys_eye wrote:
oooo sweeties..... hold your car door open while I get in........ :lol:

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Nothing less than puppies would entice me into a strangers car :lol:


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 Post subject: Re: Sky TV.
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My HD movies come from my good companion YIFY ...

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I have Virgin cable, I hate sitting through adverts when I have paid good money for the service but I am in a poor location for freeview or freesat; also sky is not a good option as the dish would need to be too obtrusive for reception, I think V' know this and take my threats lightly; yes recording and using skip or playing in delay is some compromise.


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Save another £150 a year by not having TV. We watch a few programmes available online but other than that we don't miss the TV at all.


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