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Topic # 114063 6-Feb-2013 20:09

http://www.foxbusiness.com/news/2013/01/31/sky-to-offer-sky-sports-through-now-tv-from-spring/

Admittedly, you have to sign up as a NOW TV subscriber, but this sounds like a step in the right direction. I wonder if Sky NZ might try this one day?

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  Reply # 756701 6-Feb-2013 20:19 Send private message

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  Reply # 756706 6-Feb-2013 20:41 Send private message

when nz disown the monarchs and is called a state of australia

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  Reply # 756801 7-Feb-2013 09:02 Send private message

That in NZ terms costs you approx $20 a day to watch SKY. Not cheap but for some one who may be out of town etc a good deal I suppose. The only problem in NZ would be the issue of speed and the picture flicking from HD to SD and back all the time as the download speed changes.

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  Reply # 756808 7-Feb-2013 09:10 Send private message

They only do that because they have been regulated and forced to wholesale sky sports to otherrpviders, so the cannibalisation risk to them is a lot smaller than if sky NZ did the same thing.

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