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Topic # 35153 4-Jun-2009 15:34 Send private message


  Since My Sky HDi has been launched 7 HD channels have been added and a new satellite to be launched some time later this year. I would like to know Sky's future path, could freitasm see if Sky would be willing to participate? Many thanks.

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  Reply # 222035 5-Jun-2009 15:48 Send private message

Even some answers from someone official in this thread would help. I'm sure their bona fides could be confirmed by one of the mods.
The aussie MCE site has a Microsoft employee who chimes in with some answers from time to time. I'm sure his masters would have had to approve otherwise there is a risk to his employment.

One post here might save 100 calls to customer services....
Or is it better to remain grey men and hope our bleating questions go away?

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  Reply # 222139 6-Jun-2009 08:26 Send private message

Sorry guys I'd love to have Sky Q&A... But I don't know anyone there and was never approached by them. I know there are some Sky people reading here, but that's pretty much it...

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  Reply # 222648 8-Jun-2009 12:38 Send private message

have you thought about approaching John Fellett? He has in the past gone on air on Radio Sport and fielded phone calls from listeners? He did seem like the sort of guy who would be up for something like this.

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