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#69404 7-Oct-2010 18:21
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if I upgrade my old skybox to MySkyHDi
do i able to keep the old skybox for other living room to watch Sky? 
Do i need to pay for multiroom too?

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  #389292 7-Oct-2010 18:46
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yes and yes you have to pay for multiroom

they may give you 3 months off for multiroom if you upgrade



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  #389295 7-Oct-2010 18:57
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raab: yes and yes you have to pay for multiroom

they may give you 3 months off for multiroom if you upgrade


cool
thanks for the infomation

 
 
 
 


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  #389297 7-Oct-2010 19:02
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Also isn't the HD ticket included with multi room as well

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  #389299 7-Oct-2010 19:03
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yeah I think so

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  #389300 7-Oct-2010 19:05
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Yes it is, so the multiroom cost drops $15 and gives you the HD ticket.

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  #389333 7-Oct-2010 20:38
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I could be wrong, but I thought there were 2 scenarios as follows:

A). existing Sky decoder - upgrade to MySky and get the existing decoder as a MultiRoom free for 3 months, then have to pay normal cost of MySky and multiroom; or

B). existing Multi-Room - upgrade to MySky (one decoder only), still pay for multiroom, but get the HDi ticket for free (unlimited)

I don't remember seeing the multiroom cost drop once we upgraded to MySky, but the HD ticket is certainly not costing us.



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  #389348 7-Oct-2010 21:11
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what is the HD Ticket for.. ??

 
 
 
 


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  #389406 8-Oct-2010 06:31
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So you can get HD from the movie or sport channels. On the HDi sky box.

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  #389807 9-Oct-2010 09:07
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The cost of multiroom does not go down to $15 if you decide to keep your old box, but the HD ticket is thrown in for free (so you get what would normally be $35 per month - multiroom and HD - for $25)

If you don't have Sky Movies or Sport, then the HD ticket is wasted - TV1,2 and 3 are HD on the MySkyHDi without the HD ticket.

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  #389815 9-Oct-2010 10:16
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trig42: The cost of multiroom does not go down to $15 if you decide to keep your old box, but the HD ticket is thrown in for free (so you get what would normally be $35 per month - multiroom and HD - for $25)


If you don't have Sky Movies or Sport, then the HD ticket is wasted - TV1,2 and 3 are HD on the MySkyHDi without the HD ticket.


Are the PPV movies in HD?

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  #389817 9-Oct-2010 10:27
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no

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