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Ultimate Geek

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#154162 19-Oct-2014 22:01
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I'm sorry if this has been brought up before, but I have been unable to find any previous relevant posts.
I am considering moving from MySky with Vodafone ADSL to Vodafone Sky on UFB fibre.
My concern is that I have a significant amount of programming saved on MySky, will I be able to transfer this over to the Vodafone Sky decoder?

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  #1158128 19-Oct-2014 22:06
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Ultimate Geek

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  #1158212 20-Oct-2014 08:46
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There is absolutely no way to transfer it over, or your saved series links etc.

As an aside, If you can avoid if don't go to Vodafone TV.  The channel changing and menu browsing is painfully, painfully, slow to the point of not being usable.  SkyTV's interface will seem lightning fast.

Yes,  even after VF's latest software update which did improve things a little...


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  #1158645 20-Oct-2014 16:53
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Stay with my sky for now.

My gear 55" Samsung 4K SUHD LCD HDR , Denon AVR-4200W Reciever in 7.1.2 Surround , Denon 2 Channel Amp to power ceiling speakers , Combination of Polk Audio Fronts And Tannoy Surrounds plus 2 Cambridge Audio Ceiling Speakers Pioneer Downfiring Subwoofer , Oppo UDP-203 UHD Player , Roku Ultra , Apple TV 3


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Ultimate Geek

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  #1158859 20-Oct-2014 21:57
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Thanks for all of the comments. They confirm my thoughts. I'll probably get UFB without the Sky option.

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  #1158918 20-Oct-2014 22:59
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Coming from someone with VF TV after many years of MySky, "Don't do it man!"

VF TV is an absolute pile of junk. (And that's if it can withstand more than 3 weeks of 'up time')

rrrrrr <------ that's my frustration! 

Mines going back very shortly... 

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