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  Reply # 690847 24-Sep-2012 21:18
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Fabian: code 6971  
0800 759 555  
Expires 7th July 

obviously too late but worth a try.

Jaxson:
summmu: Whats the code and when is the last date?


Code: 6971
Last date: 29th September 2012

Call: 0800 759 555

Same same - interesting. I'm almost tempted myself...

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  Reply # 695287 3-Oct-2012 08:03
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Gave in to the temptation. Got it installed yesterday.

Thanks Guys for the code.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 698662 9-Oct-2012 19:50
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Hey does anyone know if the Sky new connection deal is still running at all ? I want Sky yet a nice special deal would be good hey. Ant suggestions thanks

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  Reply # 698689 9-Oct-2012 20:19
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Curly: Hey does anyone know if the Sky new connection deal is still running at all ? I want Sky yet a nice special deal would be good hey. Ant suggestions thanks


Worth calling them and asking for the deal. When i called they couldnt wait to send someone to connect it. Didnt ask any details about the deal.

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  Reply # 709651 31-Oct-2012 08:12
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I got the same mailer today. Same code. Expiry 30 November 2012.






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  Reply # 724545 29-Nov-2012 10:06
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brad_p: I got the same mailer today. Same code. Expiry 30 November 2012.



How does one take advantage of the code. Do we call and quote it to the operator?

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  Reply # 724560 29-Nov-2012 10:28
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Had a salesman come around last week Offered, Either SKY with Two premium Channels or One Package with Mysky for $46.12 a month for 12months,

Not sure if this was specific to my area or if its a nationwide deal but we decided to re join after having 12months without it

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  Reply # 740673 6-Jan-2013 15:13
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did the salesman give you any codes or phone numbers?  sounds like a good deal

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  Reply # 741083 7-Jan-2013 14:32
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They have that offer in their call centre as well.

Itried to switch but its for new customers only

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  Reply # 741094 7-Jan-2013 14:44
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I think it is a way to get you hooked, as they would expect most people to continue with the sub at the full price after the prmo price has ended. Newspapers do the same thing. If I was an existing loyal customer I wouldn't be happy that new customers are only paying half price, but many probably wouldn't know.

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  Reply # 741120 7-Jan-2013 15:27
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Have just called and spoken to them and confirm that this $46.12 deal is still go.

Specifics I got:

Sky Basic $46.12
12 month contract
Free Sky Sports package (Sky Sports 1,2,3,Highlights and ESPN)
Free Soho.
$25.00 installation fee.




 


The force is strong with this one!

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  Reply # 741305 7-Jan-2013 21:50
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ROSSMNZ was that free sport/soho for twelve months or 6 months?

CHEERS PUGSY

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  Reply # 741365 8-Jan-2013 07:20
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12 months mate




 


The force is strong with this one!

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  Reply # 745193 15-Jan-2013 16:21
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tried to ring and get more on the deal but wanted to know what area i was in?did they give you a code ?blood from a stone some of the sky people,they said it was there but wouldnt give me more

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