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Topic # 113161 8-Jan-2013 14:13
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Did anyone receive the recent survey? If so, what did it ask?

Thanks.

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  Reply # 741720 8-Jan-2013 15:42
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Yep I got it. Basically just asked what I watch on tv and if I use the internet/social media while watching.




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  Reply # 741784 8-Jan-2013 17:31
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Me too, was not too intense. I've asked for the Sci-Fi channel, don't think it will though. Complained that Sky is too focused on sport.




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  Reply # 741980 8-Jan-2013 22:46
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i added my comment i always add on these surveys, "why do they ignore the long term customers when it comes to great deals". , that and when are they going to add ESPN 2

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  Reply # 742021 9-Jan-2013 06:29
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So you guys didn't get the survey about whether you'd use an ethernet enabled MySky box then? (That was a couple months ago - I got two in a row then a focus group invitation that Sky never followed up on).

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  Reply # 742030 9-Jan-2013 07:11
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The survey changes depends on what you select, and you cannot go back to follow a different path. There was a question about PVR but my survey never got to ask about Ethernet.




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