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Topic # 148866 3-Jul-2014 10:47
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Went to sign in to my Account and received this message. Did Chrome change that much and why wouldnt they support one of the most popular browser. Beginning to understand why they cant get Sky Go working properly if they cant even handle Chrome.

"Chrome version 35 is currently unsupported. We currently do not support Google Chrome for payments in My Account Please choose an alternative browser such as Internet Explorer, Safari or Firefox"

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  Reply # 1079249 3-Jul-2014 11:08
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I use Chrome.

Last month when I paid for my Sky account I was charged twice because there was no confirmation message after I pressed the pay button. A few days later I got a call from Sky saying there was a problem with the web site and acknowledging my double payment.

This month when I checked my balance I also got the Chrome not supported message, I suspect its a short term work around for the payment gateway issue.

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