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  Reply # 1703671 15-Jan-2017 18:53
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With Igloo closing down in a couple of months, I wonder how many customers have taken up Sky's offer to join them? Or would former Igloo subscribers be more like to stay "stuff it, I won't have any pay TV"?


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  Reply # 1703718 15-Jan-2017 19:43
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With Igloo closing down in a couple of months, I wonder how many customers have taken up Sky's offer to join them? Or would former Igloo subscribers be more like to stay "stuff it, I won't have any pay TV"?

 

 

Let anyone check ye content and subscribe /unsubscribe. Its a free worlde


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  Reply # 1704912 17-Jan-2017 21:16
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It must almost be time for an influx of Sky subscriptions for the $49 deal...

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  Reply # 1704918 17-Jan-2017 21:38
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quickymart:

 

With Igloo closing down in a couple of months, I wonder how many customers have taken up Sky's offer to join them? Or would former Igloo subscribers be more like to stay "stuff it, I won't have any pay TV"?

 

 

 

 

Some would have returned their device to the retailer for a refund. Freeview plus an online service like lightbox, netflix, amazon prime etc are going to be good options for many.


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  Reply # 1709402 25-Jan-2017 13:59
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Does anybody know if the answer to this thread is still valid?

Im looking at ringing up in the next day or so, I've been off Sky since 15th October, so 3 months.

Can I still sign up as myself?

Thanks.

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  Reply # 1709406 25-Jan-2017 14:03
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I signed up a couple of weeks ago.

 

$60.95 for Basic + Sports + Bein + HD and it comes with the newer Sky+ box (or whatever it's called). Has 1TB drive anyway.

 

Was installed two days later.

 

 


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  Reply # 1709418 25-Jan-2017 14:25
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Finch: Does anybody know if the answer to this thread is still valid?

Im looking at ringing up in the next day or so, I've been off Sky since 15th October, so 3 months.

Can I still sign up as myself?

Thanks.

 

Yep, I did in Nov, workmate did yesterday. 30 day standdown applies, the 3 months is direct if calling Sky


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  Reply # 1709426 25-Jan-2017 14:27
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hi guys

 

i've been reading thru the pages but i cant seem to find the answer.

 

im a sky customer but out of contract, if i cancel and get my wife to call this sky deals number, does the 30 day stand down apply?

 

 


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  Reply # 1709429 25-Jan-2017 14:30
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They asked me if anyone else at the address had been a Sky customer in the last 30 days/3 months (I cant remember) so I would assume you couldn't ask your wife to register.

 

It would be interesting to know if they did any checking on it though, especially as my wife kept her own name. Would they be that bothered with such a low number using this way of signing up ?


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  Reply # 1709431 25-Jan-2017 14:33
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martyyn:

 

They asked me if anyone else at the address had been a Sky customer in the last 30 days/3 months (I cant remember) so I would assume you couldn't ask your wife to register.

 

It would be interesting to know if they did any checking on it though, especially as my wife kept her own name. Would they be that bothered with such a low number using this way of signing up ?

 

 

 

 

ah ok

 

i'll just cancel and wait a month before i call this sky deals number

 

i'm currently paying $106 for sky basic + sports + beein + mysky hdi


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  Reply # 1709462 25-Jan-2017 15:40
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myndlyz:

 

ah ok

 

i'll just cancel and wait a month before i call this sky deals number

 

i'm currently paying $106 for sky basic + sports + beein + mysky hdi

 

 

They are pretty friendly and they don't work for Sky directly.  If I were you I would ring and ask them if there is any way you can sign up.  They will tell you.

 

 





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  Reply # 1709464 25-Jan-2017 15:45
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Only 30 days stand down - awesome - thought it was 3 months for some reason. I just cancelled after 11 months on this deal (waiting for the 28 day cancellation period now). Will then wait the 30 days and sign up again, will be the 3rd time!


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  Reply # 1709465 25-Jan-2017 15:49
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kharris:

 

They are pretty friendly and they don't work for Sky directly.  If I were you I would ring and ask them if there is any way you can sign up.  They will tell you.

 

 

 

 

I can definitely confirm they don't work for Sky. The sales person described Sky as "Useless people who done[sic] know how to use email". Apparently Sky don't like sending e-mails to people with one of the new TLDs. Sky's loss, they need to post me an invoice each month. Weird though, I can use the same e-mail address for my Sky Go account.


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  Reply # 1709480 25-Jan-2017 16:13
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stinger:

 

 

 

I can definitely confirm they don't work for Sky. The sales person described Sky as "Useless people who done[sic] know how to use email". Apparently Sky don't like sending e-mails to people with one of the new TLDs. Sky's loss, they need to post me an invoice each month. Weird though, I can use the same e-mail address for my Sky Go account.

 

 

That sounds strange... I get emailed a bill each month.





Kirk

 


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  Reply # 1709486 25-Jan-2017 16:17
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kharris:

 

That sounds strange... I get emailed a bill each month.

 

 

Do you have one of the new TLDs though? Like mail@host.digital ? There's quite a few sites (like NZ Lotto and Orcon) just just outright refuse to use anything that doesn't end in a 2-4 character TLD (like .nz or .com)


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