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  Reply # 1786912 23-May-2017 16:58
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I have the installer coming round in the morning. I threw in BeIN Sport for the English football so it came to $61.

 

 

 

When I spoke to the operator she ask where I got this number from. When I told through Geekzone she let out a little chuckle.


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  Reply # 1786914 23-May-2017 17:01
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When I ordered it this morning, she didn't ask where I heard about it from.

 

She did ask if it was a new installation but I can't remember her exact wording. I said yes. It's new to me. The decoder that's sitting there is the wife's. Nowt to do w' me but I will move it aside before the new one turns up on Friday.

 

 

 

 


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1794243 3-Jun-2017 16:20
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Just rang Sky because we were on the Igloo2Sky promo rate of 19.95/month, due to expire in July. They've automatically extended it until end of July 2018. Noice!


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  Reply # 1812736 4-Jul-2017 17:46
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Just rang the telemarketers got the following.

 

$49.91 per month

 

Free install

 

Basic

 

Movies

 

Sport

 

Sky mag

 

Mysky plus

 

 

 

Very happy with that!

 

 


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  Reply # 1812738 4-Jul-2017 17:49
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Kscott86:

 

Just rang the telemarketers got the following.

 

$49.91 per month

 

Very happy with that! 

 

 

I'd pay $9.99 more and get the HD ticket. Seems silly not to spend a bit more to get your sports and movies in HD (TVNZ1, TVNZ2, TV3 and Prime will be in HD without the ticket).

 

YMMV.


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  Reply # 1812779 4-Jul-2017 17:54
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Agreed about HD! I'm paying about the same amount but without movies, without sky mag but with HD ticket. Don't care about sky movies ... prefer vudu.

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  Reply # 1812830 4-Jul-2017 19:35
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We had a HD ticket once got rid of it and to be honest I hate sport thats for the hubby and I dont notice much difference in the movies with 1,2,3 prime etc already in HD so as a 1 income family Ill keep the $10 :) last telemarketer deal I got was the same for $67 so stoked its gone down in price


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  Reply # 1828791 25-Jul-2017 08:07
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Anyone know what this is about? https://www.nbr.co.nz/subscribe/205604


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  Reply # 1828796 25-Jul-2017 08:21
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Can't read the detail without being an NBR subscriber so... no.

 

But at $20 I am guessing it is Sky Basic? If not, deal of the decade!

 

 


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  Reply # 1828801 25-Jul-2017 08:55
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Would be interested to find out more.. 





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Old3eyes


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  Reply # 1828828 25-Jul-2017 09:54
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kryptonjohn:

 

Can't read the detail without being an NBR subscriber so... no.

 

But at $20 I am guessing it is Sky Basic? If not, deal of the decade!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Call to cancel and you may be offered a deal of Sky Basic for $20 a month (pricing lasts for a year) and SOHO free for four months without a contract.  It's hardly a secret, but there's only one way to find out if you can get the deal.....


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  Reply # 1828837 25-Jul-2017 10:10
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I just moved to Morrinsville and I had a Sky account in my name at Tauranga where the M-In-Law still lives and uses Sky.  Someone suggested that I could get a second  room install  at Morrinsville as the sat dish is already installed.  Asked Sky and they said no , I would have to  get a new account.  Asked them what offers they are giving.  Will be interesting to see what they come back with..





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Old3eyes


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  Reply # 1828865 25-Jul-2017 10:17
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@old3eyes - the original deal discussed in this thread is still available - basically half price for a year.


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  Reply # 1840700 7-Aug-2017 18:23
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I just spoke with the lady and got the below.

 

MySky+ w/ Basic $30

 

HD Ticket $10

 

Sports $10

 

Bein Sports (EPL) $16

 

All up $66 p/m - pretty good deal.


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  Reply # 1840717 7-Aug-2017 18:34
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Got this deal installed on Sat just gone.

 

 

 

Sky basic $39

 

HD ticket $0

 

Sport $0

 

Mysky+ $0

 

Extra HD non-recording decoder $25

 

 

 

All up $64. price fixed for 12 months.


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