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  # 1965082 27-Feb-2018 13:52
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Batman: Can someone confirm this deal expires today?

 

 

 

According to cheapies, "Expires tomorrow".

 

 

 

 


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  # 1965227 27-Feb-2018 16:17
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Finch:

Have tried calling in a few times, no answer. Left a message too. Eek!



Me too can't get through

 
 
 
 


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  # 1965233 27-Feb-2018 16:25
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Lucky I signed up last week and just had install. I was going to leave it till end of this week originally. 


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  # 1965478 28-Feb-2018 08:53
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and this will be why it has stopped 

 

 

 

TL:DR - Sky basic has been split into two packages

 

 

 

https://www.stuff.co.nz/business/industries/101747268/sky-tv-to-introduce-new-starting-price-of-2491-a-month

 

 

 

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  # 1965480 28-Feb-2018 08:53
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https://www.stuff.co.nz/business/industries/101747268/sky-tv-to-introduce-new-starting-price-of-2491-a-month

 

As I predicted, there was a change to happen with the Sky deals cancellation

 

No details but it looks like Sky Basic at $25 for a limited set of channels or all of the Basic ones for $50 (no change in price there)

 

So, the bag of lollies that was $2 is now $1, awesome (Plus you only get half a bag too....)

 

 

 

Weak. I bet it doesnt include the cool doco channels. It will include kids stuff


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  # 1965493 28-Feb-2018 08:55
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Very weak. Maybe Sky need a younger CEO, they seem so out of touch. 


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  # 1965494 28-Feb-2018 08:57
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Hmm very tempting I might sign up if today is truly the last day!




Involuntary autocorrect in operation on mobile device. Apologies in advance.


 
 
 
 


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  # 1965533 28-Feb-2018 09:41
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Batman: Hmm very tempting I might sign up if today is truly the last day!

 

 

 

Do it. When you break it down it's only $12.50 per week, depending on how many games you watch it's $2 per game, $1 per hour of entertainment :)


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  # 1965571 28-Feb-2018 10:13
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Finch:

Batman: Hmm very tempting I might sign up if today is truly the last day!


 


Do it. When you break it down it's only $12.50 per week, depending on how many games you watch it's $2 per game, $1 per hour of entertainment :)



Worth it 39 a month is great value rang last night install tomorrow morning.

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  # 1965586 28-Feb-2018 10:22
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A bit of smoke and mirrors here. The new Sky basic offering is basically Freeview (ok, they've thrown in a couple of crappy extra channels, but nothing of value). So why would any sensible person pay $25 for channels you can get for free via Freeview? But you can't sign up to just sport, you have to sign up to the basic (ie. Freeview in drag) package as well. So, in effect, Sky are charging $55 per month for sport.


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  # 1965595 28-Feb-2018 10:28
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dafman:

 

A bit of smoke and mirrors here. The new Sky basic offering is basically Freeview (ok, they've thrown in a couple of crappy extra channels, but nothing of value). So why would any sensible person pay $25 for channels you can get for free via Freeview? But you can't sign up to just sport, you have to sign up to the basic (ie. Freeview in drag) package as well. So, in effect, Sky are charging $55 per month for sport.

 

 

The extra channels depends if you like them, clearly some do, so " they've thrown in a couple of crappy extra channels, but nothing of value" is incorrect. May be correct for you bit not for others

 

$55 a month for Sky Sport seems a great deal. You dont need HD you dont need a recorder, so $55 is cheap


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  # 1965800 28-Feb-2018 12:42
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I've managed to get through twice:

 

first time resulted in me being instantly hung up on.

 

second time I got put down beside a keyboard (could hear the typing) and left there for 2 minutes before again being hung up on.

 

 

 

Will try my luck again in an hour, but it seems like they're avoiding clients right now.

 

 

 

edit : Tried again and success, Sky for a year :D


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  # 1966424 1-Mar-2018 11:21
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Batman: Can someone confirm this deal expires today?

 

Had a look at the 'Cheapies' site as per the earlier poster and they have this under the deal...

 

The deal is finally coming to a end after many years , Sales lady said staff told that the deal with expiring on Wednesday (28/2/18) "We unsure why or what is next"


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  # 1966563 1-Mar-2018 15:39
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Omen:

I've managed to get through twice:


first time resulted in me being instantly hung up on.


second time I got put down beside a keyboard (could hear the typing) and left there for 2 minutes before again being hung up on.


 


Will try my luck again in an hour, but it seems like they're avoiding clients right now.


 


edit : Tried again and success, Sky for a year :D



Check that you get starter and entertainment package when they install I only got starter today had to ring to get entertainment added as well

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  # 1966937 2-Mar-2018 10:24
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HD is the norm now....most free to air is HD accept Sky's Prime of course. Even Duke is HD. For Sky to charge an extra $10 in 2018 for HD is pathetic when they must broadcast the free to view channels in HD regardless. 

 

The CEO must go..he clearly has trouble understanding reality.

 

They deserve to die, which is sad as I was a Sky subscriber from day one up until 3 years ago.


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