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  # 1967410 3-Mar-2018 09:53
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Batman:

 

has this eternal deal actually ended now?

 

 

Yes, gone burger.

 

I had the deal for a year, $50 for Sport, HD, MySky+. I now pay $109.80. I can drop that by $25 to $85, thats not too bad. I could save another $5 by downgrading to MySky thats just a reduction in recording time, so $79.80.  

 

I think $79.80 for Starter, Sport, MySky and HD is not bad at all. Or in my case Sport, with an added convenience of recording and FTA in the same STB. Ive read at GZ that $75 to $80 is a bit of a sweet spot. 


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  # 1972985 12-Mar-2018 10:22
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Now that deal has gone, does that mean prices have also gone. 

 


I signed up to deal a few weeks ago for Basic, Sport, HD and MySky for $49 approx. Now ive just got next months bill and its $97.98. Seems like its been changed to there new pricing structure. Even though not what I signed up for. 

 

Is this normal? I thought id still get the $49 deal for next 12 months. As what I signed up for. 


 
 
 
 


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  # 1972990 12-Mar-2018 10:25
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Someone on Cheapies said the deal is still available


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  # 1972991 12-Mar-2018 10:26
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bbunnys:

Now that deal has gone, does that mean prices have also gone. 



I signed up to deal a few weeks ago for Basic, Sport, HD and MySky for $49 approx. Now ive just got next months bill and its $97.98. Seems like its been changed to there new pricing structure. Even though not what I signed up for. 


Is this normal? I thought id still get the $49 deal for next 12 months. As what I signed up for. 



You need to call Sky and tell them this is not what I signed up for

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  # 1972993 12-Mar-2018 10:26
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bbunnys:

 

Now that deal has gone, does that mean prices have also gone. 

 


I signed up to deal a few weeks ago for Basic, Sport, HD and MySky for $49 approx. Now ive just got next months bill and its $97.98. Seems like its been changed to there new pricing structure. Even though not what I signed up for. 

 

Is this normal? I thought id still get the $49 deal for next 12 months. As what I signed up for. 

 

 

 

 

Sounds like a mistake, the contract says you get the pricing for 12 months


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  # 1972997 12-Mar-2018 10:31
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Did you pay the last bill on time?


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  # 1972999 12-Mar-2018 10:32
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Yeah, I was thinking that sounds like you're being billed for two months at once. 


 
 
 
 


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  # 1973010 12-Mar-2018 10:51
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tdgeek:

 

Did you pay the last bill on time?

 

 

 

 

I paid first month when installed 3 weeks ago. So should be up to date and this is the first bill ive seen. 

 

I think they just stuffed it all up. As when I look at my account on Sky web site says im on there new package structure and have Soho and channels I never signed up to. 

 

But of cause you ring them to sort it and there is no one on the phone. Tell you to email and will take 5 days to reply... top service :-(


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  # 1973060 12-Mar-2018 11:06
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Will have to check my bill as well as signed up same time thanks for the heads up

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  # 1973098 12-Mar-2018 11:47
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bbunnys:

 

tdgeek:

 

Did you pay the last bill on time?

 

 

 

 

I paid first month when installed 3 weeks ago. So should be up to date and this is the first bill ive seen. 

 

I think they just stuffed it all up. As when I look at my account on Sky web site says im on there new package structure and have Soho and channels I never signed up to. 

 

But of cause you ring them to sort it and there is no one on the phone. Tell you to email and will take 5 days to reply... top service :-(

 

 

 

 

I had Sky installed on Friday under the old package, but was given Soho free. The installer said anyone who keeps the Sky basic full package gets Soho


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  # 1973200 12-Mar-2018 13:44
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Nope this deal is still going just got off the phone

Sky starter + entertainment
MY Sky Hdmi +
Sky sports
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$48.99 12 month deal install tomorrow

Ring now if you want in in this.

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  # 1973692 13-Mar-2018 06:44
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I'm currently on that exact deal. My online statement just arrived and tells me they are adding Soho for no extra charge.

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  # 1973747 13-Mar-2018 09:03
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I'm on the deal (have been since May last year), and I've had Soho added for free.

 

 

 

About to ring and cancel Sky though. Wonder if they will try and retain me (I doubt it).


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  # 1973749 13-Mar-2018 09:07
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trig42:

 

I'm on the deal (have been since May last year), and I've had Soho added for free.

 

 

 

About to ring and cancel Sky though. Wonder if they will try and retain me (I doubt it).

 

 

Worth asking the question. They should try, a temporary discount etc.


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  # 1973753 13-Mar-2018 09:14
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They will offer you a 3 month discount, on sports/movies if I recall correctly. 

 

 


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