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  Reply # 1481153 29-Jan-2016 12:06
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tdgeek:

 

Satch:

 

tdgeek: There are no channels full of crap.

 

 

Do I detect a Kardashians fan? ;-)

 

 

 

 

No, just realistic. For everyone that can't stand E!  or cooking TV, or History Channel, there are others that do.

 

If you have Netflix, do you love every piece on content that is on it?

 

 

You missed my point.  Sky were making me pay for a bunch of channels I had no interest in.  I did want the Sky Sports channels but none of the others but still had to pay for them.  And pay handsomely too.

 

Netflix on the other hand is a lot cheaper, and has a much bigger proportion of content I am interested in.


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  Reply # 1481154 29-Jan-2016 12:07
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tdgeek:

 

Satch:

 

tdgeek: There are no channels full of crap.

 

 

Do I detect a Kardashians fan? ;-)

 

 

 

 

Oh, and furthermore, if I want to check on the the Kardashians, I'll go to a kiwi news website as it will be the first article featured'..  :-)

 

 

Fair call!


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  Reply # 1481226 29-Jan-2016 13:53
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vexxxboy: there is , it's called Favourites. I have only about 12 channels that i have to flick through at the push of a button. they are the only channels i see. 

 

Thanks - I'm certainly investigating that when I get home!


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