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  Reply # 1586960 6-Jul-2016 10:01
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kharris:

 

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old3eyes:

 

John Fellet  of Sky said during the Skodafone merger that he would love to kill SkyGo.  2% of use and 90% of complaints.

 

 

I can see that. It seems many seem to hook it up to a TV? On my iPad it works fine, and great for when I'm on the GO. I feel many use it not on the go, to a telly, and then its a bit lame, but thats not the purpose. 

 

 

I guess people without Sky might be using a friend or family members account and putting Sky on their TV's cheap or free.  You could in theory share your sky go 5 times for a small fee and subsidise your sky bill.

 

I don't do this at all btw.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Isnt that what sky multi-room is for?


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  Reply # 1586981 6-Jul-2016 10:27
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kharris:

 

tdgeek:

 

old3eyes:

 

John Fellet  of Sky said during the Skodafone merger that he would love to kill SkyGo.  2% of use and 90% of complaints.

 

 

I can see that. It seems many seem to hook it up to a TV? On my iPad it works fine, and great for when I'm on the GO. I feel many use it not on the go, to a telly, and then its a bit lame, but thats not the purpose. 

 

 

I guess people without Sky might be using a friend or family members account and putting Sky on their TV's cheap or free.  You could in theory share your sky go 5 times for a small fee and subsidise your sky bill.

 

I don't do this at all btw.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Isnt that what sky multi-room is for?

 

 

If you pay for it... yes ;-)





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  Reply # 1587070 6-Jul-2016 12:52
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kharris:

 

tdgeek:

 

old3eyes:

 

John Fellet  of Sky said during the Skodafone merger that he would love to kill SkyGo.  2% of use and 90% of complaints.

 

 

I can see that. It seems many seem to hook it up to a TV? On my iPad it works fine, and great for when I'm on the GO. I feel many use it not on the go, to a telly, and then its a bit lame, but thats not the purpose. 

 

 

I guess people without Sky might be using a friend or family members account and putting Sky on their TV's cheap or free.  You could in theory share your sky go 5 times for a small fee and subsidise your sky bill.

 

I don't do this at all btw.

 

 

 

 

5 separate devices but only one viewing at a time, so you couldn't have 5 connections, and it only shows some movies, sports and a few TV programmes.


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  Reply # 1587101 6-Jul-2016 13:39
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....only one viewing at a time....

 

 

Oh really? Well that stuffs that theory then aye!





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