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Topic # 223400 27-Sep-2017 18:00
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Not sure if anyone here still uses it, but...Sky is closing Fatso.

 

https://www.stuff.co.nz/business/industries/97301960/sky-tv-to-close-fatso-dvd-rental-service

 

Bummer if you can't get/afford Sky.

 

(although ironically this article was printed about Fatso earlier this month: https://www.stuff.co.nz/entertainment/film/96531246/dvd-stores-are-fast-disappearing-around-new-zealand--but-fatso-endures )


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  Reply # 1873777 27-Sep-2017 18:03
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I thought it had already gone. 





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  Reply # 1873778 27-Sep-2017 18:04
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I'm actually surprised it still has that many users.


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  Reply # 1873782 27-Sep-2017 18:15
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I was looking at it for 4k content but never bothered. Prob a good thing.




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