I was using two Vodafone TV devices and had pre-ordered two Sky Pod devices. I'm going to call Sky today and cancel.
I was never feeling great about the move, and now with National Geographic going, and TVNZ channels not being integrated in with the other channels, it's just pushed me over the edge. I wasn't watching a whole lot of live tv any more, but those were two channels I'd watched fairly regularly. Most of our watching these days were on-demand services like Netflix, Disney+ etc.
I'm going to move our couple of LG TVs over to Freeview HD via antenna for live tv, and continue to use Netflix/Disney+/Neon, and save myself the $80 per month.
Everything I have read screams at me to do the same.
Exit Sky as a platform, get my aerial sorted for terrestrial/linear TV and use streaming platforms off my Apple TV and Chromecasts around the house, while maybe subscribing to SKY Sport Now during the football season.
I already subscribe to Neon, Prime, Netflix, D+, ATV+ : might as well go the whole hog and ditch my $100+ per month Sky sub. doesn't feel like a great use of my money in a cost of living crisis.