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  # 239016 26-Jul-2009 10:24
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They initially called me in April offering me MySky1 for 6 months half priced, I sent them on their way and told them to call me back when they had HDi....sure enough a month later they did!
So I took up the offer and added on the HD Ticket, I worked out come november once the discount runs out it will go upto around $110 a month, will start to scale back then as thats too much to pay I feel

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  # 240307 29-Jul-2009 20:55
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Was there any sort of end date on this ? Im currently on Telstras triple service but am fed up with the price and crap caps but dont want to make a decision for a couple of weeks if i can help it.



 
 
 
 


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  # 241354 2-Aug-2009 00:52
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In "Christchurch" there was a guy offering this deal at the Sunday Markets (Riccarton Raceway). I'm not sure if he is still there or not.

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  # 244458 9-Aug-2009 16:28
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Just got myself onto the HDi bandwagon.

Called this afternoon and got $49 install with $42.48 for Basic, Sport, Movies, the HD ticket and STB rental included for the first six months and then I can drop to just the sport in HD for $92 for the remaining six months.

Many thanks to the OP for the tip :)


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