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# 38091 24-Jul-2009 15:29
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I am pretty sure we don't have the HD ticket, I have checked the bill and it doesn't appear on the telecom or sky bill. 

But.. The Rugby last week looked pretty good but on the replay on SS3 it looked crap!

So, without ringing sky and asking them, how can I tell?

I have a 37" HD (not full) tv connected through HDMI

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  # 238756 24-Jul-2009 21:06
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Hi,

The SKY channels will have HD in their title. E.g 31 Sky Sport 2 HD

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  # 238764 24-Jul-2009 21:33
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I'm not paying for mine either ;)

 
 
 
 


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  # 238836 25-Jul-2009 09:42
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If you have multiroom they waive the $10 fee.

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  # 238851 25-Jul-2009 10:13
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Oh great. I now find I am an unwitting sponsor of gumboots HD ticket... Lucky you are a rellie or I would be sending the black Sky helicopters to land on the front lawn! Laughing




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  # 238898 25-Jul-2009 15:18
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ah well no HD in the title so must be the flu drugs playing tricks!

Best to make sure i dont do the switch-a-roo on your card hairy1.

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  # 238903 25-Jul-2009 15:34
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f1guy: If you have multiroom they waive the $10 fee.


Used to have multiroom, don't anymore - but still not charged for the HD ticket.

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  # 238917 25-Jul-2009 16:41
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so does that mean that if you have multiroom and a SKY HDi box you get free HD content?

 
 
 
 


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  # 238954 25-Jul-2009 20:13
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Yes it is "free" if you have multiroom but obviously it cost more for multiroom than it would for HD as a stand alone product.

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  # 239015 26-Jul-2009 10:23
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f1guy: Yes it is "free" if you have multiroom but obviously it cost more for multiroom than it would for HD as a stand alone product.


I understand that but as we have multiroom anyway this seems to be a good deal.

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  # 247290 16-Aug-2009 18:23
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One, TV2, TV3 should be in HD even if you dont have an HD ticket (I think)

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  # 247324 16-Aug-2009 19:39
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penfald: One, TV2, TV3 should be in HD even if you dont have an HD ticket (I think)


Only if you have a MySky HDi.




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