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# 39711 18-Aug-2009 16:08
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Hi there,

I'm looking at getting MySky HDi installed very soon.  Does anyone have any tips on getting the most out of them deal wise???

I have seen their latest deal on the website which runs out on the 30th of Aug, does anyone have a clue what their next deal could be after that (realise this is a big ask but you have to try!!). They always seem to have a deal on.

Has anyone not signed up thru the website but instead rung them up and tried to make a deal with the customer rep??

I've seen some of their pass deals eg. Multiroom free for 4 months, 3 months basic paid for, 12 free PPV, cheap installs etc etc (obvious not all at the same time)

I use to always get rung up by them offering deals and have not had one for ages, always seems to work out that way!!!

Any help would be great

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  # 248332 18-Aug-2009 20:39
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i know they are doing the "friends " deal so if anyone is thinking of joining Sky and wants a $50 credit let me Know ,you can use my customer number so i can finally get something from Sky after 10 years.




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  # 248372 18-Aug-2009 21:51
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Read this thread, it'll be worth your while: http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=106&topicid=37268





 
 
 
 


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  # 248512 19-Aug-2009 09:34
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vexxxboy: i know they are doing the "friends " deal so if anyone is thinking of joining Sky and wants a $50 credit let me Know ,you can use my customer number so i can finally get something from Sky after 10 years.


I think the 'friends' deal is for a $50 Farmers voucher at the moment.Undecided




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# 248578 19-Aug-2009 11:42
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Dingbatt:
vexxxboy: i know they are doing the "friends " deal so if anyone is thinking of joining Sky and wants a $50 credit let me Know ,you can use my customer number so i can finally get something from Sky after 10 years.


I think the 'friends' deal is for a $50 Farmers voucher at the moment.Undecided



your right  Cry  still i would  use it, in fact thats even better as im $300 in credit now at sky  Smile




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