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Topic # 42549 6-Oct-2009 18:31
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I telephoned Sky last week to get MySkyHDI at the cut cost of $49 installation. They are coming to install this Friday. Over the weekend my sister says that Sky called her to offer free installation - bugger. Has anyone else been offered free install or is my sister pulling my leg?

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  Reply # 261829 6-Oct-2009 20:07
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Have previously. Call back stating you want that offer or you will cancel the order. That should do the trick ;)

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  Reply # 261957 7-Oct-2009 09:33
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I paid $49 too and got multiroom free for 4 months. I had too plead with the 0800 customer rep. I know sky telemarketers are offering free mysky installs to people who haven't had sky before. Maybe your sister is a sky newbie?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 262911 9-Oct-2009 22:09
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cleggy2: I paid $49 too and got multiroom free for 4 months. I had too plead with the 0800 customer rep. I know sky telemarketers are offering free mysky installs to people who haven't had sky before. Maybe your sister is a sky newbie?



The free multiroom for 4 months -- was this a deal just for you or is it for all MySKY installs? If so that would just put the icing on the cake for me getting it.




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