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Topic # 49655 20-Nov-2009 09:24
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I have just seen Sky's new promotion, where you get free install, and 6 months of half price subscription for basic , sports, and movies and 6 months free of there magazine, what i noticed is that the only sports channel you get now is ESPN and to get anymore you have to pay for them. IE: if you want to watch Rugby you now have to pay extra, i just want to know how long its been like that as i am trying to get my father to join but hes not keen to pay extra and i was sure you used to get Sky sport 1 and ESPN

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  Reply # 274658 20-Nov-2009 09:29
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You need to buy the sports add-on to get sky sport 1,2,3




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  Reply # 274659 20-Nov-2009 09:32
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it has always been like that! your lucky to get espn in the basic package, i actually thought that came with sky sport! I dont beleive they ever offered sky sport with the basic package, why would they when they can milk some extra money out of you

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 274660 20-Nov-2009 09:33
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oh and where did you see that promotion? its not on there website, they have a come back to sky promotion, free install and first month free of sport and movies, but your promotion sounds a lot better

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