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Master Geek


#56802 24-Jan-2010 15:30
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Hey,

I have MySky HDi and currently live with my olds, I am moving away to flat and do a course. I will be away for like two-three months and then come back for a month and so on. Can I cancel my sky subscription for the time im away and then when I come back get it for a month? Am I able to do this?

[Moderator edit (MF): "HELP" is not a proper subject for a discussion so I've updated it]

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Ultimate Geek


  #292698 24-Jan-2010 16:41
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Call them and ask. But if you have signed up for a fixed period I would say no.

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Master Geek


  #292701 24-Jan-2010 17:01
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If your on a fixed term I believe so - Although there is a small monthly payment, $12 or something like that from memory!


 
 
 
 


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  #292712 24-Jan-2010 18:08
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Quick search of the SkyTV website brings up this answer:

Yes, if you are a SKY Digital customer, you can choose to downgrade your package to a monthly rental charge of $18.29 per decoder.
If you are a My Sky/My Sky HDi subscriber paying the monthly My Sky rental fee of $15.00, this still applies( ie $18.29 + $15.00 per month).  

This will still give you access to the free to air and Pay Per View channels on your decoder, as well as access to the online guide.

The minimum term for this downgrade is one month, you can upgrade at any time after the initial month


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  #292729 24-Jan-2010 19:24
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I seem to remember a few years ago a friend of mine went overseas for about 3 months and he was able to put his on "Suspend" for about $6 / month..




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Master Geek


  #292733 24-Jan-2010 19:55
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Thanks guys, I am going to ring and get it suspended.

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