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Topic # 56916 28-Jan-2010 13:54
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Hi all,


After Taking a look through my bills following a letter from telecom informing me that Sky's Pricing will increase by $2.78 PM and Knowing that i get charged by both company's seperatly i was confused as why telecom was sending me this letter on behalf of SKY as i know that the two companys hardly have anything to do with each other. As i was looking through my bills i found the usual Sky charge from SKY itself, then looking at my telecom bill i notice that im getting charged for a "TVLine". 
What is this, and does it have anything to do with my sky subscription, because if it does i feel like i am being double charged with a seperate bill from both telecom and sky for the same thing.
We have had our sky decoder for around 5-6 years with no change in the suscription. so someone please explain what is happening and tell me im missing something!


Thank you






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  Reply # 293931 28-Jan-2010 14:24
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Don't you pay through Telecom for the basic Sky package and Sky directly for any upgrades?

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  Reply # 294035 28-Jan-2010 17:46
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Correct ^

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