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Topic # 59184 29-Mar-2010 18:08
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This is probably a bad question, but Im looking after a friends place in the weekend and they also have mysky, only diffence is they dont have sky sports.   As I do, if I take my SKYcard around will I be able to watch my skysports around there or will it have no effect at all, any answers much appreciated, thankyou.

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  Reply # 312560 29-Mar-2010 19:47
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i may be wrong and theres a 50/50 chance but it should work..and if worst comes to worst and you are desperate to watch a certain game then i guess you could take your mysky box round,( though im not sure thats totally what sky would want you to do!)

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  Reply # 312562 29-Mar-2010 19:56
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Just take your mysky. ask them first to make sure they dont have anything booked to record while they are away.

Just wire your one in and away you go.




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  Reply # 312569 29-Mar-2010 20:13
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Smile Thankyou.

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  Reply # 312578 29-Mar-2010 20:35
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yes they work in each others machines

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