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Topic # 60227 22-Apr-2010 12:10
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Hi guys,
Do you know which company can provide HALF price for Sky tv, thanks

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Reply # 321635 22-Apr-2010 12:11
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Is this a trick question

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  Reply # 321636 22-Apr-2010 12:16
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Are you Serious?
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  Reply # 321649 22-Apr-2010 12:48
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ordragon: Hi guys,
Do you know which company can provide HALF price for Sky tv, thanks


Get someone else in your flat to pay for the other half of the bill?

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  Reply # 321663 22-Apr-2010 13:14
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ordragon: Hi guys,
Do you know which company can provide HALF price for Sky tv, thanks


Why settle for half?

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  Reply # 321664 22-Apr-2010 13:17
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Lol why not free? :D

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  Reply # 321665 22-Apr-2010 13:18
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We received a mailer this week that promises free installation, half price sky for 6 months (this is complete package however, including movies and sports). Offer ends 2nd May.

Not sure if you can get this for just say the basic / starter package - so based on the prices on their website its still $40 is / month - your just getting the extra channels free for 6 months... oh yeah minimum 12 month contract of course.

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  Reply # 321666 22-Apr-2010 13:19
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ordragon: Hi guys,
Do you know which company can provide HALF price for Sky tv, thanks


No

Do you?

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  Reply # 321681 22-Apr-2010 14:05
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Have you tried calling BiddleCorp? Their cheif engineer, Steve, may be able to help you out in getting half price sky TV for you.

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  Reply # 321694 22-Apr-2010 14:37
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rscole86: Have you tried calling BiddleCorp? Their cheif engineer, Steve, may be able to help you out in getting half price sky TV for you.


I thought Steve was the CEO of BiddleCorp. Has there been a shake-up? 

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  Reply # 321742 22-Apr-2010 15:57
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patatrat, the economic decline has been harsh on BiddleCorp.

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  Reply # 321759 22-Apr-2010 16:13
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Maybe harvey norman?

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http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=106&topicid=60069

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  Reply # 321776 22-Apr-2010 17:31
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If it's for 6 months and the minimum term is 12 months, then it's not half price, it is a maximum discount of 1/3 price.

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  Reply # 321783 22-Apr-2010 17:44
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timestyles: If it's for 6 months and the minimum term is 12 months, then it's not half price, it is a maximum discount of 1/3 price.

How do you figure?

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Reply # 321807 22-Apr-2010 19:33
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ordragon: Hi guys,
Do you know which company can provide HALF price for Sky tv, thanks


No I give up. Which company? I would be quite interested in a discount.

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  Reply # 321812 22-Apr-2010 19:45
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I can think of three..

Sky

SKY TELEVISION

sky tv

The bottom option sky tv appears to have the smallest font, so perhaps they may do the best deal.

If anyone does find a sky provider with good pricing, let me know.





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