That must be good news for them (to state the obvious). Hopefully it will give them the confidence to introduce some new channels/services.
cws82us: I looked on the inernet and it looks like sky rent it from http://www.globecast.com.au/ check it out and hope that helps making a geekzone one :P
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openmedia:cws82us: I looked on the inernet and it looks like sky rent it from http://www.globecast.com.au/ check it out and hope that helps making a geekzone one :P
Sorry but what do sky rent of globecast?
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Dratsab: I completely agree with with nickb800 - regulation would be totally the wring thing. The right thing is for people to vote with their wallets.
I find it hilarious when people whine so mightily about Sky's service then indicate they're still going to pay for it. It doesn't really say much for them (the customer, not Sky) does it?
Is sitting in front of the TV is so important in their lives that they have to pay for it? If the answers yes then the joke's on them. Competition is a long way off, if it ever arrives, and in the meantime Sky's subscriptions are a.healthy and b.still rising, so don't expect them to change anything in your favour - ever.