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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 82903 7-May-2011 10:42
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I really wish Sky would itemise the bill a bit better.

My invoice says:

Monthly services:
Basic, 1 Multiroom, Movies, Sports,
HD Ticket, HD Credit

What does the HD credit mean?

I know when we first had mysky, we turned the HD ticket off as we didn't have a HD TV, but assumed when we got multiroom a year later the HD ticket automatically turned on. 
 




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  Reply # 466417 7-May-2011 10:57
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If you have multiroom HD ticket is free so it appears they charge you and credit you for it. I agree the sky bill is the worst bar none I have ever seen.

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  Reply # 466420 7-May-2011 11:26
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I thought that would've been standard accounting practice and required by law.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 466517 7-May-2011 17:54
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firewire: I thought that would've been standard accounting practice and required by law.


i think hes talking about how they lay the info out on the bill etc and the little details they give :P




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