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# 205608 19-Nov-2016 14:05
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I tried livestream its not there.


I know there are dodgy sites but I dont want to break the law etc.


I dont have sky, but do miss the sports channel, but even then during summer I get minimal use if you work and the crickets on then they have a weeks break etc. I wish there was pay per view.


So usually I just listen to the radio.


 


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  # 1674189 19-Nov-2016 14:24
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  # 1674200 19-Nov-2016 14:53
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Goes to show that Sky has a way to go in getting the word out about fanpass.  (Or they are fearful that it may cause some to abandon their Sky subscription).  For those that still don't know, fanpass is Sky's official online offering for non-subscribers, offering either 24-hour, 7-day, or 30-day access to Sky Sport 1-4 (and occasionally specific sports pop-up channels).  It has nothing to do with Sky-go, and has been pretty solid technically.


 
 
 
 


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  # 1674202 19-Nov-2016 14:57
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GregV:

 

Goes to show that Sky has a way to go in getting the word out about fanpass.  (Or they are fearful that it may cause some to abandon their Sky subscription).  For those that still don't know, fanpass is Sky's official online offering for non-subscribers, offering either 24-hour, 7-day, or 30-day access to Sky Sport 1-4 (and occasionally specific sports pop-up channels).  It has nothing to do with Sky-go, and has been pretty solid technically.

 

 

 

 

quality is a ton better than skygo too which is good :)







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  # 1674211 19-Nov-2016 15:10
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TY TY TY bros.

 

I only knew about Sky go and was hoping had a trial which it doesnt.




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  # 1674213 19-Nov-2016 15:15
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Ouch on the price though I thought $5 for the day would be fair and $15 for a week !

 

$15 for one day, wat the.

 

And why are they so crazy with 4 sports channels of the same material????




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  # 1674214 19-Nov-2016 15:18
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If anyone gets their act together with a Netflix like sports offering in this country, Sky TV is a sitting duck !

 

Even nrl pass is way better price wise.

 

So I pay $15 and it gets rained out. Nah thats not pay per view thats lots of $ per view. So not like pay per view overseas.


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  # 1674284 19-Nov-2016 19:17
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Best value is the 1 month pass - you'll get about 5 games over the next 4 weeks. That one auto-renews though, so you need to remember to cancel it.




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  # 1674407 20-Nov-2016 10:06
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Thanks, reminds me of trialing NEON and forgetting to cancel it haha




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  # 1674425 20-Nov-2016 11:22
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We are smashing it !


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  # 1674474 20-Nov-2016 11:47
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The subscription fee feels like a worthwhile investment when we're performing well :)





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