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  Reply # 79328 23-Jul-2007 20:28
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we were keeping sky for the simple convenience of it but after going to the ab game and videoing it on the nokia n95 and then watching it on prime over sky, i phoned up and said cut it off.

The audio was just screwed with this awful echo effect

The picture was worse, the badly coded video could not handle the rain turning the playfield into a pile of coloured squares, utterly unwatchable.

A mobile phone got a much clearer video, that's really sad sky.

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  Reply # 79646 25-Jul-2007 17:15
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With alt tv leaving free to air, I was thinking of getting sky.

Really, its a total waste to me, I already get 1-2-3-4-prime-maori free, so they are worth nothing. the cartoons arent, the documentary channels are so far behind its not funny, so thats almost $50 a month to get the channels that I want.

Weighing it up, its not worth it. If I could pay $20 or so and then add each channel I want for a small amount each month, then it would be worth it, but its only tv.




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