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Topic # 15361 18-Aug-2007 09:56
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I found this in the NZ Herald today.

"Fellet said the first generation MySky Personal Video recorder had helped continue the declined level of churn, the percentage of subscribers who disconnect their service .

But he confirmed that difficulties acquiring the hardware for a new second-generation MySky meant that its launch had been delayed from March to June.

He said that if there were any longer delays the company would have to review its promotion of MySky."

Sometimes I think it would be better if they didn't tell you about new products/ideas until the last minute so you don't get disappointed by unexpected delays.

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Master Geek
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  Reply # 82809 18-Aug-2007 11:16
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I presume that MySky2 will co-incide with HD broadcasts from Sky?

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  Reply # 82812 18-Aug-2007 11:27

the large one off cost to lease the unit might be a driver of the declined churn


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  Reply # 82815 18-Aug-2007 11:30
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lol, June 2008 ??? While a lot of people will be crystal ball gazing, June 2008 is such a long, LONG way away as to wonder why even bother. Who knows how much the scene would've changed by then.Undecided

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  Reply # 82919 20-Aug-2007 08:29
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Guess Freeview will have their TiVo in place before then..



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