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Topic # 25214 15-Aug-2008 08:11
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It appears that MySky1 is no longer available.  So if an existing MySky1 box develops a fault, will SkyTV replace it with another (possibly second hand) MySky1, or will they replace it with a MySky HDi?

If they replace it with a HDi, will they still want the $50 upgrade fee?

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  Reply # 157114 15-Aug-2008 08:31
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I assume that they will have a pile of returned MySky1 boxes from the HDi upgrades and this will keep them going for years..



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