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  Reply # 40069 29-Jun-2006 12:01
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blahbmc:

http://www.skytv.co.nz/Terms&Conditions/terms_and_conditions.htm

I would say clause 9 covers everything off



also says that you cant remove it from your house without there prior written consent, so have they sent you a letter saying its ok to take it out of the house yet? 




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  Reply # 40073 29-Jun-2006 13:11

freitasm: 
I agree, and I think the time has come to start issuing bans left and right. Either people behave and post constructive arguments, or things are going OT for my taste. I am tired of posts that are simply for the sake of a company bashing.

One thing I've learned in the last few years is that there's no company better than the other, there are services that are more adequate for some users.

This is not a place for grumpy people.



Well, I hope you will start banning people who's making rude post against other person (calling someone idiot is absolutely rude I believe) and GZ Forum is not a place for those people to be.




I is a kollege stoodent. Bee nice.



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  Reply # 41001 13-Jul-2006 21:46
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Sky came and picked up the decoder today free of charge, good on them doing something the competition does.

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