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Topic # 147436 19-Jun-2014 09:58
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I'd like to get a definitive answer to this question as I'm getting mixed answers where ever I go. Can we get Sky through Vodafone in Masterton?

On the website as soon as I enter my address the option to select Sky disappears (leaving me with only Vodafone TV), emailing the support team they say there should be no reason why I can't get it (although she did say she wasn't a Sales rep so isn't exactly sure), and a Vodafone rep who visited in early April who I think I remembered saying we couldn't get it then but it would be coming shortly.

I'm quite interested in combing phone/internet/sky to save a few $$ but so I'd like to get an answer.




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  Reply # 1069093 19-Jun-2014 10:05

Hey there,

 You can get Sky with Vodafone anywhere that Sky is available (Unless you are connected to fibre or our cable network, in which case we provide Vodafone TV as the preferred option).

I'd like to have a look at the address checker and see why it's showing Vodafone TV as the only option. Could you please send me a PM with your address?

Cheers,

 - Nik




Product Manager @ PB Tech

https://pbtech.co.nz/smartphones




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  Reply # 1069094 19-Jun-2014 10:08
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PM sent. Thanks Nik.

So if I want to sign up to fibre I also can't get Sky? Because I also want fibre.




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