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Wannabe Geek
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Topic # 164371 7-Feb-2015 15:00
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Firstly, does anyone know when you're on a 12 month term (Sky and Cable) whether you can downgrade from Sky to Freeview?  Or does that breach the terms?

Secondly, as queried here: http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=40&topicid=127072&page_no=8#908752

Does anyone know if when you downgrade whether you keep using the same T-Box and if you lose access to recorded content at all.  I would assume you just keep using the same and the recorded content remains but just checking.

I will be ringing them at some point but don't trust that I'll get the right answer so would like a heads-up beforehand.

Thanks.




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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 1232564 7-Feb-2015 16:06
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If you stop your paying for sky I assumme any recorded content from sky would be unviewable as you're no longer paying the right to view that content

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  Reply # 1232603 7-Feb-2015 17:20
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The content is still viewable that was recorded.




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Wannabe Geek
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  Reply # 1233804 10-Feb-2015 01:59
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And to answer myself re. the contract part, yes, it does constitute breaking your term if you want to downgrade from Sky to Freeview.  I'll be waiting it out...

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