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  Reply # 364723 7-Aug-2010 16:52
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You may be right. I have used geekzone many times to get answers to problems/questions as an anonymous user. Seldom do I get fired up to make any sort of public post, but Vodafone managed to do it. Looks like will be judged on the terminology I have used in describing the problem rather than the problem itself, so be it. I feel better allready anyway.

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  Reply # 364729 7-Aug-2010 17:12
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LOL ... geekzone, your feelgood channel ...

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  Reply # 364748 7-Aug-2010 17:44
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joker97: LOL ... geekzone, your feelgood channel ...


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  Reply # 365018 8-Aug-2010 15:31
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sbiddle: A 2nd MySky HDi unit in a house attracts the $25 multiroom fee + $15 MySky HDi ticket. Vodafone are waiving this $15 fee on the 2nd decoder so you're just paying the standard multiroom charge.


Not quite.  The breakdown is actually this:

$25 multiroom
$15 hardware rental
$10 HD ticket.

Sky waives the HD ticket if you have multiroom.




I finally have fibre!  Had to leave the country to get it though.


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  Reply # 365190 9-Aug-2010 07:21
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Just to confirm, the MySkyHDi install fee was on special at $49 but has been put back to the normal price of $99 since 1st August.

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