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Topic # 88439 16-Aug-2011 11:13
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Off their Twitter account this morning:

You’ll soon be able to get SKY Sport for half price with selected Vodafone fixed broadband plans


More info here.

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  Reply # 507229 16-Aug-2011 11:43
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You can't get it though if you already have the mysky discount, so only any good for those on the standard decoder.

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  Reply # 507230 16-Aug-2011 11:44
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But they also mentioned on the website that if you are already getting $15/month off for the MySky box then you will not get the half price sports. You can only choose 1 discount.




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  Reply # 507246 16-Aug-2011 12:10
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billgates: But they also mentioned on the website that if you are already getting $15/month off for the MySky box then you will not get the half price sports. You can only choose 1 discount.


Yep #nate fail this morning because I can't read.

Bugger.  Was looking like an amazing deal with both.

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  Reply # 507460 16-Aug-2011 17:34
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at half off its still more than i'm willing to pay




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