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Sky Contract Lengths

Discussion in 'Sky Forum' started by dx052, Apr 13, 2010.

  1. dx052

    dx052 Member

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    I am just after a bit of confirmation I suppose as it seems I was wrong with regards to Sky contracts.

    I was understood to believe that after you have completed a 12 month contract with Sky and you cancel then if you re subscribe you don't have to complete another 12 months, not just 30 days.

    I told them that I had the old equipment & they suggested that I may as well get the new box ((I think its a HD box) & dish & just pay a £30 installation fee.

    Is that true?
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    Is what true?
  3. dx052

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    I was understood to believe that after you have completed a 12 month contract with Sky and you cancel then if you re subscribe you don't have to complete another 12 months, not just 30 days.
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    So, the bit about HD was a red herring?
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    Yes, you've been misinformed - another 12 months contract - also a new install shouldn't need a new dish.
    HD receivers are standard now for installations - if you go for that watch out for them trying to get you to actually use and pay for (apart from the few free channels) the HD.

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