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Downgrading from SKY HD......

sprint blue

Standard Member
....and multiroom.

Hello again.

Economic situation is a bit hairy at the moment and was wondering if it is possible to downgrade from Sky HD to SKY Freesat. :eek:

We currently have 2 x HD boxes 1 x standard box and our monthly bill is about £110. This includes Sky Talk and line rental.:rolleyes:

I know we would lose vast majority of HD channels, movies, sports, etc.. but hopefully it will just be for 1-2 years max.:confused:

Anyway, does anyone know if it is possible to downgrade but retain the HD boxes and Sky plus functionality.:lesson:

many thanks in anticipation. :lease:
 

logiciel

Moderator

sprint blue

Standard Member
Thanks for the prompt reply.

So I can still use the boxes as normal but pay a tenner for SKY plus on one box or, I presume, £20 for having SKY plus functionality on both my HD boxes.

Sorry to be a pain, but you just know that SKY won't volunteer this information easily.:eek:
 
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logiciel

Moderator
That's OK, and that's right, £10 for each receiver to record.
Sky are meant to allow it when you stop subscribing but some agents might not admit to knowing about it.
 

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