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Tribune

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The offer is somewhat misleading. The ESCC page talks about 'all the SKY Sports Channels' but the terms & conditions mention only SKY Sports 1 & 2, not 3 or Extra. Unfortunately.

If anyone knows better, I'd be interested to hear!
 

nigelbb

Distinguished Member
Tribune said:
The offer is somewhat misleading. The ESCC page talks about 'all the SKY Sports Channels' but the terms & conditions mention only SKY Sports 1 & 2, not 3 or Extra. Unfortunately.

If anyone knows better, I'd be interested to hear!
I think that the claim 'all the SKY Sports Channels' would be be clear enough in any court. At the very least the Advertising Standards Authority would give them a sharp rap over the knuckles.
 

nigelbb

Distinguished Member
Unfortunately the real weasel words in the T&Cs are ' excludes previous and existing Sky digital customers'. So the offer is basically worthless. What a con!
 

coopermanyorks

Standard Member
Tribune said:
The offer is somewhat misleading. The ESCC page talks about 'all the SKY Sports Channels' but the terms & conditions mention only SKY Sports 1 & 2, not 3 or Extra. Unfortunately.

If anyone knows better, I'd be interested to hear!

Order Sky sports 1 & 2 and you will receive 3 and SSExtra as bonus channels :D
 

coopermanyorks

Standard Member
Any existing Sky customer can upgrade to a Sky+ box for FREE when they take a £10/month Multiroom subscription. Standard installation will also be free.



[Existing customers can get it but only by going multiroom :thumbsdow

Any existing Sky customer can upgrade to a Sky+ box for FREE when they take a £10/month Multiroom subscription. Standard installation will also be free.
 

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