Freesat & cancelling Sky multiroom.

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  1. leedsfireman

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    Hi, can some one please confirm my set up.
    I have Sky multiroom, which I don't watch much, in our bedroom. If I cancel the Sky multiroom subscription will I get all the Sky's Freesat channels automatically with paying or asking Sky anything.
    Thanks.
     
  2. Bachstrad

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    Yes you will, your existing card in the multiroom box will act as a 'freesat from sky' card if you cancel your mutiroom subscription.

    ATB

    Max
     
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    Careful... we done the same recently and ended up losing some channels (E4 - More4 etc) we got a message saying we would need to pay £1 a month!

    Removed sky+ box from bedroom and just use the Freeview tuner on the TV now.

    Will replace with a Freesat PVR next month! :clap:
     
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    Not true since 6th May!!! These channels are now FTA on all Sky STBs without a subscription as well.
     

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