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Discussion in 'Sky Digital TV Forum' started by raigraphixs, Jul 25, 2001.

  1. raigraphixs

    raigraphixs
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    Hi,

    Does anyone have any comments about the touted price for the new box being about £300, and £50 for installation!!, and then the £10 a month extra on top!!!.

    Why charge £10 a month, when we pay for the services already, does'nt this give them huge profits on top.

    Only there was another competitor to Sky, that would then give us value for money, considering the problems the boxes (current) have.

    Its only tv at te end of the day, remember when it was so cheap!!, and only 4 channels, now it costs an arm and long to watch!!!.

    Comments?


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  2. loz

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    I think you answered your own question there.
    It costs the same to watch those 4 channels now as it did before - i.e. the TV licence.

    You can pay extra to watch 100's of channels for a Sky subscription
    But you dont have to sub to Sky, you can still just watch your 4 channels.

    It is the same with Sky+. You don't have to buy it. No one is forcing you.

    Though I agree it doesnt look attractive with a £10 sub. I wish they would be more clear what I am getting for it, if anything.
     
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    Its only tv at te end of the day, remember when it was so cheap!!, and only 4 channels, now it costs an arm and long to watch!!!.

    I mean 'arm and leg', not long!!.
     

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