Sky Q and Sky Protect - clarity needed

biagio1

Standard Member
Have now had Sky Q installed so should I cancel my Sky Protect ?. I understand the boxes (2 tb + mini) are now covered as they are owned by Sky but what about dish and cables. Let's forget for now that the TV is covered by the policy.
 

logiciel

Moderator
Sky Protect was always a waste of money.
Bin it.
 

logiciel

Moderator
:thumbsup:
 

TJT1

Member
Why would you ever have Sky Protect?
 
Does Sky Protect (from Legal and General) cover accidental damage , fire, theft etc which wouldn't be covered by Sky's own system. Better check your home insurance for rented contents you do not own.

Note also Sky Protect gives an installer visit within 24 hrs not the usual 2 to 3 days for a Sky installer visit. So it does give you somethings that Sky alone doesn't but is it worth the price for those - I don't know but certainly don't have it myself.
 
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TJT1

Member
Does Sky Protect (from Legal and General) cover accidental damage , fire, theft etc which wouldn't be covered by Sky's own system.
That would likely be covered by your household contents insurance (if you have any) wouldn't it.
 

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