For Sale Sky SR101 Router and EE Brightbox Router. Brand New.

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  1. NLP

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    I have an unused, brand new, Sky Hub that is boxed with power and Ethernet cables.
    It is the latest version as was received from Sky yesterday.
    £30 Delivered.

    Also EE Brightbox Wireless Router - Again, unused and boxed. Complete.
    £12.50 delivered.

    Location: Cornwall
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    Still available.
     
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    Open to offers.
     
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    Is the Router not EE's property?
     
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    I'm intrigued - Why would it still be EE's property?

    As I said, I have never heard of that before.
     
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    It's fairly common these days - I know for sure for example that BE and I think Plus.net request you send them the router back when you cancel contract - otherwise they charge you something mad like £59.99.

    Should check T's and C's before selling.
     
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    Interesting to know.

    Not the case regarding these though.
     
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    And the reason I can safely say that is I ASKED if they wanted them posted back as they would not be used.
     

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