I take it that once my year with Sky is complete I can cancel my £12.50 monthly payment and still get the same programmes I am receiving now? What I find strange if this is true is why do Sky charge for this value pack after the 12 months is over! Surely when my year is up, Sky won't continue charging me £12.50 per month when the channels I am getting, I can get for free. Do Sky actually advise you when your year is up and stop taking the £12.50 from you. If not then aren't they taking your money for nothing? Or am I missing something? Also I was thinking of paying around £16.50 extra a month just for the last couple of months for the football season by getting the Sky Sports package. This extra £16.50 a month, in my opinion, is worth it for the number of matches that are going to be on. However once my year is over and I cancel my payments to Sky, if I ever want to pay for the football again, I will need to find £29 a month, so why don't Sky have their packages priced at what they are minus the £12.50?