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Can one sky box work on 2 tvs?

Hi

I'm thinking of joining SKY and would like to know whether one sky box can work on 2 tv's, i.e. if the main box is in my living room and a film comes on, I'd like to be able to watch it upstairs in bed on the tv in my room? 

My electrician has put a cable through the wall/floorboards from my living room to my bedroom but i just wanted to check whether Sky could use this before I sign up?

Thanks


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Hi Sam141185,   Welcome to our Sky Forum.   Great to see...

Hi Sam141185,

 

Welcome to our Sky Forum.

 

Great to see that you are thinking about getting sky.

 

To view Sky in two rooms you can have a box in your livingroom and you can purchase a TV link to be able to view the same programme in a different room at no extra cost.

 

You can get the TV link from your local electrical retailers.

 

Have a look at what we have to offer here.

 

Thanks,

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Posts: 5,207
Joined: ‎20-12-2010

Hi Sam141185,   Welcome to our Sky Forum.   Great to see...

Hi Sam141185,

 

Welcome to our Sky Forum.

 

Great to see that you are thinking about getting sky.

 

To view Sky in two rooms you can have a box in your livingroom and you can purchase a TV link to be able to view the same programme in a different room at no extra cost.

 

You can get the TV link from your local electrical retailers.

 

Have a look at what we have to offer here.

 

Thanks,