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Discussion topic: Leaving Sky

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This message was authored by BenF3232 This message was authored by: BenF3232

Leaving Sky

Been with sky 12+ years and currently pay £95 per month. Rang up today for what it will be when my contract runs out on 19th June. Started at £124 then as a VIP we can offer you £105 said it's more than I'm paying final offer £99. 
wife looked into it as a new customer same package but with a better broadband 18 month contract £68.

Please make it make sense...

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This message was authored by Daniel0210 This message was authored by: Daniel0210

Re: Leaving Sky

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@BenF3232 

Most, if not all providers do this now. From recent posts on here it does seem that decent deals are increasingly hard to find. If you choose to leave the same will happen at the end of your discounted deal with whoever you go with. Once you've been away for 18 months you'll be able to rejoin and benefit from new customer discounts.

 


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@BenF3232 

 

@BenF3232 

 

Does that price include sky tv? 

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This message was authored by BenF3232 This message was authored by: BenF3232

Re: Leaving Sky

Yes 

so broadband, cinema, Netflix (no adds), TV package and two rooms 

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This message was authored by BenF3232 This message was authored by: BenF3232

Re: Leaving Sky

I get that but the difference % wise is huge. 
I''ll just leave and get Mrs to set up seems stupid 

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@BenF3232 if you decidecto switch isps then if they use the Openreach network like Sky do not cancel with Sky leave it to the new provider to do thst or you can end up with no broadband. If the outfit you choose has their own network like Virgin Media that doesn't apply. 

Technically your TV and Briadband are 2 contracts.

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This message was authored by Daniel0210 This message was authored by: Daniel0210

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@BenF3232 wrote:

I''ll just leave and get Mrs to set up seems stupid 


@BenF3232 

Be aware that Sky will be wise to this type of action to circumnavigate their T's and C's. 


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This message was authored by BenF3232 This message was authored by: BenF3232

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Thank you very worthwhile knowing that

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