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Discussion topic: Ordering a broadband booster

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This message was authored by Madhouse This message was authored by: Madhouse

Ordering a broadband booster

How do I order a broadband booster?

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This message was authored by GD1 This message was authored by: GD1

Re: Ordering a broadband booster

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@Madhouse  You need to call Sky.

 

You can call on 150 from a Sky Talk Line or Sky Mobile.

If you haven't got a current Sky Mobile or Sky Talk this link should help:
(UK) https://www.sky.com/help/home Scroll down and click on ‘Need more help’ and it provides a 0333 number
(ROI) on the same link change the flag in the very bottom corner to the ROI flag to obtain an 0818 number.

Stay on the line and don’t hang up if prompted to. Apparently the quieter times to ring are just after 7am or about 9pm.

Like you I'm a customer here, Sky Employees are clearly identified as such.
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This message was authored by TimmyBGood This message was authored by: TimmyBGood

Re: Ordering a broadband booster

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@Madhouse 

 

As @GD1 indicates, you need to phone to check you have the appropriate subscription and then go through diagnostics a process.

 

Sky loans wireless booster hardware free under the terms of the 'WiFi Guarantee' element of 'Broadband Boost' and the 'Enhanced Wall to Wall WiFi Guarantee' part of the 'WiFi Max' subscription supplement: they don't otherwise provide or sell them except to resolve issues with Sky Q. Inevitably some have leaked onto a certain auction site, but Sky won't offer support with using these. 

 

Confusingly the 'Wall to Wall WiFi Guarantee' doesn't actually provide booster hardware, and is essentially a sales lead generator for the supplements mentioned above.

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