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Discussion topic: Ok the one thing we were wary of if sky went down and it has now so no TV or anything

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This message was authored by Lynn1956 This message was authored by: Lynn1956

Ok the one thing we were wary of if sky went down and it has now so no TV or anything

I just want my TV back . sky has gone off simple

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Re: Ok the one thing we were wary of if sky went down and it has now so no TV or anything

Thank you everyone once I looked at it again I had to reput in our password etc.hadnt realised it was different on the actual box.and got it back the next day 

 

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This message was authored by Exiled-in-HH This message was authored by: Exiled-in-HH

Re: Ok the one thing we were wary of if sky went down and it has now so no TV or anything

What's gone down ... do you mean you've lost your connection to the internet?

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Re: Ok the one thing we were wary of if sky went down and it has now so no TV or anything

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So if your broadband has gone down you will need to plug an Ariel into the back of the Sky Glass and you will be able to watch the DTT channels via your TV.

 

If your broadband is down have you reported it to your ISP?



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This message was authored by TimmyBGood This message was authored by: TimmyBGood

Re: Ok the one thing we were wary of if sky went down and it has now so no TV or anything

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@Lynn1956 

 

Loss of subscription television content coinciding with broadband failure is inevitable once a streaming television service is in use.

 

In some locations it may be possible to mitigate this by using a cellular data connection given sufficient speed and data volume allowance.

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Re: Ok the one thing we were wary of if sky went down and it has now so no TV or anything

Thank you everyone once I looked at it again I had to reput in our password etc.hadnt realised it was different on the actual box.and got it back the next day 

 

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