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Discussion topic: Sky decoder in rented property

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This message was authored by DStrudwick This message was authored by: DStrudwick

Sky decoder in rented property

Hi, I am living in temporary accommodation whilst my house is under renovation.

The house has a skybox ER115 for Internet, can I get Sky TV as there is no decoder box?

Owner is away travelling.

TIA 

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This message was authored by Colin0000 This message was authored by: Colin0000

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@DStrudwick wrote:

Hi, I am living in temporary accommodation whilst my house is under renovation.

The house has a skybox ER115 for Internet, can I get Sky TV as there is no decoder box?

Owner is away travelling.

TIA 


Not without an 18 month contract and the owners permission if a dish needs fitting. If you have internet access then NowTV may be your best bet.

Sky Q 2GB 32B106 - HDMI to TV, hard wired to router with WiFi disabled on the Q box
VM 256Mpbs via rubbish VM HUB 3 router
Samsung S95C 55"
This message was authored by TimmyBGood This message was authored by: TimmyBGood

Re: Sky decoder in rented property

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@DStrudwick 

 

The online-only Sky Television product is 'Stream' (and does not require the broadband to be from Sky).  Sky Q television needs a satellite dish.

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Sky Glass 55" (on ethernet) & two Stream Pucks (one ethernet / one WiFi)
BT Halo 3+ Ultrafast FTTP (500Mbs), BT Smart Hub 2
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