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    View Poll Results: Sky and Phorm - Would you leave if implemented?

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    Phorm and Sky Broadband - Would you stay or go?

    This is a discussion on Phorm and Sky Broadband - Would you stay or go? within the Polls forums, part of the Website news category; I hope Sky listens too. They seem to be listening to customers a little more recently, maybe they will :P ...

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      Re: Phorm and Sky Broadband - Would you stay or go?

      I hope Sky listens too. They seem to be listening to customers a little more recently, maybe they will :P

      BT obviously think they above the law lol


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      Re: Phorm and Sky Broadband - Would you stay or go?

      I for one will definitely be leaving Sky if they start using Phorm how can you trust a company that forces you to opt out it should be the other way round we should have to opt in and it financially benefits them to make it as difficult as possible for you to opt out

      Another point to bear in mind is if you use clean tool on your computer such as CC Cleaner or any other software that deletes cookies you will have to opt out again.

      I will be leaving Sky in January 2010 when they increase my max package by 5 pm because I refuse to submit to their take our phone service extortion tactics hopefully they won't implement Phorm before then or even at all

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      Re: Phorm and Sky Broadband - Would you stay or go?

      Quote Originally Posted by anon555 View Post
      I for one will definitely be leaving Sky if they start using Phorm how can you trust a company that forces you to opt out it should be the other way round we should have to opt in and it financially benefits them to make it as difficult as possible for you to opt out
      There is absolutely no evidence whatsoever that Sky either will, or have intentions to, use Phorm. So isn't it all completely moot until those intentions are made known?

      I will be leaving Sky in January 2010 when they increase my max package by 5 pm because I refuse to submit to their take our phone service extortion tactics hopefully they won't implement Phorm before then or even at all
      And that is another subject altogether. More good business than extortion, the latter of which is prosecutable in UK law.
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      Re: Phorm and Sky Broadband - Would you stay or go?

      Phorm shares plumet.. Phorm phading phast ? The Register

     

     
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