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    Extra Room - extra pay?

    This is a discussion on Extra Room - extra pay? within the Sky 3D forums, part of the Sky+ HD Supertelly category; I have Sky+ HD on my main set and have just got an HD ready television in the bedroom where ...

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      I have Sky+ HD on my main set and have just got an HD ready television in the bedroom where my Sky + Extra Room is sited.

      If I bought a Sky + HD box for the bedtoom, would my extra room subscription cover me for HD in the bedroom - or do I have to shell out more cash for a second subscription?
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      Re: Extra Room - extra pay?

      At the moment if you want an extra Sky+ HD STB in a 2nd room, under the 'Multi-room' package, the you would have to pay around 10 for the multi-room and an additional 10.50 for the HD option, if this is what you want.

      However from September Sky are dropping the additional fee for the HD channels if you already have the option on your main STB.

      You will still need to pay the multi-room sub though.

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      Re: Extra Room - extra pay?

      I've just run a longer HDMI cable to my bedroom ( Not sure if it's allowed tho) and I have HD in 2 rooms. Can't watch separate channels but thats ok for me also run a TV Link cable so I can change channels as well.

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      It is allowed. I have a similar set-up without the extra long hdmi cable though.

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      Re: Extra Room - extra pay?

      Wey Hey I'm doing something thats ok lol.
      Just connected up my new 3D tv and playing around with it lol

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