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    Changes in Sky 3D incoming....

    This is a discussion on Changes in Sky 3D incoming.... within the Sky 3D forums, part of the Sky+ HD Supertelly category; Edited: After searching through posts to see if this had already been mentioned and thinking it hadnt.... I found it ...

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      Red face Changes in Sky 3D incoming....

      Edited: After searching through posts to see if this had already been mentioned and thinking it hadnt.... I found it elsewhere on here, so deleted... sorry everyone
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      Re: Changes in Sky 3D incoming....

      Don't worry, there won't be a group of people knocking on your door about an hour before sunrise...

      There are a couple of threads on this topic already. The new 'product' is call Entertainment Extra+.

      Here is one of the threads: Entertainment Extra+

      On the whole I think that opening up the Sky 3D channel is a fantastic move for everyone. Many have bought a 3D TV but are unlikely to subscribe to the Sky World package. This allows many others to benefit and can help Sky by raising their advertising revenue on an otherwise very expensive production. 3D is more expensive than to HD to produce.

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      Re: Changes in Sky 3D incoming....

      I am such a wally, I did try and find it first.... blind as a bat huh!

      I have to say I am Sooooooooo confused by it.

      I currently have EE, HD, Movies..... so what will the changes mean to me? I cant work it out?!?!

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      Re: Changes in Sky 3D incoming....

      Don't worry. Of course I could make some phone calls to get the firing squad arranged if you prefer

      What do you do: Same as myself and leave it alone.

      The result should be that you will retain the ability to watch HD movies, all the Sky HD channels associated with the Entertainment and Entertainment Extra packs, ability to download from the CUTV and On Demand sections and gain access to some of the content on the 3D channel.

      Of course if you do not have a 3D TV, watching the 3D channel is pointless at this time. You may wish to start saving up for one in this case.

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      Re: Changes in Sky 3D incoming....

      Yay... I have a 3D TV so I gain in that case then :-))

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      Re: Changes in Sky 3D incoming....

      I don't.... yet.

      In your case: Roll on 9th April!

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      Re: Changes in Sky 3D incoming....

      For those of you who may not already be aware, Sky has delayed the change over to the new packages.

      Everything should go live on the 15th or 16th April.

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      Re: Changes in Sky 3D incoming....

      Anyone know why have Sky felt the need to move the 3D channel to, what was Sky 1 SD (170)? Took me ages to find Sky 1 SD the other day (now 216)!!

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      Re: Changes in Sky 3D incoming....

      Quote Originally Posted by Scubbie View Post
      For those of you who may not already be aware, Sky has delayed the change over to the new packages.Everything should go live on the 15th or 16th April.
      Wonder if it had anything to do with the email fiasco?

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      Re: Changes in Sky 3D incoming....

      Quote Originally Posted by seawright View Post
      Wonder if it had anything to do with the email fiasco?
      The delay is due to needing more resources concentrating on email issues.
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