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    Sky Anytime+, Network Cables & Phone Lines...

    This is a discussion on Sky Anytime+, Network Cables & Phone Lines... within the Sky Anytime + forums, part of the Sky On Demand category; Quick question, now my box is connected to my Sky broadband to access Anytime+, is it still necessary to keep ...

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      Sky Anytime+, Network Cables & Phone Lines...

      Quick question, now my box is connected to my Sky broadband to access Anytime+, is it still necessary to keep the phone line plugged in? Is my Sky HD box intelligent enough to use the broadband connection?

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      Re: Sky Anytime+, Network Cables & Phone Lines...

      The receiver will do it's thing, the modem is not used for any TV content.

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      Re: Sky Anytime+, Network Cables & Phone Lines...

      If you have multi room you will have to keep it plugged in. If you don't use box office and other interactive services, you do not need it so unplug it. To answer your question, these it will not work through broadband, maybe in the future, but not now.

      TomD


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