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    Sky broadband with Post office homephone service

    This is a discussion on Sky broadband with Post office homephone service within the Sky Broadband help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; Hey guys, ive just switched to max from aol broadband platinum. Ive had aol for about 5 years and i ...

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      Sky broadband with Post office homephone service

      Hey guys, ive just switched to max from aol broadband platinum. Ive had aol for about 5 years and i was with bt together option 1 when i signed up. Recently i have switched to the Post office home phone service and this has not affected my broadband with aol, but im waiting activation now and im wondering would there be any problems during the migration, i believe i still have a BT line because aol only operate though BT.

      Ive just never seen this asked before

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      Re: Sky broadband with Post office homephone service

      It is still a BT line, you should have little to worry about. Another member is using SkyBB on a PO Home Phone, he is having problems but I don't think having Home Phone has anything to do with it.

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      Re: Sky broadband with Post office homephone service

      Thanks for the reply

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      Re: Sky broadband with Post office homephone service

      My sister had to move back to BT when she had sky bb installed

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      Re: Sky broadband with Post office homephone service

      id always recommend sticking with it being a BT line as it can cause no ends of issues...
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