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    Taking Sky broadband (max) means I cant cancel Sky TV?!?

    This is a discussion on Taking Sky broadband (max) means I cant cancel Sky TV?!? within the Sky Broadband help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; That's nice to know, I've been holding off SKY+ because our house is up for sale, didn't want to enter ...

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      Re: Taking Sky broadband (max) means I cant cancel Sky TV?!?

      That's nice to know, I've been holding off SKY+ because our house is up for sale, didn't want to enter a 12mth contract.

      Glad I added to this THREAD.


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      Re: Taking Sky broadband (max) means I cant cancel Sky TV?!?

      Sorry for getting of the subject a bit .

      If I go and buy a SKY+ box, and upgrade the LNB, and put another cable or two in, I can still use the Hard Drive???

      Also, as it's a twin tuner, can I watch another channel on another TV and turn the SKY over without upsetting the wife? I already have Sky on ALL my tv's via the Magic Eyes, I can switch channels on ALL tv's, only when the wife's not watching anything on Sky.

      I was going to buy a Sky+ box the other day, and the person told me that I would need to subscribe to Sky+. That's where the 10 a month came from!!!

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      Re: Taking Sky broadband (max) means I cant cancel Sky TV?!?

      Quote Originally Posted by smegs View Post
      Also, as it's a twin tuner, can I watch another channel on another TV and turn the SKY over without upsetting the wife? I already have Sky on ALL my tv's via the Magic Eyes, I can switch channels on ALL tv's, only when the wife's not watching anything on Sky.
      Sadly no. The second tuner can only be used by the Sky+ box for recording. There can only be one channel that's currently being viewed, so if someone is watching a particular channel on the main TV, that's the only channel you can be watching remotely.

      You really need Sky Multi-room for what you want, and that does cost an extra 10 a month.

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      Re: Taking Sky broadband (max) means I cant cancel Sky TV?!?

      Hello James,

      Thank you for that Info.

     

     
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