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    Regrading from max to mid

    This is a discussion on Regrading from max to mid within the Sky Broadband help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; Could always reduce your TV package, taking out HD when you are trying to cut costs is probably not the ...

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      Re: Regrading from max to mid

      Could always reduce your TV package, taking out HD when you are trying to cut costs is probably not the best idea going lol.


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      Re: Regrading from max to mid

      yes you can do that now,(from 1st march) it is 20 each time to downgrade.
      Do you have an online link confirming this? I can see a lot of users taking advantage if it is true.

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      Re: Regrading from max to mid

      Quote Originally Posted by Isitme View Post
      Do you have an online link confirming this? I can see a lot of users taking advantage if it is true.
      sorry I dont know were to find it on-line. but you can do it 110%, just give them a ring. and only canceltions dept can do it.

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      Re: Regrading from max to mid

      Quote Originally Posted by PaulSky View Post
      Could always reduce your TV package, taking out HD when you are trying to cut costs is probably not the best idea going lol.
      I don't need to cut all costs, just some of them - I like my HD!

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      Re: Regrading from max to mid

      Quote Originally Posted by robert26 View Post
      yes you can do that now,(from 1st march) it is 20 each time to downgrade.
      e.g from max down to mid=20, max down to base=20 ect...
      give the bb canceltions a ring, I cant recall what department deal with it, but they willl know.
      Thanks. I've got 7 months left, at the extra 5 a month it would be 35 extra until the end of the 12 months. If Sky are charging 20 to downgrade, I'd only be saving 15.

      I might as well wait until the 12 months are up and then downgrade for free.

     

     
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