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    Has Sky moved everyone too Unlimited ?

    This is a discussion on Has Sky moved everyone too Unlimited ? within the Sky Broadband help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; Shouldn't you have the option to stay on your old product @ plusnet customers could choose if they wanted the ...

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      Re: Has Sky moved everyone too Unlimited ?

      Shouldn't you have the option to stay on your old product @ plusnet customers could choose if they wanted the new refresh products or to stay on the old legacey products .


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      Re: Has Sky moved everyone too Unlimited ?

      You get a choice with Sky, take it or leave As you are on Max, sorry Unlimited, it has no effect on you, except if you are getting 16Mb now, you may get more when the speeds are upped.

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      Re: Has Sky moved everyone too Unlimited ?

      I was just thinking of the Base and Mid customers .

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      Re: Has Sky moved everyone too Unlimited ?

      Quote Originally Posted by MarkMK View Post
      I was just thinking of the Base and Mid customers .
      Base is exactly the same.
      Mid/Everyday Slight increases in potential download and upload speeds but a QUARTER of the download limit.
      I'd be pretty hacked off if I was on Mid.

      Still hacked off by the previous infinite price increase for Base.

      Andy

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      Re: Has Sky moved everyone too Unlimited ?

      Quote Originally Posted by neilmcl View Post
      You forgot to mention that Sky have reduced the download limit from 40Gb to 10Gb for Mid (Everyday) customers.
      Hmm i forgot that haha an the uploads have changed aswell decent stuff need a good upload speed

     

     
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