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    Some questions about Sky Broadband

    This is a discussion on Some questions about Sky Broadband within the Sky Broadband help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; The mac code has just been submitted to Sky & that I should be getting a new router in the ...

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      Re: Some questions about Sky Broadband

      The mac code has just been submitted to Sky & that I should be getting a new router in the next 5 days along with an estimated date of activation of the Max service.

      So no turningback now .

      Thanks for everyones help


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      Re: Some questions about Sky Broadband

      You get the standard no quibble right to cancellation which is I think 8 days but to be honest, once it is all up and running it really is quite good.

      Sky Connect, well that's another story

     

     
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