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    Changing Sky Broadband plans

    This is a discussion on Changing Sky Broadband plans within the Sky Broadband help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; Hi, just a quick question here. I am currently on Sky Unlimited and want to downgrade to Sky Everyday. If ...

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      Changing Sky Broadband plans

      Hi, just a quick question here.

      I am currently on Sky Unlimited and want to downgrade to Sky Everyday.

      If I do this and in 3 months time I would get by with Sky Base would I be able to ring Sky and change my plan? Or would I be stuck in a new 12 month contract with Sky Everyday?

      Thanks


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      Re: Changing Sky Broadband plans

      I think you should be able to downgrade. If you don't need the speed or the bandwidth then they should let you drop the package.

     

     

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