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    Moving my sky dish

    This is a discussion on Moving my sky dish within the Sky Broadband help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; Hi all, Is there a fixed price at sky for moving my dish higher to avoid a nearby tree. The ...

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      Moving my sky dish

      Hi all,
      Is there a fixed price at sky for moving my dish higher to avoid a nearby tree. The dish is outside an upstairs bedroom window but could be moved to the apex quite easily.


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      Re: Moving my sky dish

      Call Sky, if the dish is suffering from interference they may move it foc. Otherwise I think they would apply the standard call out rate, which |I think is 75. You may be able to get it done cheaper by a local aerial contractor.

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      Re: Moving my sky dish

      Thanks for your reply. Turns out I have Sky Protect insurance and will have an engineer here on Wednesday foc.
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