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    Sky Go To Allow More Devices?

    This is a discussion on Sky Go To Allow More Devices? within the Sky news and announcements forums, part of the SkyUser Announcements category; Definitely! dog-man...

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      Re: Sky Go To Allow More Devices?

      Definitely!


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      Re: Sky Go To Allow More Devices?

      There is no chance I will be paying an extra fiver for this when they can or will not let us use Sky Go on more Andriod devices.

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      Re: Sky Go To Allow More Devices?

      No 5ers leaving dholdi's pocket either.


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      Re: Sky Go To Allow More Devices?

      Nice to see so many others also not wishing to pay the extra 5. I do think that there will be some out there who will want to take advantage of this though.

      Obviously it will be nice to see just what else is added for the extra 5 and whether you can use it on a couple of extra Laptops, for example.

      If Sky improves the picture quality too, to say 1080i, then I am sure that a lot of students will be wanting to pester their parents.

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      Re: Sky Go To Allow More Devices?

      Mmm does seem like a bit of a rip off, netflix allow up to 50 devices on 1 account!

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      Re: Sky Go To Allow More Devices?

      That is alright on paper, but how many does it allow you to use at the same time?

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      Re: Sky Go To Allow More Devices?

      It's 50 at the same time, have no real way to test it though!

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