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    Sky price changes from 1 September 2012

    This is a discussion on Sky price changes from 1 September 2012 within the Sky news and announcements forums, part of the SkyUser Announcements category; Sky will have to increase their Sports prices this year - next year BT take a lot of the top ...

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      Re: Sky price changes from 1 September 2012

      Sky will have to increase their Sports prices this year - next year BT take a lot of the top games and Sky can't then put the price up AND offer less coverage at the same time. In 2013 I expect Sky to become very competitive on pricing to squeeze BT even more than they have squeezed themselves.


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      Re: Sky price changes from 1 September 2012

      probably so they could squeeze more out of bt considering bt is a threat to them.

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      Re: Sky price changes from 1 September 2012

      Quote Originally Posted by deadman1984 View Post
      probably so they could squeeze more out of bt considering bt is a threat to them.
      Does that mean that if I choose to upgrade to fibre that I would lose the Freetime section that I currently have?

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      Re: Sky price changes from 1 September 2012

      Quote Originally Posted by brisinger View Post
      Does that mean that if I choose to upgrade to fibre that I would lose the Freetime section that I currently have?
      If you have Sky phone rental at the moment it will not effect you. If you have BT rental you would have to change to Sky rental in which case you would go on to the new Weekend only free time, unless you pay 5 for Talk Unlimited.

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