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    Sky enabled exchanges

    This is a discussion on Sky enabled exchanges within the Sky news and announcements forums, part of the SkyUser Announcements category; guess everyones at the pub spendin their 12 ???? lol i spent mine on some tins - dave...

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      Re: Sky enabled exchanges

      guess everyones at the pub spendin their 12 ????
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      i spent mine on some tins - dave


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      Re: Sky enabled exchanges

      Quote Originally Posted by SatDish View Post
      Sky have taken the lead in the Exchange race with the previous leader Bulldog now a whopping 110 exchanges behind Sky's 736.

      In just a few months Sky have rolled out more exchanges then anyone else and continues to invest in the roll out across the country, other ISP's can only sit back and watch as more and more customers move to Sky Broadband.

      source samknows
      Its just a shame that to sky "enabling" an exchange means throwing some kit in rather than said kit actually providing a working broadband service to its customers. They should stop enabling new exchanges until they can adequately cope with the existing ones.

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      Re: Sky enabled exchanges

      Quote Originally Posted by Mr Angry View Post
      means throwing some kit in rather than said kit actually providing a working broadband service to its customers.
      I am guessing you are either having or have had problems with Sky then because believe it or not, not everybody does. I am more than happy with the service they are offering me.

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      Re: Sky enabled exchanges

      Quote Originally Posted by Alan b View Post
      I am guessing you are either having or have had problems with Sky then because believe it or not, not everybody does. I am more than happy with the service they are offering me.
      A satisfied customer - they should have you stuffed ! [with apologies for the paraphrasing to J Cleese Esq]

      Just trying to keep the balance in the wonderful world of all the good things sky keep announcing they're doing that this part of the forum seems to have become.

      And (though you posted it in another thread) - au contraire - whinging about it is quite cathartic and saves me money compared to ringing sky's various 0870 numbers for hours on end. It also arguably more useful in solving the problems I'm having - at least there's a chance of intelligent comment from this site.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Mr Angry View Post
      nging sky's various 0870 numbers for hours on end. It also arguably more useful in solving the problems I'm having - at least there's a chance of intelligent comment from this site.
      Why on earth are you using the 0870 number when there is a free 0800 number that you can use to get through to the same departments.

      There are a lot of satisfied customers but we don't all post in multiple forums like you do.

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      Re: Sky enabled exchanges

      Quote Originally Posted by SatDish View Post
      Sky have taken the lead in the Exchange race with the previous leader Bulldog now a whopping 110 exchanges behind Sky's 736.

      In just a few months Sky have rolled out more exchanges then anyone else and continues to invest in the roll out across the country, other ISP's can only sit back and watch as more and more customers move to Sky Broadband.

      source samknows
      Well I for one am damn glad they are. I was utterly fed up of waiting for someone to come and unbundle my exchange until Sky/easynet came and did it after xmas. I've been stuck on BT IPstream since the year dot. Theres not even cable here. Nothing. Zippo. Zilch. Nuh-uh.

      If they wanted my business the other providers should pulled their collective fingers out and got the job done instead of just unbundling the core urban areas with the most population and leaving the rest of us high and dry. Too bad!

     

     
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