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This is a discussion on Windows ME within the Asking for help forums, part of the Broadband Technical Help category; There is an option on their website to "request an unsigned drop" (put it in the electric meter box/green waste ...
- 21-11-06, 11:18 PM #31
There is an option on their website to "request an unsigned drop" (put it in the electric meter box/green waste bin etc), but I guess that depends on what flexibility BSkyB allow them...
- 21-11-06, 11:22 PM #32Site FounderExchange: Marshalls CrossBroadband ISP: Sky Broadband UnlimitedRouter: Sagem F@ST 2504nSky TV: Sky+HD box
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afaik and from what people have reported on here, they wont do this as Sky require a signature, Sky wont authorise saturday deliviries as it costs them more, however users have reported that they have paid for it themselves @ £11.75 or thereabouts.
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- 21-11-06, 11:26 PM #33
Thanks I'll give it a go for Delivery attempt #3.
The guy at Sky said, if I rearrange collection will you be able to guarantee that someone will be in over the next 5 working days to sign for it.
So I asked him if someone asked him the same question would he honestly be able to say "Yes".
- 25-11-06, 12:46 AM #34
No new delivery appearing on parcelline site...