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    Cancelling Sky. What will happen to my recordings?

    This is a discussion on Cancelling Sky. What will happen to my recordings? within the Joining or leaving Sky forums, part of the Other Sky help and support category; I'm going to cancel Sky shortly. will I still be able to view the recordings on my Sky+ box? i ...

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      Cancelling Sky. What will happen to my recordings?

      I'm going to cancel Sky shortly.

      will I still be able to view the recordings on my Sky+ box?

      i have Bbc/itv recordings as well as Sky sports, sky Atlantic etc

      i assume the box will still function for just very basic channels?

      many thanks


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      Re: Cancelling Sky. What will happen to my recordings?

      Hi Mikegill111 and welcome to the Sky User forum.

      After cancelling there is a thirty one day notice period during which time you will still have access to your recordings and all the channels you subscribe to. Once the notice period expires you will only have free to air and free to view channels and you will lose access to your recordings though with the exception of catchup and any other downloaded programmes they will remain on your hard drive and will become accessible again if you should decide to re-instate your Sky subscription at a later date.

      I don't know why you are cancelling but if it is because of increased costs following the June price rise you should check your marketing preferences before cancelling to ensure that you allow Sky's win back team to contact you as you may be offered incentives to re-instate.

     

     

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