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    What is the best deal obtainable after cancelling to come back?

    This is a discussion on What is the best deal obtainable after cancelling to come back? within the Joining or leaving Sky forums, part of the Other Sky help and support category; So, I've been with sky since forever. Evey year. I cancel and then leave and try to rejoin to get ...

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      What is the best deal obtainable after cancelling to come back?

      So,
      I've been with sky since forever.

      Evey year. I cancel and then leave and try to rejoin to get better savings. It takes a while and I get a decent deal.
      I don't really want sky to be honest but my wife does. We only have variety at 12 a month and I don't want Q. It's an absolute rip off and doesn't easily travel to the bedroom for free! So I'll keep my HD box.
      Has anyone got any better that 12? I'm several weeks into cancellation.

      Just thought I'd ask


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      Re: What is the best deal obtainable after cancelling to come back?

      You may find if you cancel you will have to take Q to get back. Sky no longer sell Sky+HD except in some circumstances where Q cannot be installed. If you can get it for 12 again you should jump at it, you may find you will not get that offer again.

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      Re: What is the best deal obtainable after cancelling to come back?

      It's a bit of a pain. Every time I cancel I get a new Box to get a deal. Now I have 5 HD boxes in the loft. No body wants them.
      Only want to give me a deal at 16 today. Wonder if I need to wait till I've been disconnected.

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      Re: What is the best deal obtainable after cancelling to come back?

      Just before Christmas we got a 'please come back deal' which was the full HD package (including movies and sport) for 20 a month, and 100 credit, meaning we are paying just under 12 a month on a 12 month contract.

      The only requirement for the deal was you had to have left Sky within the previous 12 months.

     

     

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