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    What is the Difference

    This is a discussion on What is the Difference within the Sky+ HD Supertelly forums, part of the Other Sky help and support category; I have tried unsuccessfully to get a straight answer from SKY but they seem unable to answer simple questions. What ...

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      What is the Difference

      I have tried unsuccessfully to get a straight answer from SKY but they seem unable to answer simple questions.

      What is the difference if any between Entertainment Extra plus Sky HD+ AND Entertainment Extra +

      The cost is 36.75 v 31.50, the only thing they told me was that if I change to the latter then I lose F1 HD - no big deal, but is that the only difference??
      Bob


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      Re: What is the Difference

      I think the idea is that if you don't have the movies and sport then EE+ gives you Hd channels for the EE pack. Where as if you have EE and HD pack then you get exactly the same but are paying for HD channels that you cant receive.

      Oh and F1 as stated.

      So for example you could have EE+ with movies but you wouldn't get the movies in HD.

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      Re: What is the Difference

      Thanks, that explains it better, I don't have Movies or Sport, so by moving to EE+ I will be a few quid better off
      Bob

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      Re: What is the Difference

      Hi Bob,
      Does your current subscription give you access to On Demand Box Sets?
      Available to Sky Entertainment Extra+ customers
      at no extra cost with a compatible Sky+ box
      connected to your broadband router.
      If not then that is something extra that you will get with EE+

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      Re: What is the Difference

      I have actually changed to EE+ but yes I could get the OD Box sets before so nothing extra there, but thanks for the comment,
      Bob

     

     

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