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    Sky movies £5 per month for 3 months!

    This is a discussion on Sky movies £5 per month for 3 months! within the Sky Movies forums, part of the Sky TV Channels category; £5 a month for three months,got the mailshot today, offer ends 30/10/08. Just tell them you had it through the ...

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      Sky movies £5 per month for 3 months!

      £5 a month for three months,got the mailshot today, offer ends 30/10/08.

      Just tell them you had it through the post even if you didn't!


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      re: Sky movies £5 per month for 3 months!

      Moved to Sky Movies Forum, thanks for the heads up!
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      re: Sky movies £5 per month for 3 months!

      not that im being picky but the thread title suggests its £5 for 3 months not £5 a month for 3 months...

      is there i minimum contract period? what does it go up to after the offer?

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      re: Sky movies £5 per month for 3 months!

      gona try it now

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      if you didnt get the letter say it was addressed to the occupier and if its not on your account he will offer yo half price for 3 months for 7.50

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      Re: Sky movies £5 per month for 3 months!

      Quote Originally Posted by blondejon View Post
      not that im being picky but the thread title suggests its £5 for 3 months not £5 a month for 3 months...
      Changed thread title for clarity.
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      Re: Sky movies £5 per month for 3 months!

      Any mailshots posted to a customer are listed on their personal accounts. If you have'nt received a mailshot the offer should not be available to you.

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      Re: Sky movies £5 per month for 3 months!

      Quote Originally Posted by NewsreadeR View Post
      Changed thread title for clarity.
      Thankyou NR

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      Re: Sky movies £5 per month for 3 months!

      I managed to get this, thing is, I can't remember when I started it. I think I need to give them 1 months notice to cancel, I don't intend going over the 3 months (not worth more than £5 per month). I would sooner e-mail sky for them to tell me when I need to cancel so that I have some proof if they come back and say "You didn't cancel on the correct date”, any one have an e-mail address?

      Also, I notice at the moment, they are charging me the full amount for the movies, I think this is normal, I am sure I have done £5 movies before and they refund at the end of the 3 months if you cancel, is that correct?

      Thanks

      Steve

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      Re: Sky movies £5 per month for 3 months!

      As it expired at the end of October the most it could be would be up to the end of January.

      So now we're in February and the offer will have expired for everybody, if you don't want the movies for £10 you will have to cancel them now and take a hit for 1 month I'm afraid.
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