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    Sky Q Multiroom

    This is a discussion on Sky Q Multiroom within the Sky Q forums, part of the Other Sky help and support category; Is it possible to have Multiroom removed from a contract without having to sign up to a new minimum term, ...

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      Sky Q Multiroom

      Is it possible to have Multiroom removed from a contract without having to sign up to a new minimum term, as I don't watch Sky much on the Mini as it is only 1080p and its easier to watch 4k on the apps on my TV and Nvidia Shield.
      Just wondering if it would be a way to save some money on the bill, What else would we lose? If anything?


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      Re: Sky Q Multiroom

      Just ring Sky, if you are nearing the end of your contract they will likely cut you a deal anyway and that could include having the mini at no extra cost depending on your negotiating skills.
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