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    Moving home

    This is a discussion on Moving home within the Sky & Sky+ TV forums, part of the Other Sky help and support category; At the moment my girlfriend and I are living with her parents, we have Sky+, Multiroom and Sky Broadband Unlimited ...

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      Moving home

      At the moment my girlfriend and I are living with her parents, we have Sky+, Multiroom and Sky Broadband Unlimited (in my girlfriends name).

      We have had Sky+ and Multiroom for around 13 months and have had Sky BB for around 4 or 5 maybe. However we are going to be moving into our own place soon, say in a fortnight or so and we aren't entirely sure what to do in regards to the package we have. The flat we are moving into isn't a high rise block, it's maybe 10 apartments over two or three floors.

      I've read around online and the only thing I can find mentioned is a communal dish, but to be honest I was hoping for a bit of information from people that are currently living in a flat/apartment with Sky.

      Obviously if we can't have it there, then we can cancel our TV/Multiroom subscription , but in regards to the broadband, what sort of fee are we looking at?

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      Re: Moving home

      Ideally, you should ask the broadband question in the broadband forum.

      Ask the dish question of your neighbours in the flats. Even if there is a communal dish, the chances of getting more than one connection are poor. But a south-facing window might allow the possibility of a dish indoors, assuming no south-facing balcony.



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