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    This is a discussion on Terms and Conditions within the Sky Talk forums, part of the Other Sky help and support category; Is there a minimum term you must subscribe to the service once 'signing up'? I seem to remember clicking through ...

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      Terms and Conditions

      Is there a minimum term you must subscribe to the service once 'signing up'?

      I seem to remember clicking through something but not properly reading it (who does the small print) although of course I have never actually signed anything in the real world.

      Mine is the no charge option with free UK calls evening and weekends and is due to start on 1st June.

      Seems vonage might have better offers routing calls through the broadband??

      Any opinions? I suppose as sky talk is no cost and dependent on calls made I could have both?


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      Re: Terms and Conditions

      Read the T's & C's.

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      Re: Terms and Conditions

      Quote Originally Posted by geezer466 View Post
      Is there a minimum term you must subscribe to the service once 'signing up'?

      ?

      my understaniding is you can bail out when you want no fixed subscription

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      Re: Terms and Conditions

      Quote Originally Posted by geezer466 View Post
      Seems vonage might have better offers routing calls through the broadband??

      Any opinions? I suppose as sky talk is no cost and dependent on calls made I could have both?
      If you opt for a VOIP service, that won't affect your standard landline telephony.

      Keep Sky Talk Freetime (it's free, afer all) and go for VOIP as well if you think it's worthwhile.
      Want to save on your phone costs? Click HERE then.

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      Re: Terms and Conditions

      Quote Originally Posted by Amaboknaai View Post
      Read the T's & C's.
      Fair comment but it helps if you have the T+C's I did not at the time. I work in the legal world and fully understand the need to read the 'small print'.

      I have however tracked down a copy now and am happy that I can have both. As sky will only bill for calls made and I am not paying them a sub for the privilege I could use the vonage option in office hours and the sky out of.

      Thank's for the constructive comments in any case.

     

     

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