I cancelled Sky TV in December and just kept the broadband as I am very happy with that. None of the family have missed Sky TV, the kids are only Interested In YouTube.
Well of course you don't miss it when you've decided to just steal it instead - what an absolutely ridiculous comparison.Cancelled a month ago, hardly turned the TV on, when I do want to watch anything I can find a lot of it on YT or I can go sailing the high seas!
Everyone is pulling their content, I can see Hbo pulling their sky content soon and launching hbo max in the uk
It cracks me up I was paying dazn 20 canadian and getting all the boxing epl and championsleague.Yeah if they think i'm paying 8 different subs for TV, they're crazy. So i'm paying for none of them instead.
If people are dumb enough to keep getting extorted for diluted platforms that's up to them.
It cracks me up I was paying dazn 20 canadian and getting all the boxing epl and championsleague.
They have just lost the epl for the next 3 seasons so the first thing they do is up the price to 25.
It's bonkers I remember sky doing the same after losing the championsleague years ago
My Sky contract is up next month and I'm looking to cancel it and move to another ISP for Fibre broadband only as I no longer watch their TV services. Netflix,Prime, Freeview and Youtube have me covered these days.
In terms of moving to another Fibre Broadband/Phoneline provider can I just call another ISP like Now and get them to handle the migration or to I need to notify Sky directly? If I cancel my broadband with Sky will this automatically cancel the TV package or will it be separate from the broadband?
Any recommendations as to which ISP to go with from anyone that has had Sky previously? I believe Now are effectively the broadband only version of Sky so I'd thought they might be a good option?