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What are you paying for Sky TV these days ?

Discussion in 'Entertainment' started by Garrett, Sep 1, 2018.

  1. Fargo Boyle

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    Half your price???
    You can do way better than that.
    It's costing me €3:40 a month.
     
  2. vodkacolly

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    I think he means Eir + IPTV = half the price of Sky
     
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  3. liver06

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    Yep,will be paying for eir per month when i get it,think it €34?Then iptv
     
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  4. babbsnads

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    I've had this for 6 months with no hassle, a few issues my end today and Kev went above and beyond to get it sorted. I'd highly recommend the service.
     
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    This was your stressful moment of the day
     
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  6. Honda

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    Still offering this?
     
  7. MR KING KENNY

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    The lads that look after this are redmen and they've gone to Liverpool for the weekend...but if you looking for a trail pm me your Mac address. But it won't be for this weekend
     
  8. Honda

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    Perfect thanks. Will do over the next few days.
     
  9. diceyreilly

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    The wire from my Satellite dish on the wall outside snapped and sky want 60 notes to come out and fix it. Told them that’s not happening.
    Well out of contract. Paying them €110.50 a month.
    Are there any alternatives, other than virgin.
    Need 3 boxes. Sports, Movies ect?
     
  10. edcarroll02

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    IPTV is your only man, I dont' know if you might run into broadband issues trying to run more than one in the house at a time but likely not. We put our Sky package down to the bare minimum, think it's €39 a month for that in one room and running the IPTV for everything else, it's the business. The lad I'm with isn't taking subscribers at the moment so I can't actually recommend a provider to you but I'm sure there's plenty on here that can point you in the right direction.

    On the snapped cable it would take you no time at all to change that out yourself, as far as I know unless you have some convoluted setup going on it's just a length of coaxial cable with two clips on either end, a decent hardware store or electrical store will be able to sort it out, I've cut a cable before myself to put clamps that let you run it through a window frame, it was no bother at all.
     
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  11. SUPERFAN

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    You could easily repair that cable yourself mate and continue to get fta on the existing sky boxes you have, doesn't matter if you cancel with sky, you'll still get fta.
    My advice would be to buy 1 furestick and get an IPTV sub and try it on all 3 TV's and if the signal is good for all 3 then buy another 2 sticks.
    They're usually fine but can be bogey in certain rooms if the wiffy signal is not the greatest.
    Get the new 4k sticks they're the job.
     
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  12. diceyreilly

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    Only one of the boxes aren’t working. The cable is up too high on the gaf for me to me arsed to go up n sort it. The reception on that box has always been a bit dodgey.
    I’ll give it a whirl.
    Where can I get the 4K stick and the IPTV sub?
     
  13. elvis

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    You'll get the sticks on amazon.
    Just search for "4k amazon fire tv stick" They're £49.99

    There's plenty of places to get an IPTV sub, I only use one for sport, so maybe someone has a better suggestion for one that covers all channel types that's reliable.
     
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    If one/all of your TVs are Smart TVs you won't need a fire stick IMO, put the IPTV all on them. I tried the free trial recently from King Kenny / Kev and it was perfect, just not got around to signing up yet
     
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    Can’t go wrong with the 24 hour free trial. If you have Android TV, you don’t need a stick or a box for IPTV
     
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    IPTV is the only way, you'll never look back. We can offer multi room aswell.
     
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    How much does this cost and what do I have to do in order to set it up? Can you drop me a PM. Thanks
     
  18. SUPERFAN

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    If anyone's looking for a good, solid, reliable IPTV provider give us a shout.
    £45 for 12 months, well worth the gamble.
    Not making a shilling out of it btw, just passing on the love. ;)
    If anyone can beat that price throw it up..
     
  19. MR KING KENNY

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    Wow that's a great price......the lads I deal with do it for 100 for a year.

    But they do have great customer service. If you've a issue they'll respond to you within the hour.
     
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    Long time since there's been an update on the movie's or shows. Have they any plans to add some new content mate?
     

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