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New sky+ pricing



 
 
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Old September 9th 03, 07:21 AM posted to uk.tech.tv.video.pvr
Jonathan E
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Default New sky+ pricing

Have people seen this. Seems fairly good if you've already got the top Sky
packages....think I'll finally give in and get one!


http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/article/ds11727.html

The monthly subscription charge for the Sky+ service is to be dropped for
customers taking at least two premium channels, Sky have announced this
morning.

The news affects Sky+ subscribers who pay more than £30 per month for their
standard Sky subscription, taking channels such as Sky Sports 1, Sky Sports
2, Sky Movies Premier and Sky Movies Max. The standard Sky+ subscription
price will remain at £10 per month for all other customers.

The price of the Sky+ box will remain at the recently reduced price of £199,
whilst the cost of standard installation for the Sky+ box stays at £50.

Also announced today was a £5 cut in the cost of Sky's Extra Subscription
offer, which enables customers to watch different Sky channels in another
room of the house. Subscription to each extra box will now cost £10 per
month when taken in combination with Sky+, with the price remaining at £15
per month for all other customers.

"We know that people who already have Sky+ are passionate about this
blissfully simple TV recording device," said Jon Florsheim, Sales and
Marketing Director at Sky. "By making Sky+ even better value, we are now
making it easier for people across the UK to effectively create their own TV
channel bringing them primetime TV at any time. "

Today's news is an unsurprising move by Sky, who have learnt from Sky+ focus
groups that many customers regarded the monthly subscription excessive and
unnecessary


 




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