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    • hufc2002
    • By hufc2002 13th Oct 16, 1:42 PM
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    Reducing Sky TV Subscription Cost
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    Reducing Sky TV Subscription Cost 13th Oct 16 at 1:42 PM
    Hi all


    My Sky TV subscription contract is up at the end of this month therefore I am now in a position to cancel should I wish so.


    I have been with Sky for years now and would like to continue my subscription however would like to reduce the cost. I have TV, Broadband and Line Rental with them and currently pay £62.65 (£10 Unlimited Fibre (half price for 12 months from 11/10/16), £17.40 Line Rental and £35.25 TV (Box Sets package)).


    I would like to keep the TV package as it is as kids watch the cartoon channels and I enjoy Discovery/Universal.


    How likely are Sky to reduce my bill and what do I need to do?


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    http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.php?t=5310751

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