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Will I save money getting sky q
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I currently pay 95 a month for sky plus with hd and multirorm + sports and movies will the same package on sky q be cheaper or more we have 2 sky plus hd boxes
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It certainly can get cheaper, and much cheaper at that. As teddysmum says it's simple to haggle to get big discounts. I have the package you have but without multiroom and it only costs me about £30ish a month.
As to whether the Sky Q will be more or less than £95, you'd need to speak to Sky. They may have offers on, they may not. If you've always gone along paying full price you may find they are limited though.
However, I don't recommend it purely as a money-saving option because it's still having problems with bugs.
As others have advised, there is more money to be saved by cancelling. You're certain to be offered a retention deal far in excess of any saving through "upgrading" to SkyQ.
Also, as the box remains Sky's property, you cannot use it to view free satellite content once you unsubscribe.
I always love these statments! People spend their free time doing all sorts of things to relax and enjoy. Some go to the football, some the pub. Others go on holiday, or perhaps out for dinner. Some, believe it or not, like movies, sports or TV programmes. Maybe, just maybe paying £1200 a year on TV might be less than you spend on you free time. Perhaps the OP is a better moneysaver than you, or perhaps they have more money than you.
Lets not judge or make comments about peoples choices that you know nothing about.