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SKY HD+ v SKY Q

edited 10 June at 1:25PM in TV MoneySaving
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cherry76cherry76 Forumite
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edited 10 June at 1:25PM in TV MoneySaving
My sky entertainment is due to expire soon.  Currently paying £19.  It has now been rebranded as sky signature at £25 on 18th months contract with sky q box at extra cost. I am quite happy with sky+HD.  Will it be to my advantage to change to sky q?  I understand if it is on loan then you do not have to pay to call engineer whereas with sky hd+ you will have to pay.

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  • Neil_JonesNeil_Jones Forumite
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    You should be able to move to Signature on Sky+HD, you don't need Q for that.
  • The_Fat_ControllerThe_Fat_Controller Forumite
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    I re-contracted today, 3 July, Signature @ £17 for 18 months, Sports @ £23 for 18 months, £10 admin fee.
    Keeping my 2TB Sky+HD box as it's working fine.
  • cherry76cherry76 Forumite
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    I re-contracted today, 3 July, Signature @ £17 for 18 months, Sports @ £23 for 18 months, £10 admin fee.
    Keeping my 2TB Sky+HD box as it's working fine.
    I upgraded to Q for £20 connection fees only because it is on loan and no engineer charge when call out.  My sky+ HD is getting old. Signature at £17 a month.  Saying that my friend is paying his  at £13. I am quite happy with mine.

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    cherry76 said:
    I re-contracted today, 3 July, Signature @ £17 for 18 months, Sports @ £23 for 18 months, £10 admin fee.
    Keeping my 2TB Sky+HD box as it's working fine.
    I upgraded to Q for £20 connection fees only because it is on loan and no engineer charge when call out.  My sky+ HD is getting old. Signature at £17 a month.  Saying that my friend is paying his  at £13. I am quite happy with mine.


    All Sky+HD boxes are "getting old".  Its not current technology.  The most recent revision to that platform was the DRX895WL, which was pushed out in 2014.
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