Do I 'need' Sky?
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Have has sky for 17 years. (now on Q) I record from it. It holds a lot of recordings and is convenient . Netflix is 'thrown in' somehow, all at £25pm for basic package (no movies/sports). However what I watch is 95% of what's on Freeview (have aerial). How could I bin sky for something cheaper, yet still be able to record all of freeview. Something preferable with a one off purchase rather than monthly cost. Would want to 'hold' quite a few recordings. Confused by options/install/costs. TIA. Am older/non-tech. Have a computer/modem, but 'steaming'..? Brings to mind 'buffering'/wait/pain in the ar&e?? Be kind. Thanks
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I find recording is handy for whizzing through the adverts or boring bits
ITV hub on Sky is advert free.
OP was ditching Sky and intending to use Freeview