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WHAT IS 'PAY ONCE, WATCH FOREVER'

A new way to get free digital satellite TV for a simple one off payment of £75.

NO MONTHLY FEE
OVER 200 DIGITAL TV CHANNELS INCLUDING BBC AND ITV
OVER 95 DIGITAL RADIO
SKY BOX, MINIDISH, SKY REMOTE, CHANNELS AND STANDARD INSTALLATION INCLUDED
ACCESS TO EXCITING INTERACTIVE SERVICES
ABILITY TO UPGRADE TO ANY SKY DIGITAL PACKAGE




BONUS PICK ANY OF THE BELOW ITEMS FOR FREE (ADD TO ORDER)
Limited Offer!
FREE Logik (model : LD3330) HDMI DVD Player when you order Sky Pay Once, Watch Forever.
http://www.dixons.co.uk/martprd/product/seo/585219/?int=Sky-weekend-logikdvdplayer

FREE T-Mobile Samsung M300 Pay As You Go http://www.dixons.co.uk/martprd/product/seo/269401/?int=Sky-weekend-Samsung%20PAYG%20mobile

FREE Matsui (model no: MATMCH300) Micro Hifi when you order Sky Pay Once, Watch Forever.
http://www.dixons.co.uk/martprd/product/seo/592735/?int=Sky-weekend-microhifi

FREE BT 3100 Twin Digital Cordless Phone Pack when you order Sky Pay Once, Watch Forever.
http://www.dixons.co.uk/martprd/product/seo/807570/?int=BT%20Twin%20Cordless%20phone

DON'T FORGET THE 24HR 10% OFF CODE OF

The free gift items are up to the value of £44

So if you are looking for a cheap Sky Box Installed, this is not a bad deal, better channels and more than freeview, installed and a free gift from dixons that values at around £44, with the 10% promo they are running, this is not a bad deal?
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#1
Free delivery also. (Standard)
#2
Not a bad deal, but I would prefer to put this sort of money towards a DVR Freeview box, such as the Humax 9200T.

It has fewer channels than the sky deal, but would allow me to schedule recordings.
#3
Does anyone know if there is a time limit on the offer at Dixons
OR
a time limit on getting Sky to do the installation & setup.

We are moving house in about a month but we haven't completed yet although there are no hitches as far as we can see.
We could then take up this offer in my partner's name.
#4
gillian107
Does anyone know if there is a time limit on the offer at Dixons
OR
a time limit on getting Sky to do the installation & setup.

We are moving house in about a month but we haven't completed yet although there are no hitches as far as we can see.
We could then take up this offer in my partner's name.


@gillian, I think if you buy/order the package then sky will contact you regarding delivery and installation date......simply arrange it for a months time when you are in your new house:thumbsup:
(just going by when we signed up to sky and they arrange fitting date)
#5
I had this installed a couple of weeks ago. The 'product' you receive from Dixons, which took about a week to arrive, is just a letter with a code on. It's then up to you to ring up Sky and arrange a date for fitting. when I rang, the waiting time was about a week, but you can arrange for whenever suits you. you could easily delay the process by not phoning up for a while. By the way, although it's a 'pay once' offer, they do ask for your bank details to set up a direct debit, due to the free '2 mixes for 6 months' part of the offer. I did not give my details as I didn't think it was necessary. However, they then send you paper bills, for £0.00, which would cost £4 per month admin fee - it's easier just to give the bank details to start off with in my opinion, as I had to ring back and set up the DD in the end anyway, to avoid the £4 billing charge!
#6
im guessing this doesnt include sky one?
#7
sticko
@gillian, I think if you buy/order the package then sky will contact you regarding delivery and installation date......simply arrange it for a months time when you are in your new house:thumbsup:
(just going by when we signed up to sky and they arrange fitting date)


buyitall
I had this installed a couple of weeks ago. The 'product' you receive from Dixons, which took about a week to arrive, is just a letter with a code on. It's then up to you to ring up Sky and arrange a date for fitting. when I rang, the waiting time was about a week, but you can arrange for whenever suits you. you could easily delay the process by not phoning up for a while. By the way, although it's a 'pay once' offer, they do ask for your bank details to set up a direct debit, due to the free '2 mixes for 6 months' part of the offer. I did not give my details as I didn't think it was necessary. However, they then send you paper bills, for £0.00, which would cost £4 per month admin fee - it's easier just to give the bank details to start off with in my opinion, as I had to ring back and set up the DD in the end anyway, to avoid the £4 billing charge!


My thanks to both of you for the information.

Gillian
#8
[SIZE=2]Can a subscription sky box be used to get these 200 free channels ?[/SIZE]
[SIZE=2]I have an old one from when I upgaded to sky+ but am looking at getting sky for my mum. Where she lives, there is an aerial socket labelled sky so I presume it's hooked upto a communal sky dish ?[/SIZE]
[SIZE=2][/SIZE]
[SIZE=2]Any help appreciated.[/SIZE]
1 Like #9
This includes free installation, free Sky Mini Dish, free Sky Digibox and the subscription channels on the mix your choose for 6months.

Be warned I suspect you must have an active phone line for this deal to work upon installation otherwise Sky might want a $£25 No Phone Line charge.

I can't see how a Freeview PVR can trump all of that in any manner at all.


And considering all the darker nights now is probably going to become more popular.

Freesat or Sky Subs gets you the 200+ channels, mrtootough if your muum has sat feed socket it'll plug into your old box yes, so long as it has an active viewing card (if left inactive for too long you will have to call Sky and pay for £20 for another active one as you left your older one die, or if you do not have a viewing card for that Digibox at all, no active freesat viewing card = no ch4 or ch5 or 4+1 or similar) as you need a active viewing card for those channels
#10
spikeyjacko
im guessing this doesnt include sky one?



Well it does for 6 months anyway.

Wish I had noticed this a while ago as I would have been able to see the new season of Prison Break from the start.

Just ordered with the free DVD player for £67.50. Not a bad deal in my eyes.

SCHIZOBOY - As far as i can see you don't get to choose the mixes you just get the Variety and Knowledge ones.
#11
Ah those two ain't bad :)
#12
Shame the cordless phones are out of stock as thats the only gift I could make use of really.
#13
makes more sense to go through quidco and get £110 off the subscription.

especially if you want the 2 mixes for 12 months anyway.

ie it works out at about £170 for 12 months of the 2 mixes if you use the dixons link.

go through quidco though and get the same equivalent 12 month 2 mix package for £124 (plus you can get sky talk for free as well)
#14
This is only available via DSG and maybe some other retailers and NOT from Sky direct/website so £110 Sky quidco would be very nice indeed but is not possible I'm afraid.

Normal quidco + Sky Subs:
Otherwise £110 off a normal subscription on 1 year contract might be tempting but £110 off 12x£17 for 2 mixes = £204 = £95 for free install/dish/digibox and 12months 2 mixes

or
£65ish cost after quidco + free gift worth £40 for free install/dish/digibox and 6months 2mixes :)

Makes this 6month deal superior IMHO
#15
It's easy to change the 2 free mixes - I changed mine no probs when I rang up to arrange the installation. You do need an active phoneline for free installation, but I unplugged mine as soon as they had gone - apparently they only chase it up if you have sky multiroom.
#16
Hi there- What is the 10% OFF code? It is missing on the original post.

Thanks
#17
Ordered this with Samsung for £67.50 charged + quidco for:

Sky 2 mixes worth £94
Sky install easily worth over £50
Sky Digibox, brand new, easily worth over £60
Samsung Mobile worth at least £35

So in response to normal Sky subs or DTT PVR is worth the money over that: LOL!
#18
manutdfc
Hi there- What is the 10% OFF code? It is missing on the original post.

Thanks


It's in vouchers on HUKD

"BIRTHDAY" in code section brings it down to £67.50
#19
You can't use this deal if you already have Sky in your house if anyone was thinking about using it for another room. You have to do multiroom for £10 a month.
#20
Do you know if its new customers only? I have a Sky subscription in my living room, but my son wants Sky in his room as well. Multiroom is £10 a month and I think you have to pay for the box so thats a bit expensive.

But this looks good, under £75 and a DVD Player - I also have a dish already installed, do you think there will be any problems with installation?

Thanks!
#21
AFAIK it's for new customers only. When I called Sky to arrange the installation I was asked several times if we had ever had Sky before.
#22
Ah ok, thanks for the reply :D. Never mind :(.

He's already got freeview with his TV, but the signal is so bad in this part of the country you need a minidish to pick up digital TV, otherwise its hit and miss whether you'll have signal.

Any tips? Is there a way of hooking a freeview enabled TV to the dish, e.g. is there some sort of aerial splitter out there so it can be used for two pieces of hardware? I'll google it anyway.
#23
buyitall
AFAIK it's for new customers only. When I called Sky to arrange the installation I was asked several times if we had ever had Sky before.


We had it at a previous adress about 5 years ago but it has never been in this house as there is no dish on the house. Would that still count as a new customer? Is it worth taking a risk?
#24
I think that could work it you have had no subcription to this address before and no dish. It could be worth ringing them incase I think.
#25
Okay I may need some advice on this.
I have never been with Sky just had regular terrestrial TV, however I bought a Digi Box last yr which didnt work due to our aerial lead being an old version. We were told that it would cost £150 to have installed a new version of this aerial & lead therefore I didnt bother.
I spoke to mate of mine last wk who said that a better way to get an aerial upgrade would be to join up with Sky on a minimum contract & then you'd get the whole lot installed as part of the Sky package, then at the end of the contract just dont re-sign.
In that yr I will have got better TV choices & the digibox & at the end of the contract I would get to keep the digi box/aerial upgrade too.
Is this correct & if so could I swing it with this deal?
I also dont know nowt about Sky so what are these 2 mix thingys & how long a contract is this offer for?
#26
New subscription customers only doesn't surprise me.
#27
The £150 is the rip off Freesat install cost from Sky, hence why this deal is so good.

Aerial upgrade = upgrading terrestrial aerial for freeview, NOT a satellite dish and hence NOT compatable with Satellite systems

So come 6months on this deal, call Sky, ensure they cancel your subs, you will downgrade to Freesat status so no sub channels but everything else like your get on Freeview (except E4/More 4 but Freesat will get that next year) and with BBC PSB systems coming will match Freeview in PVR flexibility. So in 1 year if you are still on Freesat nothing will change you will still have access to freesat satellite so long as you keep the box and its viewing card active.

You must realise Freeview and Freesat are two entirely seperate systems of broadcast and do not interoperate and that a normal aerial will not with with any satellite system and a minidish will not work with any terrestrial system (freeview and/or analogue)

Freeview = Digital Terrestrial which will work on most houses old roof aerials, internal aerials is poor on Freeview for most people, some will need roof aerial upgrade

Freesat = Sky Free chans and BBC & Co Freesat broadcast on the same systems as Sky Digital SUBSCRIPTION channels etc, ifyou cancel any or this sky subs deal you downgrade to freesat status getting all these channels: http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/satellite/freesatepg/ and requires a Minidish pointing @ 28.8E and a decoder and for ch4/5 and some others (for licensing purposes) a working Sky Viewing Card on Freesat (recently cancelled Sky Sub Viewing Cards are this), please check the DS site for more info:


The deal clearly stats 6months on subs
#28
"Where a phone line is not present, or where you do not wish to connect the equipment to a phone line you will be subject to a further charge of £25 for installation."

What exactly does it mean where you dont want the equipment connected to a phone line? How do they or why do they connect a satellite dish through a phone line? Can someone explain this to me I am confused with it? Thanks.
#29
Having a phone line connected enables all sorts of online shopping/gambling and other interactive services (this was all designed pre popular broadband) those services are run by companys who pay Sky, Sky use that money to subsidise the Sky Digibox costs (which costs £120 from some retailers) so no phone line = crippling that subsidisation and costing the Sky more for the box.

That's how they justify that £25 charge and ask you to keep it plugged into a phoneline during the duration of contracts.

Be grateful it's only £25 they used to want £125+ if they couldn't hook up a line before.

I'll be laying one of these down the morning of the install to keep installer happy and maybe for the 1st month too:
http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/5520248.html before removing it after the 1st month
#30
cicobuff
"Where a phone line is not present, or where you do not wish to connect the equipment to a phone line you will be subject to a further charge of £25 for installation."

What exactly does it mean where you dont want the equipment connected to a phone line? How do they or why do they connect a satellite dish through a phone line? Can someone explain this to me I am confused with it? Thanks.


Same for me , I would like to know too pls. I would like this for one of the rooms instead of freeview box as we cant get all the channels in the area were in. Got cable telephone at the mo but I know there is an old BT line hidden behind a skirting board somewhere, although not sure of the exact state of it. Would you get charged extra on top of the £25 by BT to re-activate the line too? :thinking:
#31
I just posted on this!, read up gawdamnit :roll:

PS: "Freesat vs. Freeview" google search
#32
Some help from the wise please as I am completely ignorant on all things SKY. :)

We would like to take up this offer but we already have a dish, a box and freesat coming into the house.

However this was installed by "a friend" and none of it is registered in any way to SKY. I don't know where the card in the digibox is registered and I am being honest about being totally ignorant to all else :)

So the question is how would I be able to take up this offer so that I coould have another SKY system upstairs ?
I obviously realise I would need to camoflague/hide/disconnect something but how much would the installer really care ??

Many thanks for any constructive advice and apologies for any stupidity on my part :)
#33
hottoshop
Some help from the wise please as I am completely ignorant on all things SKY. :)

We would like to take up this offer but we already have a dish, a box and freesat coming into the house.

However this was installed by "a friend" and none of it is registered in any way to SKY. I don't know where the card in the digibox is registered and I am being honest about being totally ignorant to all else :)

So the question is how would I be able to take up this offer so that I coould have another SKY system upstairs ?
I obviously realise I would need to camoflague/hide/disconnect something but how much would the installer really care ??

Many thanks for any constructive advice and apologies for any stupidity on my part :)


quite impossible for you to take up the offer really
#34
Anyone who DOES NOT have Sky Subscription Pay TV at their address will be able to get this.

When my installer comes he'll be finding one dish with a quad lnb with 4 feeds coming of it to four digiboxes, all freesat, all with viewing cards active on Sky's system, he'll be installing an octo hopefully

Still means I am a new Sky Subs PAY TV customer though so I am eligible for this offer :)

hottoshop so long as you are not a current Sky Pay Tv customer, paying for 1/2/4/6 mixes and premium chans in any way, you can get this.
PS: What chans can and can't you get on your current Digibox?
#35
I took this offer up but they were saying that it can't be installed due to high trees around my house.shall i try once again so they can put hte mini dish on the chimney.any advice coz i desperately want this mini dish?
#36
kiran
I took this offer up but they were saying that it can't be installed due to high trees around my house.shall i try once again so they can put hte mini dish on the chimney.any advice coz i desperately want this mini dish?


Anyone with any obstruction to the general South East horizon section of the Sky will be denied their install as the satellites 24,000 miles away cannot transmit through solid objects

I would urgently suggest, if you can, to trim those trees so that the South East horizon view is obstruction free.
#37
i live in east london and who can i acll to trim those trees.everyone in my neighbours have sky mini dish installed.can any1 give me any further suggestions and what to do coz i know nothing about it.

can you be bit more specific.sorry for not understanding you
#38
Your neighbours might have unobstructed view though, doesn't mean they have the same angle to the trees.

Who's trees are they?
Who's land are they on?

Find out, talk to them.

You could, in theory stick the dish on a nice big mast attached to the chimney, to overlook the trees, but longer mast = more leeway to swing in weather = more misalignment = more errors on the Sky Digibox mostly: no satellite signal being recieved

So, you need nice solid chimney attachment and to clear that view.
#39
DO i have to get the chimnet attachment and if yes,then where can i get nice solid chimney attachment from?would the sky agree to install it on the cimney to do all that hard work and would they not be charging me extra.
[SIZE=2]By the way trees are on footpath and they are quite high[/SIZE]
#40
I have Freesat in several rooms. This is how I did it. I bought a new 4 x outlet LNB (that's the thing that fits into the center of the dish outside). I bought it on Ebay for about £20. I also bought a used Sky box and remote for less than £25.

It took me about 10 minutes up a ladder to fit the new LNB to the dish. Then just connected the skybox up as usual. The Freesat viewing card is available from Sky for £20.

All running with no problems and no monthly fees. Hope this helps someone.

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