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Sky/FreeSat advice?

My folks have just moved into a house in a reception void.

They have 3 TV's and are not huge watchers but would like a recording function (used to have recordable freeview)

I am assuming their best 'deal' is sky multiroom but I'm a bit confused by all the HD etc.

I see quidco offer £60 cashback - is this hte cheapest way? Any wangles?

They also need Broadband but have just had their BT line connected.

Is Sky BB decent - I have heard bad reports? Should they be trying to ditch BT and go for an entire packahge?

Help appreciated!

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I'm just looking at freesat as well.

She is actually after a new TV soon so it might be cost effective to buy one with Freesat built in...oh hang on that does not give recording ability.

I reckon she might be able to get away with 2 TV's working, one recordable and use the 3rd TV with computer and just use iplayer etc.

So Freesat PVR £250 plus another box £80 = £330

Am I better getting sky at £30 ish a month?

They do not need HD!

If you can get one of sky's LLU broadband packages (base/mid/max) then they're supposed to be pretty good but Sky Connect isn't generally that well spoken of.
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