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I have Sky+, what happens when I cancel my contract?

I have Sky+, what happens when I cancel my contract?

I have Sky+, what happens when I cancel my contract?
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If you cancel your contract with Sky the Sky+ box will revert to the function of a normal Freesat from Sky (fSfS) satellite receiver - no PVR facilities and only a single tuner.

The different channels you get on Freesat/fSfS and Freeview can be seen here:

https://ukfree.tv/channels/all/

Please don't use a loft aerial, they don't work with Freeview. You need a rooftop aerial for reliable reception.

Loft aerials - ukfree.tv - independent digital television and switchover advice, since 2002

To find which direction to point your aerial, please see:

Find out how to receive Freeview - ukfree.tv - independent digital television and switchover advice, since 2002



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Saturday, 9 March 2013
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Peter Thompson
11:42 PM

So if i change the wall socket to a satellite one then it suld work?

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Sunday, 10 March 2013
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jb38
12:02 AM

Mazbar: Although what you have said is undeniably quite correct its something that cant exactly be called commonplace, as Quad or Octo LNB's operate in a slightly similar fashion to that of multi-switcher boxes used in communal dish systems and where there is an element of common circuitry being involved across all ports, albeit of course not in the RF sense, the only difference in the case of Quad or Octo LNB blocks being that there isn't a constant voltage power supply being involved, and if slight dampness gets into the circuitry over a period of time causing mild corrosion to occur then this is liable to affect all outputs and cause an element of inter reaction between them.

Of course this can also be caused by manufacturing defects, although not to the same extent as the causes mentioned.

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jb38
12:03 AM

Peter Thompson: Basically yes!

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Monday, 11 March 2013
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