Government to stop Sky charging public service broadcasters for "retransmission"
Sky is to be forced to stop charging the public service broadcasters (ITV, Channel 4, Channel 5, S4C and the BBC) for the pleasure of their customers having channels they have already paid for listed in the Sky Guide.45 comments “trevorharris: You sound exactly the sort of customer Sky wants to appeal to, and they heavily invested in buying the sort of things you want to see - ”
Using Sky without a card? Let's call that Sky No Card
Since the launch of Freesat, UK Free TV has called the service you get with a Sky box and no viewing card (or an expired card) fSfS (for Freesat from Sky). To avoid confusion, a few changes have been made.10 comments “martin redfern: The boxes referred to will still operate on free to view channels although the recording side of same will have been disabled by Sky.
Sky Freesat - half price
Sky are now offering their Freesat package for only Â£79 via Dixons - see Freesat at Dixons
- for six months you get Sky's Variety and Knowledge mixes as well.39 comments “Mark A.: Well, some advertising regions of Channel 5 are only available encrypted, but C5 don t do any regional programming. It just means you only ge”
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fSfS - freeSat from Sky
Freesat from Sky (fSfS) dates back to the introduction of Sky's digital satellite service back in 1998.140 comments “ian from notts: are these the 4 way compact amps that used to get there power from the rf2. The io link doesn t output enough power to run them. If yo”