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Sky go limit workaround

Started by: kingazza
On: 22/04/2012 | 22:26
Replies: 22
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by: kingazza
on: 22/04/2012 | 23:05
Try going through retentions and see what they offer you. They might replace it free of charge but if they don't they should do you a deal on your broadband covering the cost of a new n router.

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Message 11 of 23
by: kingazza
on: 22/04/2012 | 23:06
Add kudos if you feel I've helped.

Thank you

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Message 12 of 23
by: kingazza
on: 23/04/2012 | 22:04
Quick update.

Can confirm sky are currently testing android 4.0 phones including htc one x Samsung galaxy note/nexus Sony Experia s and a few more.
Unfortunately at the moment there is update regarding sky go for android tablets

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Message 13 of 23
by: mightyjordan
on: 08/07/2012 | 12:28

Just discovered this thread through a Google search, so I tried it myself, and unfortunately, the additional account shows the same two registered devices as on the main account now, so it looks like they've closed the workaround. Smiley Sad

Message 14 of 23
by: phillip_2012
on: 20/01/2013 | 11:36

Does anybody have a sky go account for me please Smiley Happy thanks

Message 15 of 23
by: omaroo
on: 22/01/2013 | 19:28
Does this workaround still work?
Message 16 of 23
by: mightyjordan
on: 22/01/2013 | 19:49

omaroo wrote:
Does this workaround still work?

It didn't when I tried it back in Juily, so it probably doesn't now.

Message 17 of 23
by: omaroo
on: 23/01/2013 | 23:28
Oh that's a shame. Was hoping it still worked.
Message 18 of 23
by: drmaldition
on: 04/02/2013 | 17:34

Instead they want you to pay £5 to register 2 extra devices. What?

Message 19 of 23
by: omaroo
on: 05/02/2013 | 05:22
I know sky go extra. Just a rip off.
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