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Sky subscription

Thought I'd save myself an hour on the phone to Sky and ask here first - I'm going on holiday at the end of May for about a month and was wondering if I can lower my Sky packages to basics for that month to save some cash - could I then just phone up and reactivate packages on my return?

Any help would be appreciated!

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RE: Sky subscription

Good question, although I'm not sure Sky (or Virgin for that matter) would allow you to alter the terms of your contract for just a month, but it's worth asking.

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RE: Sky subscription

As far as I'm aware, yes you can.

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RE: Sky subscription

You may find they'll offer you a deal, as it's common for people to reduce their packages at this time of the year due to the football season ending and spending less time watching TV due to better weather/longer days.

 

 

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RE: Sky subscription

Ok, thanks for the replies. I've been in touch with Sky and tey've reduced my packages to the base level for the month I'm away.
Thanks again

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