Hi sam given how on demand works if sky didn't impose those restrictions we could all download to our box a hard drive full of movies for the cost of one months subsription to sky movies.
Also i think the review could do with an update as almost all the on demand movies are available in hd a lot of those with dd surround sound. I didn't really use the service much until i discovered this.
"Now you can have your HD cake and save it as long as you like before eating it" -As long as you maintain your subscriptions.
Should your circumstances change or you feel you can no longer justify the premiums dropping the movies for example, a large portion of that cake's taken away. Denying you access to your library of recorded movies.
Now you can have your HD cake and save it as long as you like before eating it. Hmm, not so much.
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