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Q: 2022 Summer Transfer Window - How many 1st team players will we sign before August 6th
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26%
  
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3%
  



Surfinglizard 9:56 Mon Jan 31
Sky Glass - any good?
Am paying about £90 a month for the Sky Q and one extra box movies sports etc. anyone got the Glass TV is it worth the change?

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arsegrapes 2:45 Tue Feb 1
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You'll need to pop down the hardware store and get some sky hooks to hold that up.

PwoperNaughtyButNot 11:03 Mon Jan 31
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Sounds like a Sullivan deal

MaryMillingtonsGhost 10:59 Mon Jan 31
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given = loaned

MaryMillingtonsGhost 10:58 Mon Jan 31
Re: Sky Glass - any good?
Work colleagues other half works for Sky. They were given a Glass set to trial at home for a month last year, and found it was plagued with problems (shit picture quality, drop-outs, etc). They live in London and not the boonies.
Sky were, evidently, bricking it upon release as they knew the technology wasn't up to scratch and the launch was already announced. May well have improved since, with the problems apparent then being overcome.
Unless you live in a flat where dish install is impossible/impracticle, or have third-world internet, would avoid it like the plague.

Vexed 9:04 Mon Jan 31
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I thought this was just for silly cunts that chose to love down a fucking well or something that can't get a signal with a dish? Why would anyone downgrade to it if they got Q? Q's bad enough.

factory seconds 8:56 Mon Jan 31
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i mean sky go compared to just about any other streaming service going.

PwoperNaughtyButNot 8:23 Mon Jan 31
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Sky glass is the modern day amstrad emailer phone

Out of date before it is even launched

Too Much Too Young 8:00 Mon Jan 31
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Asked a Sky engineer if Sky Glass was any good.

He said stick with the box, much better.

Far Cough 5:56 Mon Jan 31
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fs, you mean Sky Go compared with satellite dish services?

Sky Go would use more bandwidth

factory seconds 1:53 Mon Jan 31
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is the sky go app deliberately shit? genuinely worse quality than most half decent streams. is it...

1) a cost saving measure to save bandwidth
2) their tech is just shit and they won't pay to upgrade it
3) they want you to use their proper box hooked up to your TV so deliberately make the app a wank experience?

mallard 1:36 Mon Jan 31
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# like

mallard 1:35 Mon Jan 31
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Sky will always retain its customers that live the user interface and don’t want to get confused with modern IPTV / Streaming services.

There a many Sky customers that don’t even have Broadband

Stubbo 1:32 Mon Jan 31
Re: Sky Glass - any good?
If sky had any sense they would learn from Spotify and the world of file sharing and torrents.

The route to success for them is to vastly reduce their cost of services, go fully IPTV, and adopt a low cost longer tail approach.

I'm sure those of us that are "alledgedly" giving a dodgy IPTV organisation 5 to 10 quid per month, would readily go legit with sky if the full package was piped to us for £15 to £20 per month.

But whilst they want to rip individuals for £1000 a year to watch TV that can be had for a tenth of that cost in not to difficult a manner, they will just become an increasingly less relevant service.

chim chim cha boo 1:26 Mon Jan 31
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I've thought that it is a way to get a telly on tick?.

I can't speak for everyone but as the old saying goes 'a fool and his money are easily parted'.

mallard 1:03 Mon Jan 31
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PwoperNaughtyButNot 12:37 Mon Jan 31
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I agree - but a lot of the elderly prefer to use a TV guide with record facility

PwoperNaughtyButNot 12:42 Mon Jan 31
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Last roll of the dice by sky to keep people in their infrastructure

Its all out of date though and consumers know. Beginning of the end unless they come up with better ideas

PwoperNaughtyButNot 12:37 Mon Jan 31
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Mallard

Just use an app on your smart tv

Who needs a dish these days?

Don Ravioli 12:37 Mon Jan 31
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I’ve got 550mb fibre to the door broadband
Picture was just shit.
Honestly don’t waste your money on it.

Yesmulady 12:32 Mon Jan 31
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It's also very dependant on the quality of your broadband, isn't it?

mallard 11:47 Mon Jan 31
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PwoperNaughtyButNot 10:28 Mon Jan 31
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I’m confused on the reason to have it



There are a lot of potential customers that can’t have a Sky dish due to Conservation or Line of Sight issues.

Also, some customers don’t want cables exposed or a dish on their house

Don Ravioli 11:47 Mon Jan 31
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I sent my one back
Tv picture is shit.
The Samsung tv I’ve got was top of the range 4 years ago and is still superior picture quality wise.

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