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Sky have now changed the format of their movie channels and in my opinion, Sky Movies can no longer be considered the same value for money that it once used to be. Maybe they thought that it was a clever move because it has allowed them to reduce the amount of movies they air, this may well reduce their costs and increase their profits, but I think that in the end it will eventually just lead to more cancellations from subscribers.
With the number of repeats shown these days...
Besides, with the huge number of repeats shown these days you would be better off raiding the bargain bin down at the supermarket. It made me laugh recently when they put on that old movie "The Karate Kid".
How can they consider that to be a modern film? Come on Sky, let's have one or two blockbuster movies at least and a few less repeats!
Maybe like some other large companies in the UK I could mention, they are simply out to rip off as many people as possible and have no idea of what good customer service is. I do hope not, but it certain feels like that and as a result, I decided to cancel my Sky movies subscription this morning.
At the moment I am actually looking at a broadband TV provider in the US. They are offering me a better choice of programmes and features for the same money that I currently pay Sky. How can I refuse? If this service is any good I will of course spread the word and promote it on some of my own personal web sites.
Why should we put up with the same old recycled movies again and again? Well we can vote with our feet and maybe, just maybe, someone at Sky will listen.
By: The Will