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    Default Re: Vodafone TV

    Well,I will finish with them tomorrow. I landed with them after they bought up/out Xnet. (I had gone to Xnet to flee Vodafone's multiple failings. )
    Surprisingly enough, they had worked fairly well for me for a while, but attempts to get a fibre connection brought so many contrary excuses that I finally decided to quit. I won't miss them, particularly their dictatorial and irrational accounts department, but not forgetting their hopeless help desk.
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    Hi Guys

    What Zippity and I are referring to is a Vodafone TV unit which simply plugs into your TV giving you access to your favourite apps and free-to-air channels all in one place. One doesnt have to belong to or join Vodafone to use.

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    Default Re: Vodafone TV

    Quote Originally Posted by R2x1 View Post
    Well,I will finish with them tomorrow. I landed with them after they bought up/out Xnet. .

    hah, so did I....but I ditched them long ago...........2010 to be exact.
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    Because I have my Broadband account with Vodafone (and have done so for the last 15 years) I was told that their TV service would mean the end of "rain fade outs", better reception via BB etc etc.

    What really pi$$ed me off was the constant loss of picture (reboots didn't help), the number of channels not appearing in HD, the non-availability of recording so called "third party" channels, the useless remote control, to name just a few.

    I have no quarrel with Vodafone broadband, nor their mobile telephone services.

    Watching TV should be an enjoyable and painless process - with Vodafone TV, it is not!

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    Default Re: Vodafone TV

    Thanks for your comments Zippity. I think I will give it a miss and remain with good ole reliable Sky

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