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Sky price increase - above RPI/inflation - leaving sky, sky say no


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I've been speaking to Sky about changing my package without penalty, on the premise their price increase is above inflation/RPI. Sky say no, as based on the original price without discounts, their increase is in line with RPI. Standard price for my package is £108. With discounts I pay £41. Price increase is £3.


Are they correct? Is increase considered against price before discount? I had assumed it would be considered against the price I agreed to pay when I took out my contract with them.


Thanks, Kristian

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i believe discounts are considered enticement to sign up or stay, they don't form part nor are detailed in the original contract and how it's originally calculated.


is this tv/bb and phone? if so thats not a bad price.

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