I have always had Sky One, Two, Living and Sky Sports News as part of my package.
Recently, I took advantage of the Black Friday deal for Sky Cinema.
Everything is fine, except, all of a sudden I have access to channels I haven't subcribed to, and I want to make sure that I am not being charged for them.
I saw them in my subscribed list and wondered why.
Could you look into this please?
I now have access to the entertainkment package it appears with Fox and Comedy Central etc.
Like I said, very worrying because I haven't subscribed to them.
I only noticed after enabling Sky Cinema, so I don't know how long they have been available to me as I have never watched any other entertainment boost channel other than Sky One.
Thanks, I intend to.
But the one overriding issue here is that I haven't suscribed to those channels!
The only time I have made a change in close to a year was to subscribe to Sky Cinema!
Has there been a change to boosts than I am not aware of?
Is Sky and Sky Two still part of my package?
Because I have the TV Select Boost that I haven't enabled.
If I disable it, will I still have Sky One?
I am the only one with the password, and I haven't touched my boosts in quite some time.
It is confirmed. As an old legacy customer, I had the TV Starter boost that was part of my package.
Someone at TalkTalk has placed me on the TV Select Booost.
This means if I cancel the rogue boost I will probably loose Sky One!
This is beyond a joke 😞
I just checked my records. The Select Boost was un-subscribed to the following month, because of a lack of content. But it's still on my account.
I only Want Sky One etc, like I did on my legacy package, that was part of my account.
If I cancel this boost (again) will I still have Sky One?
I know what has happened now.
Sometime ago i subscribed to the Entertainment 31 channel boost as a special offer.
I then removed this boost a month or two later due to lack of content.
Then it appears someone at TalkTalk put me on the Select Boost, instead of the Legacy Starter Boost I had for years.