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On 1 Jun 2005 at 5:56pm Puzzled! wrote:
I have recently been shown how to get free sky PPV using a phone line and battery however after about a month now i get this message up when trying to order box office programs "insufficient credit left on your viewing card". Does anyone have an answer? Ricky Hattons fighting saturday and I'd like to watch it!
On 1 Jun 2005 at 6:35pm peepee wrote:
yeah pay like everyone else.
On 2 Jun 2005 at 7:25am Puzzled! wrote:
Common Chav you must know!
On 2 Jun 2005 at 8:07am me wrote:
Now theres some info I would like to have. Care to share the trick to getting free PPV puzzled?
On 2 Jun 2005 at 9:15am chav wrote:
You people are so slow. In the setup menu, change the outgoing phone number by putting a 9 in front so the modem cant contact sky. The box then thinks sky is busy and lets you connect to ppv for free.The box & battery thing puzzled goes on about is a scam ( Wish I'd thought of it) It does the same thing.Knew I would have my uses. None of us up the Bronx pays for it.
On 3 Jun 2005 at 7:58am Puzzled! wrote:
But the card will only let you order 50 worth of free PPV before its full and If it can't connect with sky to clear your still stuffed!
I have had to order a new sky card, (costs 10) but 10 for 50 of free PPV TV !!!!
On 3 Jun 2005 at 4:33pm Mr Chav wrote:
What you do is pre order the film, event, naughty channel then disconnect your line. Watch the "event", turm your box off at the mains for an hour, plug it back it ind voila, it forgets to tell sky that you watched it. Don't bother with the "9" option or the battery in a box. This one works better because t clears the memory. Now cough up your money for the info!!
On 9 Jun 2005 at 5:33pm Mr Skybox wrote:
What utter nonsense all these 'solutions' are!!!! The Sky box can be tricked into giving you PPV programs without it contacting Sky...BUT as mentioned above, there is a limit to how many films you can order... after 50 of stored up films the Digibox MUST contact Sky to tell them what you need to be billed for... unplugging your Sky box will not make it forget....Once your Skybox and card have reached the credit limit... the only way to get more PPV films is to let the box contact Sky (which then tells them what you've ordered) and then the send a signal to clear the card and allow further ordering. Despite all the so called experts out there... there is NO way to get free PPV movies... You CAN delay payment or of course you could order up to 50 worth of movies using the tricks and then when the card says your credit has expired, then you can never order any more. Selling the Digibox and card to some other poor sap will possibly get THEM in hot water when they try to order PPV movies!!! You have been warned. Sky are not idiots.... they have a very secure system and some nogging on Ebay who sells these 'Free PPV' scams is not going to out smart Sky.
I hope your parents aren't too mad when they get the bill for all that soft porn you ordered!
On 10 Jun 2005 at 1:06am Sky man wrote:
im coming to see you
On 12 Jun 2005 at 2:35pm Matt wrote:
I've had the same thing come up on mine using the battery method. Is it possible to clear the memory on the card first, so that when I plug the phone in the socket to use the 9 prefix method, it wont send sky all the info of the films I've seen that are stored on the card. HELP someone please.
On 23 Aug 2005 at 6:00pm Mr Chav wrote:
Sky ARE idiots.
You know nuuuuuuuuuutttin!
On 11 Sep 2005 at 6:28pm aidan wrote:
is there any way of getting sky sports for free
On 29 Jan 2008 at 2:25pm blablabla wrote:
mine works no hassle well over 50......but nice essay sky man.
On 29 Jan 2008 at 3:20pm FA wrote:
Why are replying to postes over 2 1/2 years old....ooops....i've just replied to a post over 2 1/2 years old

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