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richabbott1985
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Pre-episode advert/trailer annoying

Why on a paid service do Sky thinks its ok to put trailers on before shows. I have seen the same trailer a million times, if I want to watch adverts I will use my TV.

 

This should be an option not just Sky deciding I want to watch some rubbish show I have no interest in. Sort it out or you will lose more and more customers!!

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4268 Champion 4
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Re: Pre-episode advert/trailer annoying

@richabbott1985 same reason you still get adverts if have Virgin or Full blown Sky. It makes the company more money. I suspect that it is only a matter of time before Netflix and Amazon both allow adverts pre their programs.

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geeman001
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Re: Pre-episode advert/trailer annoying

I'm cancelling, it really annoys me that I have to sit through adverts of things I don't want and I'm paying

Snfcash
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Re: Pre-episode advert/trailer annoying

Just cancelled both the movies and entertainment because of this! I don't want to see adverts of what football matches are live on sky, thanks, or anything else for that matter!!

@4268 champion 2 the moment Netflix start advertising I will be cancelling that too!
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4268 Champion 4
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Re: Pre-episode advert/trailer annoying

@Snfcash I find the premier league promo on the mobile version of this forum annoying. Not all of us like sports. As for things like Netflix reason I believe they may allow adverts is to increase revenue whilst limiting price increases in future.

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Kelvecion
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Re: Pre-episode advert/trailer annoying

Pre-movie ads? Are you kidding me? Whose bright idea was that? We pay for this because we want to watch ad-free movies we want to watch. This gimmick shows a level of disrespect to the consumer I can’t believe. Dumb.