There’s a method to cut monthly costs while still getting a ton of channels to watch if your Sky TV payment starts to get extremely expensive.

For example, you can use freesata service that harnesses your home’s existing dish to deliver information directly to your TV screen without charging you a monthly subscription.

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This photo shows a television screen displaying the French language user interface of American online streaming giant Netflix, on September 15, 2014 in Paris. US online streaming giant Netflix will kick off the second phase of its European expansion plan on September 15 as it prepares to wow French viewers with a “House of Cards” style drama set in Marseille. Netflix’s entry into the French market will be quickly followed by launches in Austria, Belgium, Germany, Luxembourg and Switzerland, in an offensive that has already put local operators under pressure.

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As first reported by Expressusers still have access to over 170 channels, such as Channel 4, BBC, ITV and other services like Dave, Sky Arts, Quest and Great, even if premium channels such as Sky Sports and Sky Cinema are not available .

It should be noted that only a new decoder is required for installation, and Freesat now sells these Sky Q style devices at a great discount!

However, you need to hurry as this is only a limited time sale that will last until the weekend. Customers can purchase a TV receiver for £199.99 while the sale lasts.

Although it may seem expensive, everything you see after paying the initial fee will be free. Given that Sky contracts start at around £26 per month, or £312 per year, you can save a lot of money when you use one of these Freesats!

Similar to rival Sky, Express said these Freesat devices could stop live TV, display content in spectacular 4K and store around 125 hours of video thanks to a 500GB hard drive. It also has the ability to record four shows at a time.

You can view the product here!

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This photo shows a television screen displaying the French language user interface of American online streaming giant Netflix, on September 15, 2014 in Paris. US online streaming giant Netflix will kick off the second phase of its European expansion plan on September 15 as it prepares to wow French viewers with a “House of Cards” style drama set in Marseille. Netflix’s entry into the French market will be quickly followed by launches in Austria, Belgium, Germany, Luxembourg and Switzerland, in an offensive that has already put local operators under pressure.

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