Is there a reason why VM often don't have live games available on the red button service? Tonight I wanted to watch the Dutch league match involving PSV and I can't. Annoying paying lots for Sky Sports and not getting access to the whole sporting programme. Happens with tennis as well I've noticed.
FOOTBALLThere are three matches live on TV on Tuesday – they areutch Eredivisie – ADO Den Haag v PSV Eindhoven (5:30pm kick-off, live on Sky Sports Red Button) UEFA Super Cup – Barcelona v Sevilla (7:45pm kick-off, live on BT Sport Europe & RTE 2) Scottish Premiership – Dundee United v Dundee (7:45pm kick-off, live on Sky Sports 1)
Assumed that was the reason, is there any plans for this to change in the future?
It's very frustrating that VM customers are charged £29.25 for the Sky Sports package, whilst it's £25.50 for Sky customers and we the VM customers don't get access to the full SS package in regards to red button content. Doesn't seem fair to me, even if VM have to pay lots to aquire thise channels and red button from Sky.
You Do realise thatSky will makes most things difficult for VM, so they can try to entice subscribers over to the "Dark Side" They got me a few years back, but I managed to escape and return to VM about 6weeks back.
Some me things are better over here, but a few things that made me decide to go to Sky for still remain.