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Moving my tv

I want to move my tv into another room but there is no cable service in the room? The cable service is just outside of the room, how do I get an engineer?

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Phone customer services and request an engineer. It will cost you £99 as its a non fault callout.

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Just in case plan doing own cabling, this can cause a nightmare on the network by injecting noise onto network, and if traced back to you would get a big bill to fix it


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Well I definitely won’t be bothering with it!! Not at £99 for a 1meter length of coax that has to go through a hole to the box just the other side of the wall!!! Joke!!! 

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Not going to bother! Too much money to connect a 1meter length of coax through an existing hole to the box just the other side of the wall!! Cheaper to have sky fitted!!!

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