Forgot to say they can split your coax and run it up outside wall. If you use a cable draw make sure it's not trapped before replacing floor. I was lucky they sent me 2 full size 360 boxes[no mini box] so kept recording capacity on both. I think it's around £7.50 for a third box with the ultimate oomph package.
I signed up for the package yesterday and the person was on the phone was extremely helpful. I wasn't even going to get the TV, I called them up to move my 'broadband only package' to the new address. He convinced me to get the ultimate package with a huge discount. (moving home discount) He kept asking me If I have any additional question. Best service I received in the last 4,5 years.
I called them again twice today to get the pricing on the additional mini boxes. The first person wasn't helpful at all. He said that he needs to do all over again if I make changes to the package. (The new package will be activated on 26th of April)
I called again and the second one was worse. He said 'If I make changes to the package, I may loose the huge discount'
I will probably give them a call again and see what they say. Just to confirm, If I have 3 boxes (1 x main and 2 x mini) all of them need to connect back to the main wall socket via COAX right? I presume the engineer will do all the cabling for me.
Yes all the boxes need connecting to coax and a Wi-Fi /ethernet connection. I've just renewed my ultimate oomph package for 18 months for 79 pounds which I'm well happy with. 500/600 speed broadband alone is £62. The unlimited sim must be worth 10/15 quid. Extra box upstairs another tenner. All sky/bt sports channels and sky cinema. Kids package. And 200+ more channels. Plus calls anytime on landline(although haven't plugged it in for years] if needed. £2.60 a day you can't knock it.