these cards are legal and can be taken out of UK you are paying your monthly subs the sharing of cards is totally illegal
card sharing is now a prisonable offence if you get offered a card sharing box do not use it as these can now be traced
sky tv has been around for many years and if you are abroad mosr ex pats do have sky tv as the signal is coming from space it is now immpossible to block all incoming signals ,
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