reducing the amount of PIK channels I have

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Really only want sports channels (maybe crave, not sure). Currently paying for PIK max. So, can I change plans online? Is it possible to keep sports and not have pik max? TIA


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Hi @mrgn03 

 

You have a couple of alternatives to Pik Max (regular monthly price $40; $50 including an Apple TV):

 

  1. The Basics + Pik 5 - regular monthly price is $20. Includes 23 local and regional channels including the major Canadian networks (CBC, City, CTV, Global) PLUS 5 channels of your choice. 
  2. The Basics + Crave - regular monthly price is $20. Includes 23 local and regional channels including the major Canadian networks PLUS Crave On Demand.

You can add TSN (including TSN 1-5) or Sportsnet (including P, W, O, E, SN1 and SN360) for $14 each or $16 for both.

 

Pik Max is the best value if you want a good number of channels and Sports/Crave, but if you're not interested in any channels like Food Network, HGTV, Discovery, etc., then either option 1 or 2 above might be a little bit cheaper. 

 

You could get the Basics + Crave for $20 and add the Sports Pack (TSN + SN) for $16, but with Pik Max, you get 10 more channels for $4

 

Full package details are here. Channel details are here. You should be able to change your packaging online.

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Hi @mrgn03 

 

You have a couple of alternatives to Pik Max (regular monthly price $40; $50 including an Apple TV):

 

  1. The Basics + Pik 5 - regular monthly price is $20. Includes 23 local and regional channels including the major Canadian networks (CBC, City, CTV, Global) PLUS 5 channels of your choice. 
  2. The Basics + Crave - regular monthly price is $20. Includes 23 local and regional channels including the major Canadian networks PLUS Crave On Demand.

You can add TSN (including TSN 1-5) or Sportsnet (including P, W, O, E, SN1 and SN360) for $14 each or $16 for both.

 

Pik Max is the best value if you want a good number of channels and Sports/Crave, but if you're not interested in any channels like Food Network, HGTV, Discovery, etc., then either option 1 or 2 above might be a little bit cheaper. 

 

You could get the Basics + Crave for $20 and add the Sports Pack (TSN + SN) for $16, but with Pik Max, you get 10 more channels for $4

 

Full package details are here. Channel details are here. You should be able to change your packaging online.

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