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Now TV With 6 Months Entertainment Pass £19.99 @ Currys

£19.99 @ Currys
It brings you a whole range of entertainment that you can stream straight to your TV, whenever you want to watch it. The NOW TV Box is a clever way to add Smart functionality to your TV so you can enj…
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It brings you a whole range of entertainment that you can stream straight to your TV, whenever you want to watch it. The NOW TV Box is a clever way to add Smart functionality to your TV so you can enjoy a variety of apps, catch up TV and more.

Packed full of entertainment

You can turn your TV into a Smart TV with ease with the NOW TV Smart TV Box - all you'll need is an HDMI port, an internet connection and a NOW TV account. With no contract, it makes watching your favourite content easier than ever. You can connect to the internet using a WiFi or Ethernet connection, so you'll have no problem setting up your box.

The simple remote makes it easy to navigate to the stuff you want to watch so you can enjoy all the latest content in HD Ready 720p quality.

With this entertainment package, you can watch some of the biggest entertainment channels and catch-up on the shows everyone's talking about, with channels including Sky Atlantic, Sky Living and much more. This pack includes a free 6 month Sky Entertainment pass for the best programmes on your television whenever you like.

Saving you the hassle of adding the entertainment package again, the Sky Entertainment Pass will automatically renew at the end of your six month pass at a cost of £6.99 per month.
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#1
The product information describes a smart box but this is for a normal box
#2
That picture isn't the new box
#3
FamilyGuy67
That picture isn't the new box

I can only take what's off their website :|
#4
The new box is on there website £24.99 with 2mth movie pass
#5
FamilyGuy67
The new box is on there website £24.99 with 2mth movie pass

The description for this on their site says new box. I'll change it but their site is wrong then.
1 Like #6
Most people chuck the box away and just use the voucher
#7
trickyfocus
Most people chuck the box away and just use the voucher
Our local Cash Generator has a couple of the old boxes on display for £14.99 so they might buy them off you for a fiver.

Edited By: Scotsmania on Dec 21, 2016 13:12
1 Like #8
trickyfocus
Most people chuck the box away and just use the voucher

don't do that

you can get £12 or so for a new box on Ebay (ie with no passes)
#9
trickyfocus
Most people chuck the box away and just use the voucher

most people stick plex on them and sell them lol
1 Like #10
FamilyGuy67
The new box is on there website £24.99 with 2mth movie pass
Or you can get the one with 3 month Ent. pass for £24.99.
#11
CEX will give you a few pounds for your white or black Now TV boxes
#12
startrekds9
CEX will give you a few pounds for your white or black Now TV boxes

£2.

Better than chucking it away, but only worth it if you are passing.
#13
I had to have a live chat with a Nowtv agent on Monday night and at the end of the chat i asked if there was any deals for the cinema pass to which they responded by saying there wasnt any at the moment, BUT there will be next week, and you will be able to see them on there website and emails will be sent out ( im guessing only customers ) .Hope this helps if you dont mind waiting a few days.ALSO from the Nowtv web page...WHAT IF YOU CANCEL ALL YOUR PASSES,..." you can still use your NOWTV Box to access most of the extra channels and apps that are available,including catchup channels such as BBC i Player " etc.
#14
Ok I'm very new to this, my daughters tv has nothing connected apart from PS3 to view Netflix, she was wanting sky in her room but can't afford. Would this be ok on her tv? How does it work and what channels do you get??
#15
jenlamont99
Ok I'm very new to this, my daughters tv has nothing connected apart from PS3 to view Netflix, she was wanting sky in her room but can't afford. Would this be ok on her tv? How does it work and what channels do you get??


We bought a Now Tv box, with cinema pass, for the room my wife watches movies in.
Our other room (where me and my boys watch our stuff!) has a PS3. I went on the PlayStation Store on the PS3 and downloaded the Now Tv app to it. I entered the account details and username I had set set up for the Now Tv box and bingo! All the content we have on the dedicated Now Tv box is also available on the PS3. We only have cinema/movies (at the minute...) but if we had entertainment or sports it would also be available.
The account allows (I think) 2 devices to play at any one time on the account (with a max of 4 devices recognised).
Watching movies "on demand" (the only way we watch them anyway) is in 720P HD on the PS3. Watching "live" (as if you're surfing channels) appears to be standard def (but very good for SD).
I think the new "smart" Now Tv box (the wider, flatter one, with the built-in digital tuner) and Apple TV are the only devices that "live" stream in HD.
But yes, you could have the box running in one room and the PS3 could be happily running the app in the other. As with all this stuff, it's best to have half decent broadband speeds.

Edited By: Northernlight on Dec 22, 2016 11:14: More info.
#16
Northernlight
jenlamont99
Ok I'm very new to this, my daughters tv has nothing connected apart from PS3 to view Netflix, she was wanting sky in her room but can't afford. Would this be ok on her tv? How does it work and what channels do you get??
We bought a Now Tv box, with cinema pass, for the room my wife watches movies in.
Our other room (where me and my boys watch our stuff!) has a PS3. I went on the PlayStation Store on the PS3 and downloaded the Now Tv app to it. I entered the account details and username I had set set up for the Now Tv box and bingo! All the content we have on the dedicated Now Tv box is also available on the PS3. We only have cinema/movies (at the minute...) but if we had entertainment or sports it would also be available.
The account allows (I think) 2 devices to play at any one time on the account (with a max of 4 devices recognised).
Watching movies "on demand" (the only way we watch them anyway) is in 720P HD on the PS3. Watching "live" (as if you're surfing channels) appears to be standard def (but very good for SD).
I think the new "smart" Now Tv box (the wider, flatter one, with the built-in digital tuner) and Apple TV are the only devices that "live" stream in HD.
But yes, you could have the box running in one room and the PS3 could be happily running the app in the other. As with all this stuff, it's best to have half decent broadband speeds.
up to 1080p on the nowtv box although default setting is 720p so you need to adjust it in the settings.
#17
mrtea1967
I had to have a live chat with a Nowtv agent on Monday night and at the end of the chat i asked if there was any deals for the cinema pass to which they responded by saying there wasnt any at the moment, BUT there will be next week, and you will be able to see them on there website and emails will be sent out ( im guessing only customers ) .Hope this helps if you dont mind waiting a few days.ALSO from the Nowtv web page...WHAT IF YOU CANCEL ALL YOUR PASSES,..." you can still use your NOWTV Box to access most of the extra channels and apps that are available,including catchup channels such as BBC i Player " etc.
The same box, with a 4 month cinema pass is also available from Currys. You would be hard pushed to find it any cheaper
#18
nougat
Northernlight
jenlamont99
Ok I'm very new to this, my daughters tv has nothing connected apart from PS3 to view Netflix, she was wanting sky in her room but can't afford. Would this be ok on her tv? How does it work and what channels do you get??
We bought a Now Tv box, with cinema pass, for the room my wife watches movies in.
Our other room (where me and my boys watch our stuff!) has a PS3. I went on the PlayStation Store on the PS3 and downloaded the Now Tv app to it. I entered the account details and username I had set set up for the Now Tv box and bingo! All the content we have on the dedicated Now Tv box is also available on the PS3. We only have cinema/movies (at the minute...) but if we had entertainment or sports it would also be available.
The account allows (I think) 2 devices to play at any one time on the account (with a max of 4 devices recognised).
Watching movies "on demand" (the only way we watch them anyway) is in 720P HD on the PS3. Watching "live" (as if you're surfing channels) appears to be standard def (but very good for SD).
I think the new "smart" Now Tv box (the wider, flatter one, with the built-in digital tuner) and Apple TV are the only devices that "live" stream in HD.
But yes, you could have the box running in one room and the PS3 could be happily running the app in the other. As with all this stuff, it's best to have half decent broadband speeds.
up to 1080p on the nowtv box although default setting is 720p so you need to adjust it in the settings.


Still says 720p maximum in the website:

http://help.nowtv.com/article/Streaming-Quality
#19
Northernlight
nougat
Northernlight
jenlamont99
Ok I'm very new to this, my daughters tv has nothing connected apart from PS3 to view Netflix, she was wanting sky in her room but can't afford. Would this be ok on her tv? How does it work and what channels do you get??
We bought a Now Tv box, with cinema pass, for the room my wife watches movies in.
Our other room (where me and my boys watch our stuff!) has a PS3. I went on the PlayStation Store on the PS3 and downloaded the Now Tv app to it. I entered the account details and username I had set set up for the Now Tv box and bingo! All the content we have on the dedicated Now Tv box is also available on the PS3. We only have cinema/movies (at the minute...) but if we had entertainment or sports it would also be available.
The account allows (I think) 2 devices to play at any one time on the account (with a max of 4 devices recognised).
Watching movies "on demand" (the only way we watch them anyway) is in 720P HD on the PS3. Watching "live" (as if you're surfing channels) appears to be standard def (but very good for SD).
I think the new "smart" Now Tv box (the wider, flatter one, with the built-in digital tuner) and Apple TV are the only devices that "live" stream in HD.
But yes, you could have the box running in one room and the PS3 could be happily running the app in the other. As with all this stuff, it's best to have half decent broadband speeds.
up to 1080p on the nowtv box although default setting is 720p so you need to adjust it in the settings.
Still says 720p maximum in the website:http://help.nowtv.com/article/Streaming-Quality

It's the same box I have. You can change it to 1080 in the settings.
#20
Do codes stack?
#21
moneychop
Do codes stack?

no - but they usually have a long expiry and you add the next code within one month of expiry of the current code

EliTom
#22
Now showing as £39.99

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