Now TV - 30 day Sky Cinema free trial with every Sky Sports Pass (Day Pass £7.98, Week £12.98, Month £33.98) - New customers only
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Now TV - 30 day Sky Cinema free trial with every Sky Sports Pass (Day Pass £7.98, Week £12.98, Month £33.98) - New customers only

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Found 22nd MarEdited by:"KangTC"
Sky Sports Day Pass is £7.98, Week £12.98, Month £33.98.

T&C: Sky Sports + Sky Cinema Pass offer: Offer available to new NOW TV content customers purchasing any Sky Sports Pass via nowtv.com. Sky Cinema Month Pass activated within 48 hours of purchase and auto renews at £9.99 a month unless cancelled. Sky Sports Month Pass auto renews at £33.99 a month unless cancelled. You can cancel any time via my account. Sky Sports Day Pass priced at £7.98 and lasts 24 hours. Sky Sports Week Pass priced at £12.98 respectively. Not available in conjunction with any other NOW TV offer/promotion. Excludes new and existing NOW Broadband customers. One per person. Requires Broadband, min speed (2.5Mbps). NOW TV account set up with debit/credit card required for new NOW TV customers. NOW TV terms apply (nowtv.com/terms). Content streamed via broadband/3G (costs may apply) to compatible device.
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I think if now TV got their act together and made their content 1080p(been standard everywhere else for years now), AND didn't make you have to download an app to watch on your PC, AND didn't have a ridiculous max 4 registered devices but instead used a max simultaneous streams system like everyone else, AND didn't actually render 21:9 ratio content(all movies) as 16:9 so that the service is unusable on a 21:9 monitor since you'd have big black bars on all sides of the screen(they're the only ones that do this), then I think they'd be a hit. Now TV currently feels like a streaming service from like 2010.

Seriously the content is pretty good, but it's just so poorly developed. Also Movies is £10 and entertainment is £8 but if they managed to make a package of both for £15 then that would be very great and much better value than Netflix even though it costs a lot more. Only if they fix the above points though. It's just annoying that they have all these great licenses for big movies but then let themselves down with the easy bit.
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Ben_W16 m ago

I think if now TV got their act together and made their content 1080p(been …I think if now TV got their act together and made their content 1080p(been standard everywhere else for years now), AND didn't make you have to download an app to watch on your PC, AND didn't have a ridiculous max 4 registered devices but instead used a max simultaneous streams system like everyone else, AND didn't actually render 21:9 ratio content(all movies) as 16:9 so that the service is unusable on a 21:9 monitor since you'd have big black bars on all sides of the screen(they're the only ones that do this), then I think they'd be a hit. Now TV currently feels like a streaming service from like 2010.Seriously the content is pretty good, but it's just so poorly developed. Also Movies is £10 and entertainment is £8 but if they managed to make a package of both for £15 then that would be very great and much better value than Netflix even though it costs a lot more. Only if they fix the above points though. It's just annoying that they have all these great licenses for big movies but then let themselves down with the easy bit.


Now TV's limitations are a feature rather than a bug. If it was too good it would encourage Sky customers to "cut the cord". As things stand we should see a full Sky service over broadband eventually.

You can easily make your own Movies plus Entertainment package for less than £15. Even if you don't avail yourself of the regular offers or buy half price boxes you can get it down to £12.50 a month just by paying in advance by buying vouchers in say Argos.
KangTC4 m ago

Now TV's limitations are a feature rather than a bug. If it was too good …Now TV's limitations are a feature rather than a bug. If it was too good it would encourage Sky customers to "cut the cord". As things stand we should see a full Sky service over broadband eventually.You can easily make your own Movies plus Entertainment package for less than £15. Even if you don't avail yourself of the regular offers or buy half price boxes you can get it down to £12.50 a month just by paying in advance by buying vouchers in say Argos.


Nobody actually needs Movies for 12 months in 12 as the selection is so cr@p and you can catch up any you miss if you skip a couple of months or even (say) 8 months in the year
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luvsadealdealdeal2 h, 4 m ago

Nobody actually needs Movies for 12 months in 12 as the selection is so …Nobody actually needs Movies for 12 months in 12 as the selection is so cr@p and you can catch up any you miss if you skip a couple of months or even (say) 8 months in the year


Agreed. I opt in and out whenever there's a deal. I'm currently on 3 months for the price of 1.
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