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Now TV – 9 Months of Sky Sports £179

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Posted 19th Dec 2018
Now TV – 9 Months of Sky Sports

Your 9-month ticket to live Premier League football has been cut from £305 to £179

£20 a month for 9 mon
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Shame Now TV streaming quality is so poor...
£6.00 a month times 9 is £54.00 so why would anyone pay £125.00 more
19DembaBa1919/12/2018 07:41

£6.00 a month times 9 is £54.00 so why would anyone pay £125.00 more


A months pass is 33.99 isn't it? It's £6 for a day.
Jawz3219/12/2018 07:38

Shame Now TV streaming quality is so poor...


Is it not 1080p now? I tried it maybes 5 years ago and it was 720p, thought by now it would be 1080!
voicon1 m ago

A months pass is 33.99 isn't it? It's £6 for a day.


Yes
19DembaBa1919/12/2018 07:41

£6.00 a month times 9 is £54.00 so why would anyone pay £125.00 more


The price for monthly pass for Now TV Sky Sports was £25 a month from Argos last time I looked not £6.

Still not bothered about this. Will just go to pub to watch the match if I wanna.
Edited by: "MrBlackNWhite" 19th Dec 2018
This might be better if it was at the start of the season but otherwise you’ve got 2 ‘dead’ months next summer. Assuming you want it for the football that is although these days I’m not sure what else they have.
Toon_army5 m ago

Is it not 1080p now? I tried it maybes 5 years ago and it was 720p, …Is it not 1080p now? I tried it maybes 5 years ago and it was 720p, thought by now it would be 1080!


720p still and only 25fps! Really poor from them.
MrBlackNWhite19/12/2018 07:48

The official price for monthly pass for Now TV Sky Sports is £25 a month …The official price for monthly pass for Now TV Sky Sports is £25 a month not £6.Still not bothered about this. Will just go to pub to watch the match if I wanna.


Sound mate! First pint on you
Toon_army10 m ago

Sound mate! First pint on you


I would rather pay for when I want to watch sky sports some months the games are poor and have the better ones on BT
great price only pity it straddles the summer. You could share it with a friend and then it's only £89.50 each as you are allowed to 4 devices and two simultaneous streams,
Edited by: "owtsfornowts2" 19th Dec 2018
MrBlackNWhite19/12/2018 07:48

The price for monthly pass for Now TV Sky Sports was £25 a month from …The price for monthly pass for Now TV Sky Sports was £25 a month from Argos last time I looked not £6.Still not bothered about this. Will just go to pub to watch the match if I wanna.


I was offered it for £6.00 a month and I refused, why? Because quality is not 4K or FHD, no red button, no recording and relies too much on your internet and connection is poor. I'm not saying this is a good deal but it's a really bad deal
MrBlackNWhite19/12/2018 07:48

The price for monthly pass for Now TV Sky Sports was £25 a month from …The price for monthly pass for Now TV Sky Sports was £25 a month from Argos last time I looked not £6.Still not bothered about this. Will just go to pub to watch the match if I wanna.


voicon19/12/2018 07:44

A months pass is 33.99 isn't it? It's £6 for a day.

19DembaBa1922 h, 23 m ago

I was offered it for £6.00 a month and I refused, why? Because quality is …I was offered it for £6.00 a month and I refused, why? Because quality is not 4K or FHD, no red button, no recording and relies too much on your internet and connection is poor. I'm not saying this is a good deal but it's a really bad deal


couldnt agree more up to a certain point.first off the ops post.£179 for 9 months of sports isnt a deal,imho,especially considering its only 720p aka not full hd streaming.also grossly overcharging in the first place and then halfing the price,making you think your getting a really good deal,is a laughable strategy.tbh if i was offered it for £6 a month i would jump on it,but we all have our benchmark,as to what we place as a value or a good deal on a certain product thats offered.some people will pay anything for there sport fix,and that is there right,the rest of us will stop paying up to a certain point.so until people wake up and say enough is enough,expect yah sports prices to remain high for the foreseeable future.incidently comcast just bought out sky and payed to much for it apparently,wonder where they will re-cuperate that loss from,oh hello sheeple.PS-football matches on amazon next year over the festive season,oh gee look another subscription to fork out for just to watch footy.do you get the feeling these corporations are taking the mickey,eh just a bit.
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