NowTV Boost - Free Trial (Existing Customers)

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Posted 21st Nov
What is NOW TV Boost?
NOW TV Boost is the way to enjoy sports, movies and shows with better picture and sound quality than ever before on NOW TV.

Not only that, but Boost also lets you stream on 3 devices at once instead of the usual 2. All for just £3 a month.

I’ve already got a Pass. Can I get a free trial of NOW TV Boost to go with it?
If you’ve got an Entertainment, Sky Cinema or Kids Pass, you can start a free 7-day trial of NOW TV Boost whenever you fancy. Just head over to the Passes & vouchers area of My Account, and select Start free trial. Your free trial will cover all your active Passes, including any Sky Sports Passes you've got.

If you’ve only got a Sky Sports Pass and no other Passes, you won’t be eligible for a free trial but you can add NOW TV Boost for just £3 a month. Head to Passes & vouchers and hit the Buy now button.

Keep in mind you won’t be able to get NOW TV Boost if you’ve only got a Sky Sports Mobile Month Pass, or if you’re billed for your Passes by a third party such as iTunes or Vodafone.

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£3 extra for 1080p
Edited by: "_Whatever_" 21st Nov
Wow, let's charge extra for something that's pretty much at least standard from all of our rivals.

Was debating paying for another year upfront if there's a good offer on Black Friday, but not sure now. Especially with Disney+ on the way!
I took the free trial but cancelled recurring payment immediately. Thanks
Edited by: "andrewworrall1" 21st Nov
Can't say i'm surprised seeing as they still have a £6 charge for HD on their normal satellite packages for Sky Sports, still ridiculous though.
I think most people will say no thanks......trying to charge an extra £3 a month just for HD is taking the p155
I suppose one day Sky / Now TV will realise that they can't keep getting away with this sort of behaviour when Netflix and Prime are so utterly flexible and reasonably priced for the service they offer. Sky / Now TV just can't seem to grasp that ultimately they'll have to offer the same or better for a similar price or they'll just lose many customers.
spannerzone21/11/2019 18:38

I suppose one day Sky / Now TV will realise that they can't keep getting …I suppose one day Sky / Now TV will realise that they can't keep getting away with this sort of behaviour when Netflix and Prime are so utterly flexible and reasonably priced for the service they offer. Sky / Now TV just can't seem to grasp that ultimately they'll have to offer the same or better for a similar price or they'll just lose many customers.


I think that day will eventually happen but it's going to take some time. Their profits last year were apparently over a £billion and their highest ever. In a few years time when the profits start stagnating instead of increasing they might start to change to pre-empt the drop.
spannerzone21/11/2019 18:38

I suppose one day Sky / Now TV will realise that they can't keep getting …I suppose one day Sky / Now TV will realise that they can't keep getting away with this sort of behaviour when Netflix and Prime are so utterly flexible and reasonably priced for the service they offer. Sky / Now TV just can't seem to grasp that ultimately they'll have to offer the same or better for a similar price or they'll just lose many customers.


May be so, but NowTV is the only one where if you threaten to cancel you're more than likely to be offered discount passes for 3 months. By doing this recently, I got Entertainment for £1.60/month for 3 months & Cinema for £2.40/month for 3 months.
Crossbow21/11/2019 21:38

May be so, but NowTV is the only one where if you threaten to cancel …May be so, but NowTV is the only one where if you threaten to cancel you're more than likely to be offered discount passes for 3 months. By doing this recently, I got Entertainment for £1.60/month for 3 months & Cinema for £2.40/month for 3 months.


Just went to cancel my entertainment pass and movie pass, as the annual deal I had during last year's Black Friday offer is coming to an end and I was also offered £1.60 entertainment and £2. 40 movies a month for three months.

I'm not paying extra just for full HD and 5.1 though. They are just extracting the urine there.
Number622/11/2019 13:16

I was also offered £1.60 entertainment and £2. 40 movies a month for three …I was also offered £1.60 entertainment and £2. 40 movies a month for three months.


Way to go
Zooicidal21/11/2019 18:07

Can't say i'm surprised seeing as they still have a £6 charge for HD on …Can't say i'm surprised seeing as they still have a £6 charge for HD on their normal satellite packages for Sky Sports, still ridiculous though.


Sadly if people continue to stump up the extra money there going to keep on charging.You will only get change if enough people say " No thanks not anymore ".It will take a while because people are on contracts ending at different times,but stick with it.People power is good when everyone sticks together.
Whilst obviously it would be better not to be charged again for it, the quality upgrade watching the football in 1080p/50 on my 65" 4k TV probably is worth three quid.

Stream quality is 7831 for those who know about such things
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