Sky’s NOW streaming service is again with a less expensive method to watch TV
NOW is a streaming service which implies all the pieces you watch arrives by way of the web slightly than a dish drilled into your wall however, so long as your internet connection can take the pressure, it is a easy method of getting access to a swathe of additional channels.
If that wasn’t sufficient to get you desirous about switching to NOW, the Sky-owned service has rebooted some offers which provides full entry to Sky Sports activities, Leisure and Cinema at less expensive costs.
Firstly there is a deal which encompasses a Sky Leisure and Cinema go for £14.99 – that is a whopping 40 p.c off the standard value. This low cost is on the market for one month and features a 7-day trial of NOW Enhance which provides content material in full HD high quality and the choice to view on extra gadgets directly.
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If it is Sky Sports activities you fancy watching then there’s one other discount to be bagged.
NOW’s limited-time provide consists of 11 Sky Sports activities channels for £25 per 30 days – that is a saving of £8.99 off the standard worth.
You get that low cost for the primary three months and you may cancel at any time. Together with the cheaper value, there’s additionally that 7-day free trial of NOW Enhance.
Listed below are all of the channels included within the deal
Sky Sports activities Premier League • Sky Sports activities Soccer • Sky Sports activities F1 • Sky Sports activities Cricket • Sky Sports activities Area • Sky Sports activities Racing • Sky Sports activities Golf • Sky Sports activities Combine • Sky Sports activities NFL • Sky Sports activities Information • Sky Sports activities Foremost Occasion.
It is value noting that together with a superb internet connection, you may additionally want a wise machine to entry NOW.
This Sky service is on the market on gadgets together with Samsung, Sony and LG sensible TVs, PlayStation and Xbox consoles, smartphones, Apple TV, Roku and Chromecast.