Sky may offer one of the best ways to watch TV, but its award-winning Q service has a big catch. Anyone wishing to prepare for this popular service must sign a longer contract with most offers, which customers must join for at least 18 months. That’s a pretty big commitment, especially since most plans start at around £ 27 a month.
Fortunately, there is another way to watch Sky without having to sign on the dotted line. The recently renamed NOW (formerly NOW TV) offers a contract-free way to stream content directly to your television.
NOW is a streaming service where everything you see comes in over the internet, not a bowl drilled into your wall. As long as your internet connection can take the strain, you can easily access a variety of additional channels.
If that wasn’t enough to get you to switch to NOW, Sky’s own service has relaunched a few offerings that offer full access to Sky sports, entertainment and cinema at much cheaper prices.
First, there’s a deal on a Sky Entertainment and Cinema Pass for £ 14.99 – that’s a whopping 40 percent off the usual cost. This discount is valid for one month and includes a 7-day trial version of NOW Boost, which offers content in full HD quality and offers the option of viewing multiple devices at the same time.
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If you want to watch Sky Sports you still have to get a bargain.
NOW’s limited-time offer includes 11 Sky Sports channels for £ 25 per month – a saving of £ 8.99 over the usual price.
You receive this discount for the first three months and can cancel at any time. In addition to the cheaper costs, there is also the 7-day free trial version of NOW Boost.
Here all channels are included in the offer
Sky Sports Premier League • Sky Sports Football • Sky Sports F1 • Sky Sports Cricket • Sky Sports Arena • Sky Sports Racing • Sky Sports Golf • Sky Sports Mix • Sky Sports NFL • Sky Sports News • Sky Sports Main Event.
It’s worth noting that in addition to having a good web connection, you will also need a smart device to be able to access it NOW.
This Sky service is available on devices such as Samsung, Sony and LG smart TVs, PlayStation and Xbox consoles, smartphones, Apple TV, Roku and Chromecast.