Launching earlier this month, Now TV offers access to Sky’s movies content without the need for an expensive Sky satellite TV subscription. £15 a month nabs a Sky Movies Pass for unlimited streaming on the service, while individual titles can be rented for between 99p and £3.49. A 30 day trial is also available, with the platform accessible to PC and Mac users through a web browser too.
“Building on the increasing popularity of watching TV over the internet, NOW TV offers access to Sky Movies – the UK’s most popular subscription movies service – in a new way,” reads the Sky press release.
“It is easy, flexible and great value – with no contract, set-up costs or installation.”
For more on Now TV, check out our full review.It’s a promising start for the service, but there’s still some features that need to be added and some bugs that need to be ironed out before it gets our full seal of approval. Sky promise to add entertainment and sports content later in the year, which could deliver the boost the service needs to take on rivals LOVEFiLM and Netlfix.
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By Gerald Lynch | July 31st, 2012