Netflix is Coming to Sky: Back in March, we told you about Sky’s new partnership with Netflix, which would add Netflix’ streaming service to Sky’s “traditional” subscription model, as well as to NOW TV. The first part of that deal is now happening – and Sky Q customers will be able to add a Netflix
It’s been a long time coming, but cord cutting and streaming TV are finally taking over the UK television market. According to a new Ofcom report, more people in the UK now subscribe to streaming services such as Netflix and NOW TV, than are subscribed to the “traditional” pay-tv services such as Sky and BT.
Some Netflix subscirbers around Europe have been seeing a new pricing table – with a considerably pricier new “Ultra” tier
In a surprising announcement, Sky say they will finally add a Netflix app to their NOW TV streaming boxes
Netflix announced yesterday (October 5) they would be raising their subscription prices in the US. Sharp eyes, however, have noticed the company quietly raised their prices in the UK as well – effective immediately for new subscribers, and at a later date for existing customers. Also See: Our Full Netflix UK Review And Guide Worth
Good news for UK viewers who need (or prefer) subtitles, as digital video providers will be required to follow the “traditional” broadcasters
New EU rules will change the way Netflix and other streaming services are allowed to use Geo Blocking. How will this effect UK subscribers?