It’s another UK Cord Cutting milestone, as Netflix is set to beat Sky at their own game by the end of the year. Netflix UK is predicted to hit 9.78 million subscribers, with Sky going down to 9.64 million subscribers. This shows, once again, that cord cutting and streaming TV is here to stay, at the
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Black Friday 2018 is now over. But we will see you here again next year, with NOW TV’s Black Friday 2019 deals.
A week after Sky added a “Netflix Package” to their traditional subscription, their streaming service – NOW TV – adds a Netflix app to its streaming devices. Additionally, NOW TV is launching a new 4K “Smart Box“, for a particularly low price. Historically, NOW TV was supposed to be Sky’s answer to Netflix and Amazon Prime Video – for
TV cord cutters in the UK don’t have too many options when it comes to sports – but starting today, there’s an interesting cheap new offer from NOW TV: A Sky Sports mobile subscription, priced at only £5.99/month. The catch? You can only watch it on a mobile device, and there are only 4 Sky Sports
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
Have you been looking for ways to Keep Up with the Kardashians, or the Real Housewives, as a TV cord cutter? Now you have another, cheap way to do so, thanks to NOW TV’s newly added “hayu” pass – a channel full of (mostly American) reality TV shows. While it’ll normally cost you £3.99, NOW TV
In a surprising announcement, Sky say they will finally add a Netflix app to their NOW TV streaming boxes
Sky have raised prices on their NOW TV Sports Passes for cord cutters – what other options have you got?
At £15, the NOW TV Smart Stick is one of the cheapest streamers in the UK. But how does it stand against the Amazon FireTV Stick and Google’s Chromecast?
Sky’s streaming TV service, NOW TV, have raised their prices starting August 15: The Entertainment Pass, which is the package that includes TV programmes and Sky’s live TV channels, now costs £7.99 per month, instead of £6.99 – an increase of almost 15%. While there are still ways of reducing that cost (by buying several months in advance, for
Sky’s NOW TV subscription-free video on demand service adds subtitles. How can you get them, and what content is available?
Good news for UK viewers who need (or prefer) subtitles, as digital video providers will be required to follow the “traditional” broadcasters