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Now TV knocks 40% off its £24.99 bundles

Friday, November 20th 2015 by Cable.co.uk

For a limited time only, Now TV will be offering a 40% discount on its £24.99 movies, entertainment and sport box bundles. The offer applies to new customers and will run over the Black Friday weekend – from Friday 27 November until Monday 30 November.

Customers can choose from three bundles, each one includes a Now TV box (worth £14.99) and free passes to either Sky Movies, Sky Entertainment or Sky Sports channels on a monthly or daily basis.

The Now TV box provides access to hundreds of hours of Sky programming, without a subscription. To watch Sky content, customers need to purchase one of three Now TV passes focused around movies, sports and entertainment. Now TV requires a wireless broadband connection to work.

The £24.99 movies bundle includes a two month pass to Sky Movies. All eleven channels are available through Now TV including Sky Movies Family, Sky Movies Premiere and Sky Movies Comedy.

Three months free Sky Atlantic

With the £24.99 entertainment bundle customers get three months access to Sky 1, Sky Living, Fox, Comedy Central, MTV, Gold, Sky Artist 1 and the Disney Channel. Now TV is also the only way to watch Sky Atlantic without a Sky TV subscription.

The Sky Movies and Entertainment Passes automatically renew each month until they're cancelled.

The £24.99 sports bundle lets users watch all seven Sky Sports channels including Sky Sports News HQ, Sky Sports 1 and Sky Sports F1, for two separate 24-hour periods.

Each time a customer logs into the service, they’ll be notified of time remaining on the pass and if they're watching sports content, they'll have the option to purchase and activate a new pass.

In addition to passes, a range of apps are available to download. Viewers can turn their TV into a smart TV and access sites like Facebook, Spotify and BBC iPlayer.

Now TV, owned by Sky, launched over three years ago as a subscription-free alternative to Sky.

The service made headlines earlier this year after customers complained of not being able to watch the season premiere of Game of Thrones. Now TV was hit with similar problems in 2014 when buffering made most of season four of the HBO show unwatchable, according to fans.

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