Sky TV fans can save over 50 per cent off their bill by making a very simple change.
The firm’s NOW TV streaming service has launched a swathe of offers which drops the cost of some of the most popular bundles including Sky Cinema, Sky Entertainment and Sky Sports.
All of the deals are available to new customers with some of these money-saving offers lasting for six months.
Perhaps the best bargain comes to those who want to watch Sky Entertainment and Sky Cinema.
NOW TV is currently giving users the chance to watch six months of these channels for just £56.99 – saving over 50 per cent off the usual price.
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NOW TV 6 months Entertainment pass – £27.99 – SAVING 42 per cent
NOW TV 6 months Sky Cinema pass – £42.99 – SAVING 40 per cent
NOW TV 6 months Entertainment and Sky Cinema pass – £56.99 – SAVING 52 per cent
NOW TV 6 months Kids pass – £14.99 – SAVING 37 per cent
NOW TV Sky Sports Pass – £20 per month – SAVING 40 per cent
NOW TV Sky Sports F1 Season Ticker – £195
Along with all these deals, there’s one more offer that allows customers to get access to Sky Entertainment for free.
This bundle is part of NOW TV’s broadband package with customers signing up to the £25 per month internet access then getting the six-month free TV deal.
Before signing up to NOW TV it’s worth noting that this is a streaming service and it doesn’t offer the same unique features as Sky Q such as recording shows or watching television in multiple rooms.
To watch content on NOW TV you’ll need access to a smart television or device that connects to the internet such as a streaming stick or set-top box.
You can also view the service on your tablet, smartphone, laptop and Xbox One or PS4 games console.
Because everything is streamed across the web it’s also a good idea to have a fast internet connection to avoid any irritating buffering.
Speeds of over 10Mbps should be good enough for standard HD streaming although you may want to consider something better if you are thinking about watching shows in 4K.