TV, powered by Sky, is now live on YouView. The instant-access movies service
which launched last month across PC, Mac, iPhone, iPad and selected
Android smartphones, offers easy and flexible access to Sky Movies
- the UK's most popular subscription movies service - with no
contract, set-up costs or installation. New customers can also take
advantage of a free 30 day trial of the service.
YouView customers will find the App on the
homepage and once registered online will be able to access the
movies they choose instantly.Customers who have already registered
for NOW TV will be able to access the service on the additional
platform at no extra cost. This will allow them to stream their
favourite movies to their main TV as well as continuing to access
them on the move through their smartphone, tablet or laptop. All
NOW TV customers can register up to two devices through which to
access the service.
NOW TV gives you two ways to watch great
movies. The monthly Sky Movies Pass gives instant and unlimited
access to the entire Sky Movies collection, for £15 a month after
an initial 30 day free trial. At any time, customers with a Sky
Movies Pass can choose from over 600 movies, including recent
blockbusters and classics from major Hollywood studios such as
Disney, Fox, Paramount, Sony, Warner Bros., and Universal.
Top titles which customers can enjoy in the next few weeks include
Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows, Rise of The
Planet of The Apes, and One Day.
Customers can also 'pay & play' for instant access to an
extensive range of over 1,000 movies through Sky Store including
the very latest 'now on DVD' releases and much-loved classics. 'Pay
& play' movies on NOW TV range from 99p for classic titles to
£3.49 for the latest blockbusters.
More great Sky content will also be added in the coming months,
with Sky Sports due to launch on NOW TV before the end of the
year. This will enable NOW TV customers to enjoy live action
from the Barclays Premier League, UEFA Champions League, England
Test cricket, Heineken Cup rugby, ATP tennis, the Masters from
Augusta and much more. The introduction of Sky Sports will be
followed on NOW TV by must-see shows from Sky 1, Sky Atlantic, Sky
Arts and Sky Living, including home-grown drama, original comedy
and US shows.
Simon Creasey, Director of NOW TV, adds:
"We know there's growing demand from UK consumers to access
high-quality pay TV and internet-connected devices provide an
innovative new way to help satisfy that demand. We're
delighted that NOW TV is now available on YouView and to be
providing current free-to-air homes a fresh new choice."
NOW TV is currently available to anyone in the UK with a
broadband or 3G connection across a wide range of connected devices
including PC, Mac, selected Android smartphones and iOS devices.
NOW TV will be coming soon to Xbox and is developing for other
platforms and devices, including Sony Playstation® 3 and Roku