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MetalGearRex1,302 posts since 11 May 2016
London London
The US 'reality TV' portal Hayu will launch as an app on NOW TV shortly.

Apparently corresponds with a new deal signed between Sky and NBCUniversal.

Also, Syfy is launching on the Entertainment Pass as a result of said deal.

Excellent news about SyFy.

Yep. Syfy's quite an alright channel; great to see it come to NOW TV. Adds an extra spice of variety to the Entertainment Pass.
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Neil Jones3,960 posts since 23 Dec 2001
Central (West) Midlands Today
Seems to be a decent offer through the NowTV site at the moment (for me anyway) as a new customer:

Entertainment Pass £6.99
Sky Cinema Pass £9.99
Fab Fibre £18.00
Pay as you use calls £0.00
Line rental £17.99
Your Combo Offer -£12.99
Total £39.98
Cost after 12m offer £52.97

What you’ll pay today
NOW TV Hub Included
NOW TV Smart Box Included
Fibre set up fee £22.00
Total £22.00

Bearing in mind I'm paying Sky £28 for Sky+ (basic and movies) and TalkTalk effectively £25 a month as it is, the fact I can have "pay TV", phone and fibre for just £40 a month is really tempting as I'm at the end of my TalkTalk contract and they can't (or won't) give me a retention deal. So I may be jumping on board NowTV soon Smile

There are plenty of passes available on Amazon - four months Sky Movies/Cinema pass for £24 for example and I gather looking through the thread there's many options to avoid having to pay full price at all...
MetalGearRex1,302 posts since 11 May 2016
London London
I'm perfectly happy with 720p and will be an improvement on TalkTalk where I think all of the pay channels are 480p including Sky Cinema? And you get Sky Atlantic which is a Sky/NOW TV exclusive.

720p is serviceable on NOW TV and looks really great - but not all channels are fully 720p on the service (GOLD, Comedy Central, Discovery, Cartoon Network).

TalkTalk as you've mentioned, is 576i for all of its channels - but from what I've read the PQ isn't too bad. However, it's the only provider of the 4 that is sorely lacking in HD content.
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