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Sky Now TV gives you internet streaming access to Sky Sports and Sky Movies so here’s everything you need to know about Now TV.

Now TV is a new way to access Sky's channels by streaming them over the internet without subscription. There are different ways of accessing the service and different ways of paying too. Read on to find out everything about Now TV.

Sky Now TV: When will it be available?

Sky has launched Now TV in the UK.

Sky Now TV: Do I need to be an existing Sky customer?

No, you don’t need to subscribe to Sky to be eligible for Now TV.

Sky Now TV: What content is available?

Sky Movies offers more than 600 films and users can also watch Sky Sports via Now TV.

Sky Now TV: What other content will be added?

Sky Sports, Sky 1, Sky Atlantic, Sky Arts and Sky Living will all be added to Now TV. Sky hasn't given specific timing for when this will happen.

Sky Now TV: How much does it cost?

Now TV will be flexible in terms of pricing. The first option is to pay a monthly £15 fee for a Sky Movies Pass giving unlimited access to the content. At the moment, you can get the first three months for £8.99 per month.Sky Now TV movies and sports

Sky Sports is available as Pay As You Go. You simply pay £9.99 for a 'Day Pass' and you get access to all the Sky Sports channels for 24 hours.

Alternatively you and pick and choose which content you wish to purchase on a pay-as-you-go basis. Movies cost 99p for classics and £3.49 for new releases. This option has been suspended.

Sky Now TV: What contract do I have to sign up for?

There's no minimum contract obligation for users who sign up to Now TV.

Sky Now TV: What devices are supported?

Supported devices include PC, Mac, Xbox 360, PS3 iPhone, iPad and some Android devices. Sky has also added support for Roku media streamers and LG Smart TVs.

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Furthermore, you can now buy a Sky Now TV Box for £9.99 which gives any TV access to Now TV for the usual prices plus other services like BBC iPlayer.

Sky Now TV: How can I find out more information?

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