If you are looking for a decent TV deal right now then Sky might have the answer.

The firm’s NOW TV streaming service is currently offering two months of premier content for the price of one.

This means you can subscribe to services such as the Entertainment Pass and save yourself some money.

There’s a total of three deals available with customers able to get this 2 for 1 offer on Sky Cinema (£11.99) Sky Entertainment (£7.99) or Sky Kids (£3.99).

The only catch is you’ll need a smart device and a decent broadband connection as all of NOW TV’s content is streamed to TVs via the web.

If you don’t want to continue past this two-month deal you’ll also need to make sure you cancel once the deal has ended.


Along with that offer, Sky continues to give customers the chance to get a cheaper deal on its premium Sky Q bundles.

Right now you can get the Home Cinema bundle for £31 per month – saving £7 – or the All-together Bundle for £47 – saving £14.

There’s also a TV and broadband bundle available for £39 which saves £10 per month.


The news of these deals comes as Sky is also offering an extra bonus for its smartphone subscribers.

Sky Mobile has just announced that all handset customers can now swap their phone to a new model at any time via its new Swap plans.

The new change to Sky Mobile’s Swap plans should make it easier for those tempted to upgrade to the latest flagship phone from their favourite manufacturer – such as Apple – without needing to wait until their current contract ends.

Sky says its Swap plans are designed to be as fair and flexible as possible, reflecting Sky Mobile’s approach to the mobile sector.

Mobile users are often locked into long-term contracts without the option to upgrade to a new phone before the end of their contract.

However, many will be tempted to get the latest phone when new models launch and don’t want to wait.

For customers looking to Swap, the value of their old phone will automatically be put against the balance of their contract.

Customers can also convert their unused data, which will have been automatically rolled over in their Sky Piggybank, into accessories and discounts on the new device – so they can get an even better deal.

And for customers who decide to keep their phone for longer, they will automatically stop paying for their phone once it has been paid in full and they will default to SIM only.

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source: express.co.uk


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