NOW, formerly called NOW TELEVISION, has actually announced a significant shake-up that will provide some customers a cheaper month-to-month expense and more content to see without paying anything extra. Revealing the news specifically to Express.co.uk, NOW has actually validated that it’s dropping the price of its Cinema Membership to ₤ 9.99 (was ₤ 11.99) and will be bundling the Kids choice of channels free of charge to all consumers who pay for the Entertainment Membership.That indicates those who sign up for the Entertainment package can now get
a bunch of additional programs consisting of Cook With Buddy, SpongeBob Square Pants, Pip & Posy, The Adventures of Paddington, and The Thundermans.Unfortunately for sports fans, NOW & is keeping costs the very same for Sky Sports customers with a 24-hour
Sports Membership now remaining at ₤ 9.99 and month-long gain access to costing ₤ 33.99. There’s more good news for existing clients as NOW is likewise adding some extra features to its optional”Boost”add-on. This additional service now lets you to stream programs and movies on more screens simultaneously(helpful in hectic houses with several TVs or clever gadgets )and beam video footage to your TV completely HD resolution.Starting next month, Boost will also get the addition of ad-free viewing when viewing through on-demand, 5.1 Surround Sound and all sports channels will get a 50fps remodeling for a silky smooth image quality.READ MORE: Two hit Sky Q functions might be coming to NOW TV users soon It’s worth noting that new NOW consumers will need to pay ₤ 5 for Boost instead of the current ₤ 3 a month, nevertheless, anyone who already subscribes won’t be hit by this increase.NOW is also giving all existing Entertainment members with a Kids Membership access to Boost without seeing anything included to their bill. Naturally, if you wish to drop your month-to-month outgoings, you can spend for a standard Entertainment membership and get Kids shows totally free. However, if you’re delighted paying the same, NOW will unlock the Boost
functions on your account (so you’re basically paying for Boost now that Kids is free). There’s plenty to like about these changes, however there are a number of things to be knowledgeable about.
The standalone Kids pass is now being removed, so new consumers will need to sign up to Entertainment to watch shows aimed at a younger audience.NOW is likewise dropping the number of devices users can stream to concurrently from 2 to one. If you desire to enjoy a boxset on an iPad upstairs while younger family members watch among their programs in the living-room, that’s no longer possible without paying for Boost.If you utilize NOW, you’ll get a message from the firm in the coming weeks explaining what the changes indicate with the upgrade entering into effect from July.Speaking about the shake-up, a NOW representative revealed to Express.co.uk: “At NOW, we constantly invest and examine in our content and product offering to meet the progressing
needs of our members. Having just recently relaunched our brand name, we are continuing this improvement by taking the opportunity to streamline our membership options providing more worth for our members. “The brand-new NOW offering will make it much easier for members to access the world’s best entertainment, with the versatility to
pick the package that fits them, whilst avoiding rate increases to the core material membership proposition.”