Can anyone explain to me why, on a paid for streaming service which isn't exactly cheap, I am being forced to sit through adverts before my movies and programmes start? Netflix, Prime etc don't do this and they are cheaper. I can see if I am happy to pay for BOOST then the adverts vanish but why should I have to pay for this? Seriously considering leaving NOW TV, seems a rip off to me. Thoughts?
There are two things that you have to watch that aren’t the programme you selected; one is adverts, usually scattered in bunches throughout your programme, and for things that third parties sell, like baked beans and special underpants. The other is trailers for other Now programmes, typically once per programme before it starts playing.
Be warned that Boost stops the adverts, but it doesn’t stop the trailers.
We want a Skip Trailer option to deal with this, but do you think Now will give us one? Will they heck as like 😢