Yeah nothing against this as I do the same with my parents.
Assuming you have full trust in your friend to not purchase any additional memberships. Otherwise I’d slap on a payment PIN on your account t just to be safe.
I was thinking about this from more of a T&Cs or ethical pov. I know it is technically possible (i do trust my friend) but given that NOW mention the word "household" I wonder what the official 'rule' is about friends.
Anyone who works at NOW or heard an answer before able to help??
It doesn’t need to be the same household as I don’t live with my parents. As long as you have the relevant equipment to stream NOW and the memberships then you’re good to go.
It’s only Netflix right now that are showing to be super awkward about things!
If your friend lives in the same dwelling as you, then they are part of the same household as you, even though you are not related.
Though if your friend lives at a different postal address - even a different flat in the same building - then they are not part of the same household.
But wherever your friend lives, also note Now’s prohibition on charging anyone to watch your Now. Which sharing the subscription costs between you would count as.
We circumvent this by sharing two streaming services with our son; he pays for one, and we the other.
So if you are bound, or hold yourself, to a rather stricter moral code than some of us follow, you should bear these things in mind.