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herojan
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Peacock - yay - not!

Just taken a look at what is available on Peacock.

 

Nothing worth £10 a month. I'll be leaving at the end of the year when my current deal expires.


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gavs82008
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Re: Peacock - yay - not!

@herojan 

Peacock is NOT £10 a month, it’s bundled in with the entertainment membership. Where you already get Sky branded channels.

 

As for content, it’s a soft launch with additional 7k hours of content to be added over time. 


FYI that I do not work for NOW, I am simply a NOW customer trying to help I am a Community Contributor This means that I know a lot about the service and like you I am still a customer. For any account issues you’ll need to contact staff via customer support.
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herojan
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Re: Peacock - yay - not!

I'm fully aware that Peacock is not £10 a month. I'm talking the £10 for the entertainment package. I had hoped that the addition of peacock might make it worthwhile, but it doesn't.

 

So soft they didn't tell anyone the date it was launching until it turned up.

 


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gavs82008
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Re: Peacock - yay - not!

@herojan 

The announcement for Peacock is meant to be around 8k hours of content, as per launch there is only 1k hours. So expect thousands of hours to be added over time. 

Personally I’m waiting “patiently” for the Chicago One in its entirety to be added.


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SweetBlitz
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Re: Peacock - yay - not!

Entertainment is worth the £1/month I currently pay for it, and peacock is a pretty decent bonus with some good movies like O Brother Where Art Thou along with The US Office, 30 Rock and the Ricky Gervais live show.

 

Entertainment is sadly rising to £4/month for me next week, but will keep it until Succession and Curb Your Enthusiasm end their current runs.  

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