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lovebuguk
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now tv boost

Lol am I missing something here £3 mouth to watch in 1080p he he ill stick with Netflix amazon shudder and Disney plus when its comes here.

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Champcar59
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you know I wondered what that onscreen message was about makes sense now. TBH I think it’s ridiculous that we are charged more for 1080p it’s typical of these companies they are never happy with dipping your pockets.

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RoyB
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@Champcar59 

 

All those people banging on about 1080p forever, NowTV decided, “Hey, we can get them to pay for this”.

 

But, yeah, go to Netflix, because they don’t charge extra for HD, do they? Oh, wait......


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Champcar59
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As a lot of Tv channels are now dropping SD in favour of HD. It should now be HD as standard and if they want charge for 4K it there call. I actually just got round to reading the on screen message it’s only available on selected content and selected devices and HD is NOT available on Fox channel. WTF is the point if they are not going to do it right don’t do it at all. Think I will decline this one till they pull there heads out there A###.

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gavs82008
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@Champcar59 

To be honest, it is not surprising there is a charge for HD content.

 

Sky owns Now TV after all. Even Sky charge an extra £5 on top of their Entertainment package for their TV package. 

Only Sports and Cinema channels are in HD by default and do not require an extra charge on Sky TV. 

lovebuguk
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Oh, wait......he he 4k all the way )))

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