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Anonymous User
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Goodbye NOW.....

Well, that's that - I'm outta here. It was ok while it lasted, but there is no way I am going to pay twelve quid a watch adverts. Do NOW not understand the fundamental principle that paying for any streaming service or app or whatever is so you do not have to watch adverts. My subscription charge is your revenue - grabbing more revenue by showing adverts is nothing but pure greed. Don't get me wrong, I'm no Liberal lefty, I'm all for making money, but this, quite frankly, takes the utter p##s.


See ya...... 

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Legend 5
Legend 5

@Anonymous User 

You do know when you go to “cancel” you get offered discounts.

Haven’t paid full price entertainment or cinema membership for over 3 years! 

As for the “adverts” you can get rid of the third party adverts with Boost


FYI that I do not work for NOW, just a NOW customer trying to help
Anonymous User
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Hi gavs


Indeed, they offered me half price for 3 months, and when I clicked the accept button, I got an error message!! Lol!! You couldn't make it up!


As for Boost - not sure if I can utilise that, I am using NOW through my Xbox.


But thanks for the heads-up anyway mate, much appreciated...👍🙂



Legend 5
Legend 5

@Anonymous User 

So the only thing that you won't be able to use Boost for with the Xbox is 50fps for the Sports.


You will still get to have no third part adverts and 1080p along with 5.1.


You’ll need any of these devices to enjoy all the features of Boost:

  • NOW Smart Stick
  • Any NOW Box
  • Amazon Fire TV Stick (2nd & 3rd Gen, 4K, Lite & Basic Edition)
  • Amazon Fire TV Cube 2nd Gen (2019)
  • Amazon Fire TV Edition – JVC 4K (2019) & HD/FHD (2020), Technika/Bush 4K (2020)
  • Roku Express or Roku Streaming Stick
  • A supported Samsung TV
  • Sony TV (most models from 2016)
  • PS4
  • PS5
  • Xbox One (50fps not currently available)
  • Xbox Series X & S (50fps not currently available)
  • Apple TV HD (gen 4) or 4K (Dolby Digital 5.1 surround sound not supported on Apple TV)
  • YouView (including TalkTalk & BT boxes)
  • LG Web OS TV (50fps not currently available)
  • JVC Fire TV Edition Smart 4K TV
  • Chromecast Ultra or 3rd generation (note that 1st and 2nd generation Chromecast devices are not supported. See the image below if you're not sure what generation your Chromecast is.)
FYI that I do not work for NOW, just a NOW customer trying to help