Started my membership with 2 month offer today on 31 March and it ends on 30 May - Why doesn't it end on 31 May?
So your previous pass ended on 21 January and then you were charged for the following month. The offer ends on 30 May. If you want to continue thereafter you will pay the non-offer price on the same day of the month as the day it started i.e. 31st. Awkward date to choose I guess, but there you go!
No. If I start on 22 Dec at 7pm it ends on 22 Feb at 7pm. I have had now TV for a very long time and this is how it works. What I am pointing out is that if I start on 31 Mar, why doesn't a 2 month offer end on 31 may?
Ooh, now you're bringing hours into it? Sorry if you start on 22 a month later is 21. If you can find any organisation, or calendar, that works otherwise, please let me know. Try convincing HMRC that the soon-to-end tax year started on 6 April 2021 and ends on 6 April 2022. 😉
So two months later is still the same! Hey we will just have to agree to disagree, fun though this has been. And never dismiss HMRC too lightly .... 😮
Loving the way edit works here btw as you called me out before, that latest slightly snide addition to your last post after I had responded. 😕
Why do people always write "agree to disagree" when they are wrong?
If you get a Now membership on 22 of the month at 7pm it ends at 22 of the subsequent month at 7pm (ignoring spring forward, fall back) . That is a fact. So why does it differ on 31st of the month? Because 30 days hath September, April, June and November? (Let's not worry about February)
But I'm not wrong. And I was just trying to be nice. Your membership may well continue into the 22 May, but you will have to cancel before the end of the elapsed month if NOW are not to charge you further. They don't do it by the hour, you know?
Memberships are done to the hour. If you start at 8pm it ends at 8pm. This is true for day and month passes. There are a lot of threads on this. Here’s one I answered recently https://community.nowtv.com/t5/Offers-Vouchers/Cancellation-Time/m-p/576025