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chilli2
Contributor 4

Adverts on Now TV

Anyone find the Adverts / now tv promos before starting to watch something extremly anoying??

I've kept my Now TV subscription going for a while, however these pre show trailers are making Now tv less and less atratactive, and the cancel button more atractive

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MentalMadMax
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Re: Adverts on Now TV

yes especially if binge watching something and you get them every episode and the same bloody 1 over and over
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Tom888
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Re: Adverts on Now TV

Agreed. I need these to stop, can someone tell me how? When paying for a service you should not expect to see adverts all the time!!

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nowswaish
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They don’t really bother me and seem very infrequent. Last night I watched four programs on Now catchup and box sets and only had one promotion at the start, that was the second Bountyhunters episode which had a short F1 video, no mor than 20 seconds long I would say. I’m using a Roku 4K stick.

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Scottie79
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Very annoying.  Especially when you have all the passes, except Hayu, and promos are for what I can already watch.

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RoyB Scholar 4
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Re: Adverts on Now TV


@Scottie79 wrote:

Very annoying.  Especially when you have all the passes, except Hayu, and promos are for what I can already watch.


Funny, because my complaint would be about getting promos for things I can’t watch.

 

But all the promos I am seeing at the moment are for things I have decided I don’t want to watch; or for things I have watched, which are the most annoying of all.

 

After all, NowTV knows what I have watched and what I haven’t; or even if not, it could bring up one of those ‘Add to Watchlist’ things top right, and then I could go Seen It, or Don’t Want to See It, or Yes.

 

And then not see it again. Just like you can tell Amazon with its recommendations, I Own It, or Don’t Use This Item for Recommendations, and you don’t see that recommendation again.


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