You know Robert
When a tech company makes an early announcement about their latest whiz-bang update that declaration is not for their customers, which are already captive, it's more for their current and future share holders and investors.
@Smackos"then we've been still left dangling as to when the heck that is"
Unfortunately it's not the fist time that has happened.
@ukbobboy"it's more for their current and future share holders and investors"
My thoughts entirely. It's money first and customer second, but then that's the same with everyone else.
Maybe it is only being offered in very 'limited numbers' as somewhat of a testing phase and we just haven't heard of many people with the offer?????? Lets keep our fingers crossed that is what is happening and it will go wider..... one day!!!!!!
Thank you for your interest in NOW TV BOOST, some of our new features and functionality which includes streaming in 1080p. We recently made it available to a select group of our customers with NOW TV devices to make sure we were ready for a full launch. We don’t think it’s quite ready yet, so we’re going to turn it off to make some further improvements.
If you have been charged, we will be refunding you and you should receive the money back into your bank account within 5 days. We will be in touch as soon as BOOST is ready to go live across a range of devices later this year. Thank you for your support for NOW TV.
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This whole NowTV/BT debacle gets more bizarre by the day. It's turning into amateur hour now. As if 18 months hasn't been enough time to sort out what aren't major issues for anyone that knows what they're doing. If it were me I would feel ashamed to have been the one rolled out to make the above statement 😔
Got a link from a website that I've been keeping an eye on for a while...... it's good for various TV related stuff and they've just done a bit on Now TV Full HD...... nothing particularly new in the story, but it's an interesting website if you've never heard of it before: