NOW TV CONTRACT and no-contract offerings include streaming and broadband services. You can purchase access to only select content rather than subscribing for content you won’t be watching. In this post, we will talk about the contract and no-contract options available on Now TV and what it means to get one option or the other. We will also talk about early cancellations and fees.
Is Now TV a contract?
No. Now TV is not a contract.
Instead, it is a video streaming service owned by Sky, which allows you to purchase access to your preferred content choices regularly. Rather than paying for all content available on Now TV, you can simply pay for only the content category you’re interested in per time.
These content choices are called passes. And there are four major passes available on Now at the moment. They are Entertainment, Cinema, Hayu, and Sports.
Now lets you purchase access to any combination of these four at no contract cost.
Broadband contract on Now TV
Now TV’s broadband contract is a membership saver plan that commits you to a 12-month subscription agreement with Now TV. They will charge you an early termination fee if you end your contract before the end of the 12 months for reasons different from those agreed upon in the contract.
Now TV offers different broadband packages which come with different perks. However, every package comes with unlimited usage privileges.
The broadband contract on Now TV comes in three packages based on internet speed. They are
- SUPER FIBRE
The Super Fibre package on Now TV gives you access to superfast broadband fibres with an average download speed higher than 63 Mbps. This makes it ideal for users with heavy internet activity involving activities like downloading large files and streaming HD TV to multiple screens. It costs £22 a month for 12 months.
- FAB FIBRE
The Fab Fibre package on Now TV gives you access to Fibre optic broadband with an average download speed of about 36 Mbps. This makes it ideal for users with moderate internet activities like online games, streaming music, and TV. It costs £22 a month for 12 months.
- BRILLIANT BROADBAND
The Brilliant Broadband package on Now TV gives you access to DSL broadband with an average download speed of about 11 Mbps. This makes it ideal for users who only want to browse online and watch catch-up TV with little or no buffering. It costs £18 a month for 12 months.
Can you cancel a Now TV contract early?
You could cancel a NOW TV contract early if you signed up with a “no contract” option. On the other hand, if you signed up with a “contract” option, you’ll have to pay an early termination fee if you cancel your contract before the 12-month period elapses.
Nonetheless, NOW TV ensures that canceling your contract and switching from one broadband provider to another is seamless irrespective of your plan.
If you’re canceling your plan without switching to another provider, you need to put a call through to NOW TV to disconnect your services. You’ll also need to call NOW TV if switching to providers like Virgin Media or Fibre to the Premises (FTTP). However, you can simply place a new order if you’re switching to a new provider other than those mentioned.
No contract broadband on Now TV
NOW TV has a “no-contract” offering that allows you to purchase the service for a limited period only when you want. However, the no-contract plan requires you to pay a one-off £60 activation fee.
Furthermore, a No contract broadband on NOW TV allows you to cancel at any time without early termination penalties. Now TV is not only a video streaming service. They are also a broadband provider.
Mobile phone contract on Now TV: is it available?
NOW TV supports numerous tablets, smartphones, and other mobile devices. All you need to do is to download the NOW app on these devices and sign in to your NOW membership accounts. Then you’ll be able to stream any content covered under your subscription.
The following is a list of devices supported by the NOW TV app:
- iPhone 5S and later
- 5th generation iPad or later, and iPad Air, Mini 2 or later
- 6th generation iPad or later
- All devices with iOS 13 or later
- All android devices running on android 5.0 or later.