From 15th August 2017, the price for the monthly Entertainment Pass will increase by £1 to £7.99, the first price increase since 2015. Now TV is currently serving notice on subscribers about the change, in line with its terms and conditions.

Now TV users who pay for their Entertainment Pass on a rolling monthly basis will be charged the new price from the first payment date that falls on or after the 15th August. Combo customers are currently not affected by the rise and viewers who are currently benefiting from a special offer are exempt until the end of the offer period.

Customers who don’t want to pay more are able to cancel at any time, with their service ending when the next payment date would have been due.

In the coming year, Now TV Entertainment Pass users will be gaining access to SyFy and on-demand service Hayu. The Entertainment Pass currently unlocks access to Sky’s entertainment channels – i.e. Sky 1, Sky Arts, Sky Atlantic and Sky Living plus content from various third-party channels including Comedy Central, Discovery and Gold.

Meanwhile, Now TV has confirmed that its sports passes will remain on sale at the same prices following changes to Sky Sports. From 18th July, the number of channels available to Now TV Sport subscribers increases from 7 to 10 channels, with Sky Sports Mix included for the first time.

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By Expat