It was likewise asserted that the Hayu Pass – which is ideal for unscripted television addicts – will see its value ascend from £3.99 to £4.99 per month.
Also, as we approach the month’s end Sky has now affirmed that these NOW TV costs will kick into impact – yet there are a couple of provisos we have to specify.
Initially, in case you’re wanting to sack an Entertainment or Hayu Pass before the value climb kicks in then you must be a current client that has either appreciated a free preliminary for one of these passes beforehand, bought one previously or is expected for reestablishment before the month’s end.
That is in such a case that you’re another client you will be allowed a multi day free preliminary before being charged for your NOW TV pass, and by that point September will as of now be in progress.
As clarified in the T&Cs segment of the NOW TV shop: “The incredible diversion continues moving consequently after your prepaid period at £8.99 for (Entertainment Pass auto-recharges at £8.99 every month until 31st August 2020, £9.99 from that point except if dropped.), £11.99 for Sky Cinema, £3.99 for Kids, £3.99 for (Hayu Pass auto-restores at £3.99 per month until 31st August 2020, £4.99 from that point except if dropped)”.