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26th August, 2015 - 11:39 am (7 Comments)

Sky’s popular broadband-based NOW TV service, which among other things offers live streaming access and catch-up content for some of the media giants top TV channels (e.g. Sky Atlantic, Sky 1, Discovery etc.), is now offering a 30 day free trial of its Sky Movies pass content (£9.99 a month thereafter).


10th August, 2015 - 2:41 pm (8 Comments)

Remember when BT introduced the new premium BTSport TV Pack at the start of this month for an extra £5 (here)? Do you also remember how BT then tried to force that pack onto their existing customers, unless they specifically opted-out? Well Ofcom wasn’t happy and neither were many of BT’s customers.

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3rd August, 2015 - 1:53 pm (0 Comments)

Sheffield-based ISP PlusNet has announced that “Unlimited Fibre” (FTTC) broadband and phone customers who also take their £5 per month YouView (IPTV) based TV service will, from 5th August 2015, also benefit from the inclusion of the BTSport Lite content at no extra cost.

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30th July, 2015 - 7:53 am (3 Comments)

BT has released the latest results for Q2-2015 (calendar) and confirmed that their retail business added +85K new broadband subscribers in the quarter (down sharply from +121K in Q1) to total 7,798,000, which includes 3,226,000 on BTInfinity “fibre broadband” (up by +217K vs +266K in Q1). Incidentally FTTC/P is now available to 23 million premises (80% of the UK).


24th July, 2015 - 7:52 am (21 Comments)

An unspecified number of Virgin Media’s broadband bundle customers, specifically those who take one of the cable operators TiVo set-top-boxes, have been unable to watch their favourite shows because the kit keeps rebooting itself. Also there’s a +£3 TV price rise coming in September, hurray?


17th July, 2015 - 10:55 am (25 Comments)

As expected BT has today revealed the first solid details and price of their new 4K Ultra HD TV package, which claims to include “Europe’s very first live sports Ultra HD channel” (BTSport Ultra HD) and a new 4K capable 1TB YouView (IPTV) set-top-box. But you’ll need a faster than “superfast” broadband speed.

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15th July, 2015 - 10:09 am (0 Comments)

UK ISP TalkTalk has announced that their Plus TV bundle of unlimited broadband, phone (anytime calls), premium TV (YouView) and a free mobile SIM, which is priced at £10 per month and comes with a £75 Love2shop voucher, now also includes 6 months of free HD access to video streaming service Netflix (until 30th July).

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6th July, 2015 - 7:54 am (4 Comments)

Customers of PlusNet who also take the ISPs BTSport TV offer (only available via the Sky Digital TV platform), which gives them access to BTSport channels 1, 2 and ESPN from just £5.99 per month (HD for an extra £1.50 a month), may be unhappy to learn that the price is set to almost double.

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16th June, 2015 - 2:49 pm (9 Comments)

Internet giant Google has announced that their massively popular online video streaming service, YouTube, can now stream content using the very latest 8K Full Ultra HD video standard (7680 x 4320 pixels). But at twice the resolution in both directions of 4K it also requires double the broadband speed (i.e. around 50 Megabits per second).

now tv bskyb uk

16th June, 2015 - 2:04 pm (7 Comments)

Customers of Sky’s broadband-based NOW TV service, which among other things offers live streaming access and catch-up content for some of the media giants top TV channels (e.g. Sky Atlantic, Sky 1, Discovery etc.), has announced plans to launch a new set-top-box, a Sky Sports Month Pass and other improvements.

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16th June, 2015 - 11:26 am (3 Comments)

It’s not all about Sport, you see. BT’s YouView (IPTV) based broadband TV service has taken another shot at arch-rival Sky (Sky Broadband) by announcing a new agreement to launch the AMC TV channel in the UK this September 2015, which includes the “exclusive” UK television premiere of “Fear the Walking Dead“.

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15th June, 2015 - 1:07 am (0 Comments)

Budget ISP TalkTalk has announced that their top Plus TV bundle of unlimited broadband, phone (anytime UK calls), premium TV content (YouView) and a free mobile SIM is being reduced from £20 to just £10 per month for the first 18 months of service. A £100 Love2shop voucher has also been thrown in.

netflix uk unlimited broadband movie streaming

11th June, 2015 - 4:14 pm (5 Comments)

Netflix UK, the broadband-based unlimited movie and TV video streaming service, has increased the price of their HD quality Standard Plan for new customers by an inflation busting 7.15% from £6.99 to £7.49 per month. But existing customers are safe.. at least for now.


10th June, 2015 - 7:49 am (0 Comments)

All new customers who take Fuel Broadband’s 6 months FREE unlimited broadband offer (£5 per month thereafter), which among other things comes with free UK evening and weekend calls, will now also receive a FREE Amazon Fire TV Stick (normally retails for £35) for WiFi video streaming to your televisions HDMI port.

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