Viewers of Sky TV, NOW, and Roku have recently been given more FREE material to watch.
This month, Sky TV, NOW, and Roku viewers will have access to a slew of new shows and blockbusters, and the best part is that it’s all free to watch.
This month, Sky TV, NOW, and Roku-powered gadget owners are in for a nice treat, with a slew of new episodes and films debuting on these platforms. Throughout July, a variety of content, including movies, shows, and dedicated children’s entertainment, will be available for viewing, and the best thing is that it won’t cost you a penny! This update comes courtesy of the Roku Channel, which is constantly adding new titles to its enormous library.
There’s never been a better time to get a new television. For £25 a month, you can have access to Sky Q’s largest channels, including Sky Atlantic, MTV, and Sky Sports News, as well as a Netflix membership. Given that Netflix alone will set you back £10 a month, this offer on the complete Sky Q package is quite appealing. There are also some fantastic offers to add Sky Sports and Sky Cinema to your subscription!
“This month, The Roku Channel features a range of new, and of course, FREE entertainment for you to stream on all Roku, Sky Q, and NOW TV streaming players!” Roku’s Mike Duin said on the company blog. With summer officially here, why not treat yourself, your friends, or your loved ones to a movie night after a long day of soaking in the sun? There are no monthly fees or logins required, therefore there isn’t much of a catch.”
The Roku Channel, which comes pre-installed on all Roku-branded set-top boxes and Roku-powered Smart TVs, is also available on the Sky Q box’s My Apps menu. For its NOW-branded streaming boxes and sticks, NOW (previously NOW TV) uses Roku hardware, therefore you’ll be able to locate a shortcut to start The Roku Channel there as well!
If you utilize any of these services, here’s what’s coming to your TV for free this month.
NOW has reduced the cost of its Entertainment and Cinema Membership to to £9.99, as well as giving a three-month trial of Sky Sports.
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