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December 28, 2021 at 3:43 pm #2129
Sky takes on web film rental firms as it offers service for £15 a month By <br> Published: 05:19 EDT, 18 July 2012 | Updated: 05:19 EDT, 18 July 2012 <br> <br>An internet TV war has broken out with the launch of a Sky service offering films for £15 a month.
<br /><br><br>The service pitches it against rivals Lovefilm and Netflix, and will be available on PCs and Macs as well as smartphones and YouView, the BBC-backed set-top boxes connected to the web. <br /><br><br>Users can pay £15 a month to get access to more than 600 films streamed to their home or, if on a mobile phone equipped with the internet, to their handset wherever they are.
<br /><br> Internet TV: Sky’s £15 offer gives access to more than 600 films on PCs and Macs and mobile phones<br> <br>Alternatively, a pay-per-view option lets viewers choose from a wider range of up to 1,000 films.
These will cost from 99p for older movies to £3.49 for a recent blockbuster release. <br /> <br> <br>Though the launch focuses on films, Sky plans to introduce sport before the end of the year. The service will offer a cheaper way for those without Sky subscriptions to watch its films.<br><br><br> More… <br> As it stands, the lowest monthly contract with Sky offering access to its films is £36.50.
However, http://hd-lostfilm.cc/v2/page/2/ the £15 subscription is still pricier than Netflix and Amazon-owned LoveFilm, where monthly fees start at £4.99. <br /> <br> <br>email@example.com<br> <br> <br>
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