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NewsPoster Jul 25, 2013 06:03 AM
LG signs deal with BSkyB for exclusive Now TV on smart HDTVs in UK
LG has signed a deal with broadcaster BSkyB to add <a href=" gh.prices/" rel='nofollow'>Now TV</a> to its range of <a href=" 15000.price.tag/" rel='nofollow'>smart televisions</a> in the United Kingdom. The agreement will bring the Sky-backed streaming service to Internet-connected LG HDTVs in August, with Now TV content being exclusive to the manufacturer's smart TV range for a minimum of 12 months. <br />
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Buyers of new LG smart TVs will have three months of free access to the range of movies on the service, according <a href="" rel='nofollow'>to</a> <em>Engadget</em>, along with three passes that provide 24 hours of access to <a href=" nels/" rel='nofollow'>Sky Sports</a> channels. Current LG smart TV, Blu-ray or other smart set-top box owners will be able to download an app for the service, albeit without the free aspect. <br />
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The Now TV movies package, which offers movies shown on the Sky Movies channels on satellite, usually costs &pound;9 ($14) for the first three months then &pound;15 ($23) per month thereafter. The Sports Day Pass usually costs &pound;10 ($15).
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