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  • Author Peter Skilton
  • Published August 20, 2013

LG – the only Smart TV with NOW TV

The latest Sky Movies and live Sky Sports on your LG TV, all without a contract

 

As LG is the first and only TV manufacturer to offer Sky’s new internet TV service NOW TV, customers can easily enjoy live Sky Sports and the latest Sky Movies via the exclusive NOW TV app.

 

To celebrate the partnership LG has an amazing introductory offer. Purchase an LG Smart TV* and get a 3 month Sky Movies Pass, as well as 3 month Sky Sports Day Passes, all on LG.

 

Live sport, early film releases

Enjoy live Sky Sports and the on-demand Sky Movies when you want without budging from the sofa – as long as you’ve got an LG Smart TV. Access to Sky Sports costs just £9.99 for a 24-hour, one-day pass to all six channels including Sky Sports F1. Sky Movies is available for one month at a time, with access to hundreds of on-demand films including more of the latest and biggest movies 12 months before Netflix or Lovefilm Instant.

 

Simply switch on and enjoy. For a less complicated life NOW TV on LG Smart TV is the answer.

 

Enjoy NOW TV today, available on LG’s full range of Smart TVs here

 

Find out more about NOW TV here.

 

*Available on selected TV models. For more details on the terms and conditions for the promotion, visit: www.lg-promo.com. The NOW TV service is compatible with 2012/2013 LG Smart TVs. For more details, please visit www.lg.com/uk/smart-tvs. You must have a NOW TV account, or sign up to redeem the offer. 18+. UK only. Offer subject to availability, starts Thursday, 15 August and runs to Thursday, 14 November 2013 at 23.59 GMT or when 59,000 people have successfully claimed the promotion, whichever occurs the earliest. Further NOW TV terms apply.

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