Sky has begun to inform Xbox 360 owners who watch TV on their console via the Sky Go app that come the end of July, they’ll need to start paying for the privilege. Sky Go is free to anyone with a
Sky has revealed that it’ll no longer offer free access to its Sky Go service through games consoles with effect from July 29th, instead forcing users to sign up to its premium Sky Go Extra service.
A Sky spokesperson said: «Sky Go and Sky Go Extra mean our customers can watch their favourite Sky content on a broad range of devices, wherever they are. «We will be making some changes to the way in which console users access Sky Go, and we will be writing to any customers who this affects over the coming weeks to update them.»
From next month, Sky Go will no longer be free to access on a console. Starting July 29, you’ll have to pay £5 a month to access the catch-up service from a games console.
A Sky spokesperson said: «Sky Go and Sky Go Extra mean our customers can watch their favourite Sky content on a broad range of devices, wherever they are. «We will be making some changes to the way in which console users access Sky Go, and we will be writing to any customers who this affects over the coming weeks to update them.» Sky Go Extra
If you use your console to access Sky Go, the on demand and live streaming service from Sky, on your console then you are going to have to fork out another £5 per month come August.
From 29 July, Sky has announced that customers will no longer be able to access Sky Go on their games console without paying a £5 monthly fee to upgrade to Sky Go Extra.
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UK BROADCASTER Sky has began informing those who use Sky Go on games consoles, such as the Xbox 360, that from the end of next month it will no longer be free. News of the price hike was first
Following news that Sky Go will be coming this summer to PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4, Sky has revealed that from July 29th a new premium Sky Go Extra service costing £5 more each month will be required to access the service on games consoles.
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Sky won’t be allowing any New consoles on to the Sky go platform Sky go is there Mobile Platform only and there going to ignore the Xbox platform and push sky go hard for mobiles and non HDTV products.. the Xbox contract was agreed when sky go brand did not exsist as it was Sky player No new contracts will be signed with ANY console
Available at no extra cost, Sky Go allows you to watch Sky wherever you are in the UK, Ireland and the EU (from 1 April, 2018), as long as you have a Sky TV subscription.