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Now TV gets Windows 8.1 streaming support

Now TV has just announced support for Windows 8.1, bringing the streaming service’s roster of supported devices up to a total of 60.

The move comes just in time for your festive TV binge session, and boasts a number of seasonal hits including Frozen, Elf, and Home Alone.

Gidon Katz, Director of Now TV, said: “We’re excited to launch on Windows 8.1, giving customers yet another platform to watch Now TV this Christmas.

All devices running Windows 8.1 will be eligible to access Now TV, be it a PC, laptop, or tablet.

Amongst Now TV’s notable programming inclusions are all seven Sky Sports channels and 13 of what it claims are ‘the best pay TV channels.’

Read More: Windows 10 preview

The cheapest Now TV package prices up at £6.99 a month and gives access to a host of TV shows and channels, as well as box sets like True Detective, An Idiot Abroad, and Game of Thrones.

There’s also the Sky Movies Month Pass, which proffers upwards of 1000 movies for £9.99 a month.

Finally, sports fans can bag the Sky Sports Day Pass, which gives 24 hours of Sky Sports access for £6.99, with an option to buy the week pass for £10.99 instead.

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