Sky bundles Sky Q with Netflix for £25pmWednesday, March 4th, 2020
New Sky Ultimate TV – Sky TV and Netflix all in one place for £25 a month, easy
It’s now even easier to get all the entertainment you love all in one place with the launch of Sky Ultimate TV on Sky Q. A bundle that brings together every episode of the biggest Sky shows and Netflix for an unbeatable £25 a month* – you won’t find them together for less anywhere else.
That’s endless entertainment with every episode of Sky originals like Emmy award-winning Chernobyl, Catherine the Great and Brassic, classic US comedy box sets like Girls and Parks & Recreation from Sky Comedy, or Sex Education, The Witcher, Narcos: Mexico and Stranger Things on Netflix.
Not only that, but with Sky Q you can also enjoy live TV, Catch-Up TV, BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub and All 4, as well as apps like YouTube, Spotify and XITE. So, whether you want to downward dog to a yoga tutorial on YouTube, curate a 90s Spotify playlist, or create your own music video channel on XITE, you can do it all on the big screen with Sky Q.
Liz Wynn, Managing Director, Sky TV said: “With the launch of Sky Ultimate TV, all our customers will get the most talked-about shows from Sky TV and Netflix for an unbeatable £25 a month. From Save Me to The Crown, you’ll get all the episodes whenever you want them, all in one place on our award-winning Sky Q box.”
Sky Ultimate TV includes Netflix Basic but for the best experience you can upgrade to Ultra HD and Netflix Premium with our Ultra HD add-on. This gives you TV with four times more detail than HD, the widest range of Ultra HD entertainment and Netflix on four screens at the same time for just £10 extra a month.**
Watching Netflix on Sky Q couldn’t be easier, you can use voice control to “Open Netflix” and you’ll find your favourite shows on the home page, right next to everything you love from Sky. While one simple bill helps to make life a little more convenient.
2020 is set to be the biggest year ever for Sky TV, with 80 Sky originals on air and a 40% boost to US content. This includes the brand new Sky Comedy channel, with Sky Documentaries, Sky Nature and Sky History channels coming soon. Just some of the Sky originals to look out for include: action-packed thriller Gangs of London; Breeders, a parenting comedy with Martin Freeman and Daisy Haggard; Save Me Too, bold British drama from the producers of Line of Duty with Lennie James and Suranne Jones and I hate Suzie, bracing drama starring Billie Piper.
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