Sky launches NOW TV for the Irish market

The on-demand service allows you to buy daily or monthly passes

Sky launches NOW TV for the Irish market

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A new TV supplier is entering the Irish market.

NOW TV is an online streaming service without a contractIt is designed to suit the varying ways people watch TV.

The system works on a series of passes, such as the Entertainment Month Pass which offers TV shows over 250 box sets on demand.

A  Sky Cinema Month Pass offers users films, while a Sky Sports Pass gives access to sports like GAA All-Ireland Senior Championship.

The new service is available to anyone in Ireland with an internet connection, and is supported on multiple devices.

It  is also available to watch on a TV through the NOW TV box - with a two-month Entertainment or Cinema bundle - for €40 at leading retailers from the end of May.

Customers can also start a 14-day free trial on either the Entertainment or Sky Cinema Pass bundle.

Ann-Marie MacKay is sales and marketing director, with Sky and NOW TV Ireland.

"NOW TV has arrived for customers looking for a no strings relationship with their TV.

"Customers simply sign up, choose a pass and start streaming on whatever device they want."

TV3 is on the system through its 3Player, while RTÉ and TG4 are not currently available.

But a spokesperson for Sky confirmed they are looking at including the RTÉ Player in the near future.

The on-demand service is owned by Sky plc. More information can be found here.