People who frequently use NOW TV to gain access to some of the country's biggest sporting events without the need for a Sky Sports subscription may be wondering how the broadcaster's upcoming revamp of this service will affect them.
Sky has now sought to answer some of these questions, and the good news for NOW TV users is they will still be able to enjoy all the top-quality sport they love for no extra cost.
Sky Sports recently revealed that it is expanding its lineup of sports services to ten channels, as well as rebranding its channel names to remove the 1-5 numbering. Instead, viewers will now be able to choose from channels including Sky Sports Premier League, Sky Sports Football, Sky Sports Golf and Sky Sports Cricket.
While users of Sky's subscription services will be able to pick and choose which channels they want to pay for - or opt for a bundle deal that includes all the available options - NOW TV users will be able to gain access to all services as part of their Sky Sports Pass.
There will be no increase in prices for these passes, which means a Day Pass will therefore continue to cost £6.99, while a Week Pass remains at £10.99 and a Month Pass £33.99.
This gives people great flexibility to pay for only the specific events they wish to enjoy. When the revamp takes place from the 18th July, NOW TV customers buying a Sky Sports Pass will see their number of channels increase from seven to ten. The full list of new and renamed channels is: Sky Sports Main Event Sky Sports Premier League Sky Sports Football Sky Sports Cricket Sky Sports Golf Sky Sports F1 Sky Sports Action Sky Sports Arena Sky Sports News Sky Sports Mix