Sky's subscription-free Now TV service will go up in price next month.
The monthly Movies and Entertainment passes will increase by £1 and £2 respectively. That means from October 16th, the Movies Pass will cost £9.99 a month, while the Entertainment Pass will set you back £6.99 a month.
The Entertainment Pass gives you access to Sky 1, Sky Atlantic, and Sky Living, with shows currently on offer including 'Boardwalk Empire' and 'The Walking Dead'.
The current pricing structure was always described as an introductory offer. Indeed, the tariff was meant to go up in May, but rather than risk the ire of 'Game of Thrones' fans who were unable to stream the opener to season four, Sky postponed the price hike.
The Sky Sports Pass will still cost £6.99 a day and £10.99 a week until November 27th. After then, the previous day price of £9.99 is expected to return.
Now TV recently arrived on Google Chromecast, meaning you can watch every Premier League fixture using Google's streaming dongle.