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You can now access Sky's Now TV streaming service through the EE TV set-top box. Sky's service goes live on the box today, so if you haven't already, fire it up and start looking for Now TV.

As on the Now TV Box, you can buy monthly subscriptions or daily or weekly passes to get your entertainment fix. These passes are the same as usually offered. The Entertainment Month Pass costs £6.99 and gives you access to box sets like 'Mad Men' and 'Downton Abbey', plus other pay channels like Sky Atlantic and Sky 1.

Sky Sports can be had on a Day Pass for £6.99, or a Week Pass for £10.99. You get all seven channels, and access to some of the top sporting events in the world including the ICC Cricket World Cup and US Open Golf.

The Sky Movies Month Pass costs £9.99 and gives you all 11 Sky Movies channels. This includes over 1,000 movies on-demand and up to 16 pemieres a month.

EE TV already has access to over 70 Freeview channels – 13 of which are in HD – and 18 on-demand apps. Though as we found in our review, some obvious candidates like 4oD and ITV Player are missing. More partners will come on board soon, EE says.

"We've developed the EE TV service so that exciting new content and services can be regularly added to enhance our customers' home TV viewing experiences," said Pippa Dunn, chief marketing officer of EE TV. "The Now TV app is a great addition to our current content line-up – providing customers with opportunities to watch some of the world's most popular TV series, live sports action and international movie blockbusters."

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