Bradders wrote: Martin Shaw wrote: DAVE H wrote: Martin Shaw wrote:
Bradders wrote:I'll be in France for this match, but I believe that a Now TV pass is available which might allow me to stream the match from any other EU country as long as I've used Now TV previously in the UK and as long as I bought the pass in the UK beforehand.
Does anyone have any experience of this? I think it's fair to assume that Br*x*t won't happen by then (if ever - I booked the trip last year based on this assumption).
You are not able to watch sky go outside the UK. I've tried and was not able to. It would be surprising if it was a different rule for Now tv, but I have never used that, so you could be right.
You can now watch sky go abroad including France ,i have watched sky sports in spain recently on sky go , if you go on sky it will tell you which countries are available ,
excellent, that's great thanks.
Details here: https://www.sky.com/help/articles/strea ... -in-the-eu
I don't subscribe to Sky but you can pay for a one off match on Now TV. I was just wondering if anyone had tried it. https://help.nowtv.com/article/can-i-watch-now-tv-abroad
Yes, I did a dry run on Sunday in preparation for next Monday.
First, you have to create an account.
You can then get a 24 hour pass for £8.99 and when you purchase you then have to go to the "Watch Now" screen and click on the feed that you want. It asks you if you have their player already or if you need to download it (which takes just a few seconds) and then the player shows you what you've just selected...Simples.
Only downside is you can't pause the stream so if Martins' commo on iFollow is out of sync with what your seeing, you can't match them up. On the positive side, I watched Chelsea v Wolves and it was top quality HD and full screen. If you have the software you can cast it to your telly and it's time for beer and pringles! Plus you get another 22 & 1/2 hours to fill your boots with all things Sky Sports.