Samuel Gibbs Consumer technology editor Mon 13 Jul 2020 07.00 BST Last modified on Mon 13 Jul 2020 07.02 BST Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share via Email The choice of how you get your TV and movies in the UK has exploded in recent years, with a growing number of premium pay-TV providers and streaming services available at a wide range of prices. Many of them have long contracts, exclusive content and complicated bundled pricing. And that’s before you work out how to actually get it to your television, whether it is live broadcast TV via the traditional routes of aerial, satellite or cable, new offerings of streaming live TV over the internet, on-demand download or streaming services, or a mix of all three. All of which makes choosing the right one for you a bit of a minefield of information overload. To help you pick the best pay-TV or streaming service for your needs, wants and budget, here’s a guide covering all the options from Sky Q to Netflix and everything in between. This Guardian buyer’s guide to UK pay-TV and streaming services was last updated on 13 July 2020, and represents the best available and tested at the… Read full this story
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