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Now TV New Frequency 2021

Now TV New Frequency 2021 on Apstar 6C at 134.0°E

Now TV (also stylised as now TV) is a pay-TV service provider in Hong Kong operated by PCCW Media Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of PCCW. Launched on 26 September 2003, its TV signal is transmitted with IPTV technology through HKT’s fixed broadband network.

It provides 197 TV channels including 176 channels branded under now TV (32 channels in HD), 21 channels from TVB Network Vision (1 channel in HD), and over 30 video on demand categories.

Now TV is the largest pay-TV operator in Hong Kong in terms of number of subscribers, number of channels, number of HD channels and quantity of VOD contents. The word “Now” is abbreviated from “Network Of the World”.

Now TV New Frequency 2021

Channel Name : Now TV
Satellite : Apstar 6C at 134.0°E
Freq : 12515
Polarization : V
Symbol Rate : 27500
Fec : 3/4
Language : Eng
Update : 2021

Now TV (stylised as NOW TV) is a subscription over-the-top internet television service operated by British satellite television provider Sky. Launched in the United Kingdom in 2012, the service is now also available in the Republic of Ireland, Italy, Germany (where it operates as Sky Ticket), and arguably to some extent in Austria (where elements like online account management support the Sky X service). The service was also available in Spain, marketed as Sky, between 2017 and 2020.

Now TV offers both live streaming and video-on-demand without a contract. The service offers “passes” for different content, with a monthly fee on a pay-as-you-go basis. Differing passes offer films, sports and entertainment from Sky such as those from Sky Atlantic and Sky Cinema, and both British and American licensed third-parties such as Fox.[1] The service is available to consumers through retail Roku-based Now TV digital media players (in both set-top box and HDMI dongle form factors) as well as via an app on computers, various mobile devices, some game consoles and set-top boxes. It is separate from and not viewable via Sky’s digital satellite television service Sky Q, or through the Sky Go Internet service.

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