Sky News Update: Sky Bond with Movies Sky are striving to broaden their customer appeal and one key way they’re doing this is through the expansion in the number of movies they offer. It is a known fact that Sky Movies are often a little behind their competitors when it comes to the screening of new movies so in order to keep their costs down but attract more customers they are offering a new type of on demand service. All credit to Sky in terms of the markets they have chosen – timeless ones. By opting to have a catalogue of Disney and now James Bond movies, Sky are ensuring that their product is not a novelty. “Sky Movies customers can feel shaken and stirred whenever they like because every Bond adventure from Dr No to Quantum of Solace is available on demand. And from July the record-breaking, BAFTA-winning, 23rd film in the franchise, Skyfall, is showing on Sky Premiere and on demand. Through your Sky HD+ box, PC and many mobile devices, you can see Messrs Connery, Lazenby, Moore, Dalton, Brosnan and Craig do Ian Fleming proud and give their all for Queen and country in the greatest action series of them all. You can even catch two unofficial Bond outings: 1967's Casino Royale and Never Say Never Again. What's more, the entire Bond series is available to watch while you're on the move via Sky Go, Sky’s award-winning multi-platform TV service available across PC, Mac, laptop, iPhone, iPad and Android phones. Customers who subscribe to Sky Movies via NOW TV, the internet TV service powered by Sky, will also be able to enjoy 007 on demand” This new service from Sky, which is also accessible via the SkyGo service is appealing to all Sky customers because it eliminates the need to organise yourself prior to travel. Despite the best of intentions, holidaying almost always includes watching a bit of TV to unwind after an eventful day, or indeed if the rain makes an appearance and you need to entertain the kids - this option allows you to watch a brilliant film at the touch of a button. Between Disney and Bond you should be able to please everybody! This article was originally found on the Sky website. For more information on any of the products that Sky deliver, including upgrading your current Sky subscription to include Sky Movies and these new services either visit Sky online or alternatively use the Sky contact number to contact their customer service department and speak to one of their friendly and helpful employees.
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