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Transform your television with a NOW TV set top box Smart Stick. Simply plug it in, connect to WiFi, sign in and you’re away. Watch on your terms with a choice of passes to suit every interest.

Rather than a traditional bulky set top box, NOW TV gives you a clever little stick – but don’t be fooled by its size. This handily small device packs in plenty of power, giving you access to a world of box sets, sports and films. You’ll also get a remote to make it super-simple to navigate your way around the on-screen menus. It even works with Voice Search, so you don’t have to lift a finger – just tell it what you want to watch. Magic.

Stuck on sport? Mad about movies? Entertainment enthusiast? Choose the NOW TV set top box option that suits you with our selection of pre-loaded passes. Fancy all 11 Sky Sports channels? You got it. Film fans – get access to more than 1,000 movies with the Cinema Pass. If you can’t choose, don’t sweat it – with a NOW TV All-in-One set top box you can have it all with a great-value pass that includes over 300 box sets and catch-up TV like BBC iPlayer as well as sports and cinema.

It’s as easy as 1-2-3 to get started. 1. Plug your Smart Stick into your TV’s HDMI port and connect it to the power adaptor. 2. Pop the AA batteries into the remote. 3. Select the HDMI input on your telly, make sure you’re connected to your wireless network, and sign in. You don’t even need a television, as the NOW TV Smart Stick is compatible with plenty of other devices too, including select smartphones, tablets, laptops, desktops and consoles.

Want even more ways to enjoy entertainment? Check out more set top boxes from the likes of Manhattan , Panasonic and Roku .

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