Sky's pay-as-you-watch streaming service, Now TV, hasn't had the best of times recently. Service blackouts at the most inopportune of moments have left Game of Thrones fans and those hoping to watch the finale of this year's Premier League season floundering -- and angry. Now TV has now issued a full apology -- and has offered its affected users a £10 voucher to seal their forgiveness.
The £10 voucher can be redeemed at a number of retailers, including Sainsbury's Asda, Argos and Amazon. It's not yet clear whether or not this is in addition to the £9.99 viewing passes the company pledged to refund or replace.
"We know NOW TV hasn't been working as it should have been recently and we're incredibly sorry for the interruptions to your viewing," NOW TV director Gidon Katz wrote in an email sent out to users.
"We want to assure you that we're working tirelessly on this complex technical issue. This is our top priority and the whole NOW TV team is focused on making sure we are doing everything we can to make things better. We're sorry for not delivering the high-quality service you rightly expect from us." [Now TV]