Netflix is ​​now an integral part of Sky

Sky and Netflix are expanding their cooperation: Netflix is ​​now an integral part of the new Sky Ultimate TV entry-level offering.

The new package Sky Ultimate TV will replace the two packages Entertainment Plus and Entertainment after a transitional phase (DIGITAL FERNSEHEN reported on all the details). The pay TV provider announced this at the end of October. All Sky Q customers in Germany and Austria should be able to enjoy the latest and greatest series from Sky and a wide range of international and local entertainment from Netflix from a single source dhe provider.

Sky Ultimate TV includes full access to the Netflix basic subscription including films, children’s programs, documentaries and series such as “Sex Education” and “Squid Game”. In addition, Sky Ultimate TV offers the linear Sky program variety with 27 premium channels, thousands of series, documentaries, shows and Sky originals such as “Das Boot”, “Der Pass”, “The Ibiza Affair” and future highlights such as “The Wasp”.

This is what Netflix integration offers

Furthermore, the integration of Netflix on Sky Q makes it easier to discover program highlights. Recommendations for the streaming service are displayed, among other things, on the Sky Q home page, as well as in the series and films areas. The content of the platform is also integrated into the Sky Q search.

For 20 euros per month, customers get the new Ultimate TV package including Netflix and Sky Q. An upgrade to the standard or premium subscription is also possible. However, this can also be removed at any time during the term of the Sky Ultimate TV contract. A Sky Q receiver is required to use Sky Ultimate TV. Customers with an existing Netflix subscription can easily connect their account to Sky Ultimate TV and continue to use their profile. Sky Ultimate TV customers can also use the streaming service on all commonly supported devices.

Source: Sky Germany

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