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Sky is broadening its on demand service Sky Anytime by signing deals with Warner Bros and Paramount. This means you’ll now be able to pluck movi

Sky is broadening its on demand service Sky Anytime by signing deals with Warner Bros and Paramount. This means you’ll now be able to pluck movie content from all six major studios.

Sky customers who already have the premium movie packages will get between 400 and 500 films for free, while everyone else, including those of us not in the Sky camp, can buy a selection of recent films from Sky Box Office for £3.95 a pop.

The new web-based application means that you can buy movies at work and have them downloading ready for when you get home.

Movies will only work with one computer, mind so no distributing Mission: Impossible 3 or Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire hither and thither.

Sky is also rolling out an impressive array of TV content from its Sport, Entertainment and Documentary channels from £1 for keepses.

We hope Sky will eventually let everyone get their hands on their back catalogue of movies. Including Mac users, please.

Sky Anytime

Price: £3.95 per movie

On sale: Now

Contact: Sky Anytime