Sky Movies customers can now download films to their laptop, tablet or smartphone to watch on the move with Sky Go Extra.
They also get the chance to watch Sky Movies and Sky TV on more devices (up to four).
Sky Go Extra allows you to download movies and selected TV shows to your device so you can take them with you wherever you go, in the UK, Ireland or abroad and watch them offline.
So now you can download films and take them with you on holiday or on the train or bus and watch even when you don’t have a 3G or Wifi connection.
Once you’ve downloaded a film you have 30 days to watch it, and once you’ve started watching you have 48 hours to finish, so you can pick it up and put it down over the course of a couple of days if you need to.
And you can download the same film twice if you don't get round to seeing it the first time.
Blockbusters such as Total Recall, The Bourne Legacy, Avengers Assemble and Dr Seuss' The Lorax are all available for download through the service, alongside a huge library of Disney titles and the entire James Bond film catalogue, containing all 22 official Bond films - with Skyfall soon to come.
All titles are available exclusively to Sky Movies subscribers and will not be available on any other online movies subscription service for a least a year after they first appear on Sky Movies.
Sky Go Extra costs £5 (or €6) per month. Sky Go (streaming service on two devices) remains free to all Sky TV customers.
To register, customers can either go online to skygo.com, call one of our call centres or go to their local Sky Retail Store.
They will need to download the latest version of Sky Go for free from the app store to access the new functionality once they are registered.
Head to www.skygo.com for more information.