When it is an off-day or just a normal Sunday, you like to sit at home and relax. But just sitting idle won’t work. You need something to distract yourself from the boredom. Well then OTT platforms can be very helpful for you. Well, when you talk about OTT platforms, a lot of names come up in your mind. But in the best of the best list, one is Peacock TV. Peacock TV has huge collection of shows and movies from NBCUniversal and definitely can be one of your best choices to beat the boredom out of you.
Peacock TV was launched by NBCUniversal and it offers thousands of hours of content and programming for free. There are two more options for customers who want to spend some extra cash for getting access to extra shows, movies and original content. The service is not available through a local cable provider. It is NBCUniversal’s way to reach out to cord-cutters at an affordable price. The service has three different tiers – free, Premium and Premium Plus.
The free tier includes advertising. Peacock Premium also includes advertising where you can access the huge library of shows, movies, live sports and daily news. The Peacock Premium Plus offers content without advertising except a few that will show advertisements because of streaming rights.
But still the sign-in process of Peacock TV has been facing some issues and that has been a reason of irritation for many users. A user said that he has been using the Flex device but when he tries to sign in, the device hangs. Other users said that they were thrown out of the sign in page when they tried to complete the process. Some thought that this might be a network issue but their data connection or Wi-Fi were working properly. Well, if you are facing the same kind of issue, you can follow these steps and try to fix it by yourself –
- Update the browser or the operating system.
- Try to sign in from a different browser or any other connected device.
- You might be using an old version of the app. If yes, update it to the latest version.
- Clear the data of the app and try to sign-in again.