BT

BT Sport’s new service is two and a half years old, with the channel continuing to expand its portfolio of motor sport. There are several options currently to watch BT Sport, which are as follows:

BSkyB (source)
– BT Sport is free if you have BT Broadband
– BT Sport is £13.50 a month if you do not have BT Broadband
– BT Sport HD is an extra £3.00 a month

BT TV
– BT Sport is free to BT Infinity customers (source)
– BT Sport is free if you have BT Broadband (source)
– BT Sport HD is an extra £3.00 a month

Virgin Media (source)
– BT Sport is free with the TV XL package
– BT Sport is otherwise £15.00 a month

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13 thoughts on “BT

  1. I don’t think ou have to pay £5 for BT TV. But you do have to pay for line rental of course.

    And you don’t necessarily need Infinity – it is available via an aerial with a viewing card and compatible box. Or you can get it via tablet/mobile/online with any BT Broadband package.

  2. Online BT Sport Player and on their app is free for all BT Broadband customers. Also, they haven’t rolled out their Infinity package across the entire UK yet, meaning not everybody can apply for BT Infinity. Their fibre optic BT Infinity service should cover 90% of the country by 2017.

  3. Is it confirmed that BT Sport/ESPN will have NASCAR Sprint Cup highlights again for 2015, then? I hope so!

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