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BT to offer 3 months free BT Sport

Tuesday, January 19th 2016 by Cable.co.uk

BT is offering new broadband and mobile customers free access to BT Sport for the first three months of their contract.

BT is offering new broadband and mobile customers free access to BT Sport for the first three months of their contract.

From Wednesday 20 January, new subscribers will be able to watch all four BT Sport channels (BT Sport 1, BT Sport 2, BT Sport Europe and BT Sport ESPN) free of charge. The channels usually cost £5 a month.

Free BT Sport was previously only offered with BT TV packages. It's available to new broadband and mobile customers for a limited time only.

BT Sport is available on a 12-month contract. However, new customers who subscribe to a 12-month BT broadband contract can take the sport channels on a 30-day rolling contract if they prefer.

Existing broadband customers can also get BT Sport contract-free if they are signing up to BT Sport on the app and online for the first time.

To keep BT Sport on a monthly basis you must continue to renew your broadband or TV package contract.

BT Sport is the only place you can watch live coverage of the UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League. The service also hosts live Barclays Premier League games, The FA Cup, Aviva Premiership Rugby, MotoGP and UFC, among other sports.

Free prepaid Mastercards

BT is also bringing back free prepaid credit cards for customers who sign up to certain broadband bundles online.

The Mastercard prepaid cards will have either a £75 or £125 value, dependent on the package purchased, and will be available until midnight on 3 February.

The provider’s Janaury sale offers are still running and include unlimited broadband with unlimited weekend calls for £7.50 per month and unlimited Infinity 1 broadband with unlimited weekend calls for £12.50 per month.

Both offers do not include line rental (£17.99 per month) and will end on 27 January.

All BT broadband packages include a Home Hub 4 router, 5GB cloud storage, online security and access to the BT SmartTalk app.

Last week BT made headlines when its £12.5bn merger with mobile network EE was given the green light by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA). The deal will make BT the country’s biggest fixed line and mobile provider.

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