BT starts offering Sky Sports 1 and 2 on YouView

Tuesday 16 December 2014 | 14:12 CET | News
BT TV has started offering Sky Sports 1 and 2 on its YouView internet TV boxes, following its successful application for interim relief at the Competition Appeal Tribunal. Sky Sports 1 and 2 will join the existing offering on YouView of BT Sport, ESPN and the Eurosport channels. BT announced that it can now stop selling the Vision+ STBs, which it had continued to sell to BT customers who wanted to view Sky Sports. BT will offer the two Sky sports channels for GBP 22 a month, or individually for GBP 16.50. Customers can opt in and out with 30 days' notice. Existing BT customers who already pay

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Companies: BT / Sky / YouView
Countries: United Kingdom
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