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Standard User Davey_H
(newbie) Wed 30-Apr-14 14:34:16
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BT Sport remains free for another season


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For new and recontracting b/band subscribers

http://sport.bt.com/sportfootball/football/bt-sport-...
Standard User Oliver341
(eat-sleep-adslguide) Wed 30-Apr-14 18:42:56
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Re: BT Sport remains free for another season


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Yikes, yet another re-contract offer from BT. Sits alongside other fixed-term offers like Line Rental Saver and BT Privacy. Its probably normal to have about 5 different term end dates with BT these days, unless maybe one pays for each service in the interim before re-contracting all the different offers on the same date.

Messy.

Oliver.
Standard User MCM
(fountain of knowledge) Wed 30-Apr-14 18:52:10
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What's needed is a discount for those that have no interest in BT Sport.


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Administrator MrSaffron
(staff) Wed 30-Apr-14 18:54:02
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PlusNet?

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Standard User MCM
(fountain of knowledge) Wed 30-Apr-14 19:20:06
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PlusNet?
Indeed (my current ISP) but not all BT users want BT Sport and may not wish to change their ISP. What next will BT require their customers to pay for regardless of whether they want it or not? And no, I don't include line rental here since the "line" is an essential part of the connection
Standard User BatBoy
(legend) Wed 30-Apr-14 19:28:21
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Erm, BT Sport is free with BT Broadband. If you don't want it, a) they can't force you to watch, b) join another ISP.


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Standard User trolleybus
(committed) Wed 30-Apr-14 19:48:19
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In reply to a post by BatBoy:
Erm, BT Sport is free with BT Broadband. If you don't want it, a) they can't force you to watch, b) join another ISP.

Or move to BT Business where it is not available!
Standard User MCM
(fountain of knowledge) Wed 30-Apr-14 23:39:23
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In reply to a post by BatBoy:
Erm, BT Sport is free with BT Broadband. If you don't want it, a) they can't force you to watch, b) join another ISP.
As is often the case it appears that you simply don't understand the question. You are however correct in that b) is the only option at present but that loses BT customers (as I guess does its Indian Call Centre) which I would have thought is something that BT would prefer to avoid.
Standard User BatBoy
(legend) Thu 01-May-14 07:15:21
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I think in this case it is you who can't grasp the meaning of the word "free".


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Standard User Chrysalis
(legend) Thu 01-May-14 07:33:01
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What's needed is a discount for those that have no interest in BT Sport.


wont happen officially as then the "free of charge comes into dispute". unofficially via retention deals? who knows.

BT are so addicted to long term contracts have they really spent billions on rights just to make customers recontract? seems a bit excessive.

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