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BT Sport pay monthly pass launches

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Written by: Paloma Kubiak
12/12/2019
BT has launched a no-contract pass allowing fans to watch BT Sport channels for a flexible £25 a month fee.

The BT Sport Monthly Pass allows people to pay on a month-by-month basis, giving fans access to the following channels: BT Sport 1, BT Sport 2, BT Sport 3, BT Sport ESPN, BT Sport Ultimate and the BT Sport Extra channels.

Customers can watch every UEFA Champions League match, weekly live clashes from the Premier League, action from the Gallagher Premiership Rugby every weekend, Saturday night boxing and more with the pass.

Content can be viewed on the BT Sport app on Apple and Android mobiles, online via btsport.com, Sony PlayStation 4, Apple TV, Samsung smart TVs, Xbox One and Chromecast.

Previously, only BT TV or BT broadband customers could access BT Sport.

Pete Oliver, managing director, marketing for BT’s consumer division, said: “BT Sport Monthly Pass means that customers can sign up on a flexible monthly basis for the first time and make the most of all the fantastic live sport that we have to offer.

“And with BT Sport Ultimate included, we’re giving customers the very best possible viewing experience. Monthly Pass forms part of BT’s ambition to offer BT Sport customers’ unrivalled choice and the highest quality broadcasts on even more devices and platforms.”

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