There are a variety of BT Sport packages available to new and existing customers, designed to accommodate a variety or viewing habits. These range from low cost, stripped down deals that allow customers access to the core features, to the technologically advanced BT Sport Ultra HD channel, the first ultra HD channel in the United Kingdom with a resolution supposedly four times stronger than regular HD.
To find out about the prices of subscribing to each service, you can call our BT Sport Contact Number. Their customer service team can explain the various payment plans involved with each package, helping you to find the lowest price for the package you’d like.
The BT Sport Pack
The BT Sport Pack features a total of 8 channels, it is the standard version of the BT Sport package. The 8 channels included in this pack are BT Sport 1, BT Sport 2, BT Sport Europe, BT Sport ESPN, and an HD version of those four channels.
These channels broadcast a variety of sports, including football, from the Premiership and Champions League to the end to end action of the Conference, or National League as it is now known.
Other sports include Rugby Union, UFC and Tennis, with a couple of American Sports thrown in for good measure. People interested in watching others drive can also see MotoGP and the World Rally Championships.
The BT Sport pack can be watched on the Sky Digital Satellite Platform, on BT TV and on the BT Sport app and online player. The BT Sport Pack is free to all BT TV customers and £19.99 per month for Sky TV customers.
BT Sport Lite
BT Sport Lite is a package available to BT Broadband customers who do not want to join BT TV. BT Sport Lite costs £5 per month, giving access to BT Sport 1. This channel broadcasts Premier League football, Aviva Premiership Rugby Union and the Scottish Premier League.
For sports fans that are not interested in the other sports offered by BT Sport, this package is very useful, cutting costs when purchased in conjunction with your BT Broadband subscription.