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BT to charge for BT Sport

BT is set to start charging its customers to access BT Sport. The move comes as part of a wider set of prices increases by the company, and will mean that, from 1 August this

BT is set to start charging its customers to access BT Sport.

The move comes as part of a wider set of prices increases by the company, and will mean that, from 1 August this year, customers will have to pay £3.50 per month to access BT Sport.

BT broadband customers who want to watch BT Sport on a Sky Box will have to pay £7.50 per month – an increase of £1.50. Meanwhile, non-BT Broadband customers who watch BT Sport on their Sky Box will see their monthly charge go up by £1 to £22.99.

BT broadband-only customers who watch BT Sport via the dedicated BT Sport app will still have to pay £5 per month to do so.

BT’s fibre and call plans will also see small cost increases.

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