May 26, 2013

BT Sport will be on Virgin Media, but pricing and HD details still to be confirmed

From Virgin Media:
Get ready to experience the awesomeness of BT Sport when it launches on Virgin Media this summer. You’ll have access to some of the biggest games and matches on the planet:
  • 38 live Barclays Premier League football
  • Hundreds of top-flight football matches from Italy, France and Brazil
  • Exclusive Aviva Premiership rugby matches
  • Women's Tennis Association matches from 21 tournaments
  • 2013/14 FA Cup
  • Clydesdale Bank Scottish Premier League
  • UEFA Europa League
  • German Bundesliga
Along with fantastic sports action from across the pond with NCAA College Basketball, NCAA College Football and NASCAR.
Jake Humphrey will anchor Barclays Premier League coverage, Lawrence Dallaglio will be the leading rugby union expert, and Clare Balding will have a weekly show. They'll also be joined by some of sport's biggest names.
The big day is coming, be the first to get BT Sport on Virgin Media.
 (Thanks David)

6 comments:

Bill Hemmett said...

I pay enough for my sport and only get two sky sports channels in HD it should work on the same basis of ESPN it's part if your xp package if it isn'ti shall not be paying extra for it

Darren Taylor said...

I agree with Bill i pay more than enough for sport as it is. If it's not going to be a part of the XL package i will not be paying for it.

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Greig Byrne said...

I haven't got the sports channels so I'm pretty keen on finding out the prices for this.

Hillers said...

I'm certainly not paying additional fee for BT Sports. Only way I could get Sky sports & ESPN (only for the rugby) was to pay for XL package, which considering I only watch some sport and freeview channels seems like a lot of money. Broadband is OK but will investigate cost of changing over to BT for everything as I'll need a new phone line anyway.

Joe said...

I have just recieved this email,


Thanks for registering to get the latest on BT Sport.

At the moment we're still talking with BT about how we can make the BT Sport package available to you when it launches this summer.

As soon as we have any news, we'll let you know here.

Don't forget that you can still watch ESPN* on channel 529 and in HD+ on channel 530 until 31st July.

And in the meantime, British Eurosport^ will keep you captivated with the Tour de France in July, as well as bringing you extensive coverage of the Athletics World Championship from Moscow and Vuelta a Espana in August.

Kind regards,

The Virgin Media team

Doesn't look like we'll be getting BT Sport in time for the start of the season.