UPDATED: UK telco BT has revealed that the three BT Sport channels it is launching shortly will be free for all BT broadband customers, and cost GB£ 12 (US$ 18) per month for Sky customers.
UK telco BT added 21,000 subscribers for its hybrid DTT+IP television service ‘BT Vision’ in the second quarter of this year to reach a total of 728,000 customers – fewer than the previous quarter, though the pace of additions is expected to pick up again once its new football-focused channel arrives next year.
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