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It is disappointing that posters seek to critise other people who give advice.
Why can I not criticise a poster that gives me advise, that is incorrect?
@NeilO gave the correct info, that it is as per the T&C of BT, which is what i was after.
Being told to just pay an extra £13 a month, just in case BT make a billing mistake, is not, in my opinion, the correct advice. Some people may be happy to throw extra money at a company, but why should I, if the T&C's state otherwise?
For information, I got my Youview+ box from my son-in-law (he had a spare after updating to UHD), I plugged it in, and my usage went from 1GB a month, to 5GB in the week before my BT TV was enabled.
The broadband usage checker also stated that as 4.8GB of my usage was through a Youview box, if i get a BT TV subscription, it would not count against my usage.
BT TV was enabled on Wednesday 10th Febraury, i didn't plug in the box they sent me, instead selecting the BT icon on the Youview+ box, and setting it up that way, then running a firmware update, all the pay channels then appeared (they weren't on the EPG originally), and i could now access BT Sport on this box.
I have used On Demand, BT Sport, Netflix, and my usage still states that i have only used 5.3GB for the month, so all is working well, and i didn't need to move onto a service that is not required, just because BT might make a billing error (if they did, I would just contact them for a refund).