Folks - I currently am a BT Sport subscriber accessing the service through my Sky Q box. I also have 2 EE max mobile phone plans. As far as I know, both of these routes give me access to BT sport via a phone or tablet etc. I am in the process of renewing the mobiles and am considering downgrading to the EE essential plan which does not include access to the BT sport app. However, if I downgrade to essential as far as I can tell, the fact that I am still a BT sport subscriber (via sky) still gives me access/viewing on mobile devices through the BT sport app. Am I correct on the last point? In addition, how many mobile devices can be logged into the BT sport app (via sky) to view at the same time? The website says " You can access the BT Sport App and online player on as many supported devices as you like, but you can only watch two streams at the same time." - does the two streams bit mean unlimited users can watch (up to 2 different channels/streams) at the same time or does it only mean up to 2 users can watch any/one programme at one time? Hopefully i have explained myself correctly
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Your BT Sport on Sky allows you to watch on a Sky box, through the mobile app and your version supports casting, you can also watch online through your browser at www.btsport.com
2 streams is at once, on 2 different devices at the same time.
You, your wife, your son and the cat can all have it installed on your phones for example, only 2 of you can watch at the same time, that's what it refers to with as many devices installed but 2 streams at once.