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m00sey
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ESPN in non infinity area

Ive been told with my BT Vision box i will be able to get the BT Sport channels with a card (which will be sent nearer launch).


Is anyone in the same position and do you know if ESPN will either be available too and also will ESPN have any football on it!?

 

Thanks

Darren

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Re: ESPN in non infinity area

If you're getting BT Sport via the aerial, ESPN will only be available online but you should be able to watch on your TV via a computer. Further info here.

 

There will be 25 FA Cup matches and Europa League coverage on ESPN.

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andy_247
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Re: ESPN in non infinity area

This whole thing about ESPN only being available online to customers in non-infinity areas still seems a bit strange to me - especially as some of the best rights BT now hold are on ESPN (FA Cup/Europa League). I think they'll be a whole chunk of customers who have signed u not quite realising this, who will be a bit pee'd off! In this respect, having just ESPN previously is actually better than having BT Sport 1, BT Sport 2 and ESPN currently!

 

(not that it effects me as I'm on Infinity 🙂 )

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tellboy
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Re: ESPN in non infinity area

 

 

Does anyone know what happens to channel 34 in August?

 

All the best

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Re: ESPN in non infinity area


tellboy wrote:

Does anyone know what happens to channel 34 in August?


It's owned by Top Up TV, who are still advertising it for ESPN and don't seem to have said anything about the future.

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