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GavWillBee
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BT TV - Is it a good deal ?

My contract with BT is set to expire and I find the "new'' offering confusing.   Currently I get HD and BT sport FoC.   It seems I have to pay more -but for what?     Is NOW TV an add on that you have to pay for?   I get a month pass about twice a year.     How do I contact BT to get clarity?   Advice is needed.

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Re: BT TV - Is it a good deal ?

Whether it's a good deal or not is somewhat subjective, goto TV & Broadband Packages | Cheap Broadband and TV Deals | BT to make up your own mind

GavWillBee
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Re: BT TV - Is it a good deal ?

I have BT broadband (about time that a fibre solution was delivered here). The TV package seems to be itemised and comes with many stations that I would never look at (I have had BT TV for 2 years) but I really am not comfortable with the itemised offering and that it seems difficult to speak to anyone
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Re: BT TV - Is it a good deal ?

The latest BT TV offering is based on reselling NowTV and adding a few BT channels (BT Sport & AMC), the actual channels that you get depends on your choice of package. You can also connect a Freeview aerial directly to the BT supplied box so all of your TV content is in one place. 

You can see which channels are in each package by clicking on the "See Details" button on the site I linked you to earlier.

From my own perspective the Entertainment Package (the cheapest one) is good value for money, not so much for its' live content, more because of the box sets