Sky channels have always been a little dear. Thats why I don't have the Sky Movie channels and find having Netflix better value.
Also I'm not to bothered if the likes of Sky One or Sky Living don't come to BT for again price would go up for having more Sky channels.
As I said above Sky always seem to get there own way and if they don't Sky are always the first to complain.
Sky over bid for the English premier leauge right just to stop the likes of BT gaining an extra package or two and now every customer has to suffer Skys price rises.
I just hope I don't end up having to pay Sky prices for BT TV.
IMO, this is probably the right decision, BT can dictate terms to sky, so should sky be able to for sky sports, as would be splitting open reach from BT. so someone paying talktalk or sky line rental isn't filling the coughers of BT to help pay for sport , so that money actually gets reinvested in the network.
It's time for Sky and BT to stop being boys squabbling in the playground and grow up and be men. A mutual wholesale agreement of all TV SD and HD TV services at least, Sky and BT's content fully available on both platforms. A chance to profit from customers on both platforms should be beneficial for both parties.
Sky dont even do the same with Virgin so what chance have BT got. Virgin media still dont have Sky Atlantic.
Sky have too much power, if anything they need to be split up, so their channels are seperate to their playform like BT are with their networks. BT are investing heavily into Fibre across the country.
Not whining just stating about the camera angle on 1 of the games and no films.
Strange as BT have shown more than 1 or 2 in Ultra HD.