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BT offers free TV to bundle Customers


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At least the Vision Essential element

BT has announced that it is to offer free BT Vision Essential to customers signing up to its TV, broadband and calls package. The package normally costs £17 per month, but the price is being reduced to £13 for a limited time, with the £4 per month Vision Essentials element offered for free.

BT Vision Essential gives customers up to 50 Freeview television and 20 radio channels as standard and lets them pause, record and rewind live TV. Customers can also use catch up services from BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and Channel 5. Customers may also, on a pay for view-basis, watch thousands of US and UK TV shows, and films (including HD), kids' shows, music videos, and sport on demand. BT Vision also offers Sky Sports 1 and Sky Sports 2 plus ESPN and films in HD and 3D.

The package includes BT Total Broadband Option 1, which offers free unlimited BT Wi-fi to take with you to more than four million UK hotspots , the BT Home Hub, BT Family Protection software and calls to a 24/7 helpline at no extra cost. The package’s calling plan offers unlimited evening and weekend UK calls, plus calls to 0845 and 0870 numbers.


Alex Green, TV Commercial and Product director, BT Vision, said: “BT Vision is the fastest-growing digital TV service in the UK because it gives viewers exactly what they want: great TV, film and sport when it’s convenient for them to watch. We’re delighted to offer it free for a limited period so that even more people can see what they’ve been missing.”

Customers can find out more at BT TV, broadband and phone packages with great deals on BT Vision


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