Probably get a more rounded group of responses in GC than elsewhere, so this is the deal.... Sky TV, Broadband (which is flakey to say the least), all calls including international calls (important) plus my BT line rental comes to £66.00/month give or take a couple of quid. That doesn't include any Sports or Movie packages, and considering we watch hardly any live TV, mainly from the planner I thought about switching to BT with a view of getting Infinity when it arrives next year. BT have costed a comparable package, including BT Sports (if I keep my old Sky box) @ £15.45 (i.e. just the line rental) for the 1st x 6 months + £5.50 for international calls and then £31.45 from month 7 plus £5.50 for overseas calls. Even from month 7 its going to under £37.00/month which combined with the fact we stream a lot from Hulu, Netflix etc seems like a true bargain. Oh and a £25.00 Sainsbury's voucher, apparently. Where's the catch and what I have missed? The other option is to just pay the BT line rental every month and stick to Freesat. Thoughts gents?