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BT Basic its cheap line rental £5.10 a month for ppl on certain benefits £15.30 every three month's that includes £4.50 for calls

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BT Basic is a simple, low-cost telephone service that's easy to understand and helps you keep in touch, even if money is a bit tight. If you're on a low income, BT Basic lets you make and receive call… Read More
BT Basic is a simple, low-cost telephone service that's easy to understand and helps you keep in touch, even if money is a bit tight. If you're on a low income, BT Basic lets you make and receive call…
SixtyFive Avatar2m, 3d agoFound 2 months, 3 days ago33 Comments
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Bilbo1968
I have a business that I've built up over 20 years I wouldnt even like to think the amount of hours I've worked. I'm reasonably successful. You seem to know all about the the benefit system and you probably use it and abuse it. But I think that people like you are ruining this country. As for sparking out someone you sound like a typical armchair warrior yob. Don't bother replying with your righteous outrage because I really don't care.


Have to be a special kind of stupid to think a private company - BT is doing something bad by allowing poorer people access to a phone line.
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djames108
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shatteredpaul
why is it that it is allways for people on benefits.like free boilers,thats why this country
is on it knees,you can get this this and this only if your on benefits,so wrong
Why is it people who own there own homes get stuff like free insulation and offers for having solar panels stuck on there roof etc

Anyway you can't get JSA if you don't have phone and a internet connection these days its considered making yourself unavailable for work

lol didn't realise a phone line was a deal breaker, you might wanna check that chief ;)

You have to have a contact number and internet access, if your going to be pedantic and say mobile phone i shall remind you of the cost up there £5.10 a month.


you sound like an expert, but still sounds like a load of rubbish to me perhaps a contact number but internet access.......really.........get a pay as you go ;)
Haliviel
robbie1412
Chiptivo
Error440
shatteredpaul
why is it that it is allways for people on benefits.like free boilers,thats why this country
is on it knees,you can get this this and this only if your on benefits,so wrong
Why is it people who own there own homes get stuff like free insulation and offers for having solar panels stuck on there roof etc
Anyway you can't get JSA if you don't have phone and a internet connection these days its considered making yourself unavailable for work

Tax payers pay for library's that have free access for this purpose.


Your town still HAS a library? Lucky you.


we live in a village and still have a library..in fact 3 libraries within 2 miles.are they really that rare?


no just not many people use them :D
robbie1412
Chiptivo
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shatteredpaul
why is it that it is allways for people on benefits.like free boilers,thats why this country
is on it knees,you can get this this and this only if your on benefits,so wrong
Why is it people who own there own homes get stuff like free insulation and offers for having solar panels stuck on there roof etc
Anyway you can't get JSA if you don't have phone and a internet connection these days its considered making yourself unavailable for work

Tax payers pay for library's that have free access for this purpose.


Your town still HAS a library? Lucky you.


we live in a village and still have a library..in fact 3 libraries within 2 miles.are they really that rare?
CaptainSocks
Bilbo1968
CaptainSocks
Also, why all the Little Englander moaners giving it the "benefits... unemployed... lazy scroungers" Daily Mail bile?
Only one of the qualifying groups is unemployed.
Income support = poor folk with very young kids that require a care element (above and beyond what healthy kids require obviously). My daughter has cerebral palsy. I'm lucky. I've got money (yes I've worked for it, but I was also affluent enough to own property and start businesses in the first place). If I was poor and in the same situation I would have really struggled. Caring for a sick kid is hard work. Hands down the hardest work I've ever done. Emotionally AND physically draining.
Pension credit = old retired poor folk.
Universal Credit zero rating = WORKING but on a zero hour contract
ESA = ill. And unbelievably not all these folk are "scroungers". My cousin has cancer. He gets ESA. I wouldn't wish cancer on anyone. I'd also spark out anyone that called a formerly fit bloke working 60hr a week transformed into a frail shell of a man by illness "a scrounger".
JSA = unemployed. And frankly the amount you get on JSA is pennies. If you think it's a life of luxury than by all means quit your job and go for it. It probably couldn't happen to a nicer person tbh.
I have a business that I've built up over 20 years I wouldnt even like to think the amount of hours I've worked. I'm reasonably successful.
You seem to know all about the the benefit system and you probably use it and abuse it. But I think that people like you are ruining this country.
As for sparking out someone you sound like a typical armchair warrior yob. Don't bother replying with your righteous outrage because I really don't care.
The only benefit I've got, or ever had, is a good accountant.

All I'll say is that I'm almost certainly considerably richer than you...
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(I'm not outraged btw. Far from it. I don't think any reasonable person would read anything you've written and take it seriously or not feel slightly sorry for you.)

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Block Nuicence calls FREE - for BT Phone customers.

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Deal expired due to Trolls voting cold without giving a reason. Read More
Deal expired due to Trolls voting cold without giving a reason.
jrandrews72 Avatar2m, 3w agoFound 2 months, 3 weeks ago16 Comments
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I have heard through the grapevine (or Landline) that you have to re register to TPS every year. Perhaps this is how they start getting back through.
Cheers Op for trying to help ;)

Edited By: pjuk14 on Apr 06, 2017 18:31
elliemaybelle
Just a shame TPS does not work, always getting cold callers even though I am signed up to TPS :(

TPS does work. We've been signed up for years (dating back to the likes of 2007 and so) and hardly get any calls since being signed up. It's also up to the resident to report any calls you get to TPS.

"Once registration is complete telemarketers are legally bound not to call you."

AW0079
Can it block withheld numbers?

I don't think any service can really block or divert withheld or private numbers.


Edited By: M0nk3h on Apr 06, 2017 12:29
Just a shame TPS does not work, always getting cold callers even though I am signed up to TPS :(
Stopfordian
Don't forget the TPS (Telephone Preference Service) http://www.tpsonline.org.uk/tps/index.html


Exactly.

Incidentally, who is Dian? I will stop if necessary.
Don't forget the TPS (Telephone Preference Service) http://www.tpsonline.org.uk/tps/index.html
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Saracens vs Bath free on BT Sport 3pm today

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Watch Saracens vs Bath free on BT Sport today at 3pm. Good if you are missing out on the usual premier league due to the internationals. All the international should be back for respective team… Read More
Watch Saracens vs Bath free on BT Sport today at 3pm. Good if you are missing out on the usual premier league due to the internationals. All the international should be back for respective team…
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Stop all nuisance calls at the touch of a button with BT's new FREE Call Protect

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A BT line is needed for this - but it allows you to block all unwanted calls, even when they spoof/change their numbers, FREE OF CHARGE. You choose the numbers, or types of numbers, you want to block… Read More
A BT line is needed for this - but it allows you to block all unwanted calls, even when they spoof/change their numbers, FREE OF CHARGE. You choose the numbers, or types of numbers, you want to block…
Newbold Avatar5m, 1w agoFound 5 months, 1 week ago323 Comments
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Great, thanks
Dudley27
Is anyone with Plusnet who could confirm logging into their account the option is there? A screenshot maybe
Hope this helps can be ordered in calling features section on account waiting for mine to activate. I believe with BT one you can manage it online but Plusnet Call Protect you have to manage your settings for it through the phone via 1572.
http://i.imgur.com/S2gQW2U.png
Is anyone with Plusnet who could confirm logging into their account the option is there? A screenshot maybe
Proveright
Re 315. Does not matter whether it is landline or internet. BT sucker people in with so called free or sale offers, then later put the price up . If you have a fault then you speak to a script kiddy in India. BT have paid over the odds for the football so has to get their money back.
Their Accounts dept has never heard of customer service .
BT open reach look after the line as a separate company so it does not matter which provider you are with , other than BT will over all be more expensive, so it is worth looking at any other provider who will undoubtedly be cheaper and offer better service.
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Re 315. Does not matter whether it is landline or internet. BT sucker people in with so called free or sale offers, then later put the price up . If you have a fault then you speak to a script kiddy in India. BT have paid over the odds for the football so has to get their money back.
Their Accounts dept has never heard of customer service .

BT open reach look after the line as a separate company so it does not matter which provider you are with , other than BT will over all be more expensive, so it is worth looking at any other provider who will undoubtedly be cheaper and offer better service.
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BT Sport on sky 6 months!! New customers only! (Free for 6 months, £15 setup fee then £21.99pm for 6 months). Total deal: £146.94

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Don’t miss the biggest card in UFC history on November 12 as the Octagon arrives in NYC! UFC 205: Alvarez vs McGregor is live from Madison Square Garden on BT Sport 2 from 1am GMT on Saturday night. Read More
Don’t miss the biggest card in UFC history on November 12 as the Octagon arrives in NYC! UFC 205: Alvarez vs McGregor is live from Madison Square Garden on BT Sport 2 from 1am GMT on Saturday night.
nebo Avatar7m, 2w agoFound 7 months, 2 weeks ago12 Comments
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[Hi for adding bt spots on sky it is 3 months free than £21 a month what is the coling of period for adding bt spots on sky
I can only see 3 months free now
Hi is they a offers for bt sport for sky tv customers to ad bt sport on sky box or bt customer how got bt broadband can give me bt sport
Just put the word kodi into your fav search engine then put the same word into y*u t**be and be amazed!
COLD it works out at £12 per month (NOT Free!)
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Bt Home Phone Saver 2019 @ £21.99/month BT

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Just came across this deal which I think is an excellent price, they wanted to put my mums plan up to £27.49 a month, but failed to tell her about this deal, it is an 18 month contract, but considerin… Read More
Just came across this deal which I think is an excellent price, they wanted to put my mums plan up to £27.49 a month, but failed to tell her about this deal, it is an 18 month contract, but considerin…
haggisheid Avatar8m, 3w agoFound 8 months, 3 weeks ago11 Comments
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funny my gran was getting bt basic and she wasnt on any state pension?
BT basic is ok if you don't use the phone much, but if you go over, it could soon as up.
funny my gran was getting bt basic and she wasnt on any state pension?
Seems a decent deal but BT annoy me with all their contracts for parts of the service ending at different times. So you can end up with a 12 month broadband contract, 18 month Home Phone contract, 12 month free BT privacy, 12 month Line Rental saver, all ending at different times. Makes it difficult to switch, which I guess is the idea. Hopefully soon everything will be rolled into one contract.

BTW BT Basic is only for those on benefits - not the elderly, unless they are on Pension Credit to qualify for which they need to be on quite a low income.
why didnt you apply for bt basic ??? line rental for the elderly and people on benefits £5.15 per month ( £15.45 a quarter )
Just scrapped fixed line for my Mum. Just used mobile now for £5 a month. Saving her a fortune from rip off BT.
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BT Privacy with caller display free for a year (when you renew your contract)

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Free caller display for a year if you renew your phone contract for a year. Handy if you have just signed up for one of the recent broadband deals. Blurb from BT below. It can be handy to know w… Read More
Free caller display for a year if you renew your phone contract for a year. Handy if you have just signed up for one of the recent broadband deals. Blurb from BT below. It can be handy to know w…
brycie Avatar9m, 3w agoFound 9 months, 3 weeks ago7 Comments
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Just got connected yesterday, thanks OP
People still use landlines for calls?
I need a call blocker to stop BT (Bangalore Telecom) representatives ringing me from India to try to entice me back to their poor and overpriced 'service'
brycie
That's why I said handy if you have just signed up for one of the recent deals. I've added 1 week to my contract and got caller display for free.

Make sure you check your bill carefully - we had 'free' caller display - which they consistently managed to charge us for - and getting it sorted was a major pain in the backside - one of the many reasons I don't get any services from BT anymore....
only a week into contract so gone for this. cheers OP.
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Free BT sports pack for 3 months with 12 month contract on bt mobile sim only

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Free BT sports pack which is challenging EEs (even though same company now ) so thought I would share. Could work out cheaper to get BT sports compared to the EE deal when you consider quidco and tcb… Read More
Free BT sports pack which is challenging EEs (even though same company now ) so thought I would share. Could work out cheaper to get BT sports compared to the EE deal when you consider quidco and tcb…
arvy1 Avatar11m, 1w agoFound 11 months, 1 week ago7 Comments
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parvatik
is this not included with the bt tv package free of cost ?

It is available for free through other incentives like BT TV and others however with this you don't need to pay for landline line rental that you might not need and also gives you usage through mins and data &texts. Starts from £5 and can be shared via connection to TV. Tcb is £36.75 .
You don't need an aerial to watch bt sport it is delivered over the broadband.
i got infinity back in December and £140 cashback 2 x £100 in prepaid card after sending me the wrong one and £34 x2 casback on one sim deal,another mistake and credit to my account of over £100 due to not stating you need an Ariel to watch BT sports as a good will and then left them after only 5 months as the price increase in june meant customers could leave within 30 days notice....all in all not a bad bit of business,cheers BT haha now waiting for my cashback from joining sky fibre pro.
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parvatik
is this not included with the bt tv package free of cost ?
It's not free with all BT broadband packages although it used to be.
Bait and Switch baby.


It's still free for infinity customers
parvatik
is this not included with the bt tv package free of cost ?
It's not free with all BT broadband packages although it used to be.
Bait and Switch baby.
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Existing BT Customers Save up to £32.38 on Annual Line Rental by Paying in Advance £183.49

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BT offer customers the option of paying an entire year's telephone line rental in advance and offer a 10% discount for doing so. When paid monthly, line rental is £203.88 per year @ £16.99 per mont… Read More
BT offer customers the option of paying an entire year's telephone line rental in advance and offer a 10% discount for doing so. When paid monthly, line rental is £203.88 per year @ £16.99 per mont…
zomg Avatar1y, 4w agoFound 1 year, 4 weeks ago11 Comments
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"When paid monthly, line rental is £203.88 per year @ £16.99 per month"

BT Line rental is £17.99 a month currently, and is going up soon.
So in summary avoid at all costs - wish I stayed with sky rather than these bar stewards
Not worth paying line rental upfront any more unless you want to stick with them for the whole contract. And why I think this?
Almost all services providers now increase costs mid-way through the year. So when you sign up make sure you get discounts and when a price increase comes leave them. This will keep the monthly cost for services low.

Worst case scenario, the prices will not rise and you have to finish the contract at full price!
X)

Edited By: zomg on May 28, 2016 18:56: May 28, 2016 18:56
Constantly having problems with bt. As much as I loath Rupert murdoch I might try sky next time
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Europa League & Champions League finals shown for free on BT showcase & BT Europe

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might be of use to some people and BT probably wont advertise this channel 59 on freeview cant seem to edit link but here is BT announcement (thanks Steve353) http://sport.bt.com/football/news/bt-s… Read More
might be of use to some people and BT probably wont advertise this channel 59 on freeview cant seem to edit link but here is BT announcement (thanks Steve353) http://sport.bt.com/football/news/bt-s…
trick23 Avatar1y, 1m agoFound 1 year, 1 month ago98 Comments
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EXPIRED!!!
The live YouTube feed for the Europa League Final was a measly 854x480 - definitely not even HD. It's likely the Champions League Final will also only be SD on YouTube - I guess BT Sport are so "poor" they couldn't afford to give away the extra pixels for free...
I did noticed that when streaming the Europa League Final so will be watching the Champions League Final on Freeview.:)
If you're thinking of Champions League Showcase on freeview then the picture quality on there hasn't much better in the past.
Don't know the past as I never have subscribed to pay TV but seems OK right now on my 50" Panasonic FHD Plasma.:)
Champions League Showcase isn't "pay TV", its a freeview channel.
La Undecima!
The live YouTube feed for the Europa League Final was a measly 854x480 - definitely not even HD. It's likely the Champions League Final will also only be SD on YouTube - I guess BT Sport are so "poor" they couldn't afford to give away the extra pixels for free...
I did noticed that when streaming the Europa League Final so will be watching the Champions League Final on Freeview.:)
If you're thinking of Champions League Showcase on freeview then the picture quality on there hasn't much better in the past.

Don't know the past as I never have subscribed to pay TV but seems OK right now on my 50" Panasonic FHD Plasma.:)
Anyone else wearing their real madrid shirt from that kitbag deal last week?

Nah, I'm wearing a white t-shirt.
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BT Sport Showcase: Watch Atletico Madrid v Bayern Munich - FREE

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Free Matches to air on Weds 27th and Thursday 28th April on BT Sport Showcase. Channel numbers: Freeview 59 and Virgin Media 548 Champions League Semi final: Atletico Madrid v Bayern Munich - K… Read More
Free Matches to air on Weds 27th and Thursday 28th April on BT Sport Showcase. Channel numbers: Freeview 59 and Virgin Media 548 Champions League Semi final: Atletico Madrid v Bayern Munich - K…
Coutinho1995 Avatar1y, 2m agoFound 1 year, 2 months ago23 Comments
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Have you seen the picture quality on bt sport showcase on freeview!? You'd be better off watching via a dodgy free stream! :(

Or just go on filmon and the french channel I think its RTS Deux show free football including champions league and europa league

Edited By: hass123 on Apr 28, 2016 19:43
brianw
If there any way of watching premier league football other than B T or Sky i.e on a foreign web site
yes
TJR
thecynicalsaint
DjudjangoKid
TJR
This is free is you pay for a TV license
If watching anything on TV in the UK requires a TV license then I see no reason for such comment.
Exactly, he might as well have said it's not free as you need to buy a TV or computer.
Everything's free after you buy it. Good point.
That wasn't what I said though was it? Nice try though.
If there any way of watching premier league football other than B T or Sky i.e on a foreign web site
Have you seen the picture quality on bt sport showcase on freeview!? You'd be better off watching via a dodgy free stream! :(
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BT Sport Showcase: Watch Real Madrid vs. Wolfsburg - Free

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Free Matches to air on Tuesday 12th and Thursday 14th April on BT Sport Showcase. Channel numbers: Freeview 59 and Virgin Media 548 Champions League Quarter final: Real Madrid vs Wolfsburg - Ki… Read More
Free Matches to air on Tuesday 12th and Thursday 14th April on BT Sport Showcase. Channel numbers: Freeview 59 and Virgin Media 548 Champions League Quarter final: Real Madrid vs Wolfsburg - Ki…
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Thanks mate!:)
But I hope BT Sport collapses! They have the most boring and low IQ analysts with Michael owen,rio,scholes,etc
They are making ITV chaps look decent by comparison and I thought that was near impossible! No wonder they are having catastrophically low viewing figures!
I know! Micheal Owen has got to be the worst of the lot, his voice irritates me and he sounds so dull. I preferred it when Sky Sports got one leg and ITV got the return tie. To add to misery, their showcase channel decides to broadcast Real Madrid vs. Wolfsburg over Manchester City vs. PSG and the Villarreal game over Liverpool vs. Dortmund. Oh well, it's better than nothing I guess. Enjoy the games mate!
They are showcasing the games without English teams because they are the less attractive ones to English fans. It makes sense they would keep the attractive games on the paid for service.
Nonsense.
OK, so what is the real reason then?
Seems pretty obvious to me that English fans are going to be less likely to sign up to the paid service if they broadcast the English games for free, but if you have a better explanation let me know.
They've had English teams shown for free before, therefore it's not a categoric answer.
So if it's not a categoric answer its nonsense?!

They show some in the group stages because they are contractually obliged to show a certain a number, but as soon as they hit their contractual quota they show no more. They get it out of the way as early as possible before things get really interesting.



Edited By: thecynicalsaint on Apr 15, 2016 17:06
JusticeForThe96
They've had English teams shown for free before, therefore it's not a categoric answer.

But it's obvious that they aren't going to show the majority of the big ticket games on their free channel. You might get 1 or 2 if you are lucky but there doesn't seem to be any commitment by BT to show specific games on that channel, not like before when we had a guaranteed game every week on ITV. They will just show whatever they think suits them best, like the free watch days you get from Sky Sports every now and then.
Have to say, the picture quality of that channel is terrible, actually worse than the non-HD BT Sport channels delivered over the internet but its better than nothing I suppose.

As I've got BT TV, I'm getting all the BT Sport channels included so for me so I'm getting a good deal - all the CL games on Tues/Wed and all the Europa League games on Thursday. From a Liverpool perspective the BT coverage of the Europa League is pretty good, the picture quality is far better than ITV4/C5 and watching on mobile/chromecast is a decent option when you away from home. Better than paying £25 for Sky then extra for Sports.

Yes a lot of the commentary leaves a lot to be desired (and Owen is boring) but tbh there are too many poor pundits on all of the channels right now and somehow the worst ones seem to pop up on every competing channel (like Ian Wright).
thecynicalsaint
JusticeForThe96
thecynicalsaint
Coutinho1995
jfowler
Thanks mate!:)
But I hope BT Sport collapses! They have the most boring and low IQ analysts with Michael owen,rio,scholes,etc
They are making ITV chaps look decent by comparison and I thought that was near impossible! No wonder they are having catastrophically low viewing figures!
I know! Micheal Owen has got to be the worst of the lot, his voice irritates me and he sounds so dull. I preferred it when Sky Sports got one leg and ITV got the return tie. To add to misery, their showcase channel decides to broadcast Real Madrid vs. Wolfsburg over Manchester City vs. PSG and the Villarreal game over Liverpool vs. Dortmund. Oh well, it's better than nothing I guess. Enjoy the games mate!
They are showcasing the games without English teams because they are the less attractive ones to English fans. It makes sense they would keep the attractive games on the paid for service.
Nonsense.
OK, so what is the real reason then?

Seems pretty obvious to me that English fans are going to be less likely to sign up to the paid service if they broadcast the English games for free, but if you have a better explanation let me know.


They've had English teams shown for free before, therefore it's not a categoric answer.
JusticeForThe96
thecynicalsaint
Coutinho1995
jfowler
Thanks mate!:)
But I hope BT Sport collapses! They have the most boring and low IQ analysts with Michael owen,rio,scholes,etc
They are making ITV chaps look decent by comparison and I thought that was near impossible! No wonder they are having catastrophically low viewing figures!
I know! Micheal Owen has got to be the worst of the lot, his voice irritates me and he sounds so dull. I preferred it when Sky Sports got one leg and ITV got the return tie. To add to misery, their showcase channel decides to broadcast Real Madrid vs. Wolfsburg over Manchester City vs. PSG and the Villarreal game over Liverpool vs. Dortmund. Oh well, it's better than nothing I guess. Enjoy the games mate!
They are showcasing the games without English teams because they are the less attractive ones to English fans. It makes sense they would keep the attractive games on the paid for service.
Nonsense.
OK, so what is the real reason then?

Seems pretty obvious to me that English fans are going to be less likely to sign up to the paid service if they broadcast the English games for free, but if you have a better explanation let me know.
I have BT sport and i love it,but would much rather have it on ITV or even BBC, maybe BBC if they are keeping the tv license and to make it worth the cost. BT Sport has its downsides though,Owen is terrible at commentary, also a scottish bloke on ESPN FC is always putting teams down in the premier league.

Edited By: Snakeyes646 on Apr 13, 2016 10:48
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BT Sport Showcase Free European matches - Barcelona Atletico and Atletic Bilbao Sevilla 1st Legs

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Free Matches on Tuesday 5th and Thursday 7th April on BT Sport Showcase Channel, Freeview 59 and Virgin Media 548. UEFA Champions League QF 1st Leg - Barcelona vs Ateltico Madrid 7.45pm UEFA Eur… Read More
Free Matches on Tuesday 5th and Thursday 7th April on BT Sport Showcase Channel, Freeview 59 and Virgin Media 548. UEFA Champions League QF 1st Leg - Barcelona vs Ateltico Madrid 7.45pm UEFA Eur…
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Baffling. Free coverage of European football and people complain about it.

Lol this got hot despite my multiple requests to expire the thread over a week ago?


looks like it lol. I Find it ridiculous people complain over free stuff though
kyledeca
Baffling. Free coverage of European football and people complain about it.

Lol this got hot despite my multiple requests to expire the thread over a week ago?
Baffling. Free coverage of European football and people complain about it.
Cheers op, one more vote for a hot
The cold votes are clearly down to the picture quality of this channel, no denying that the match line up is great. The picture definition is 544 x 576 and portrays horribly on our TV.
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free download of national anthem sung by katherine jenkins

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can't wait :)
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i might be dead when the 21st rolls around, MrAlbert.

can't you activate some kind of digital diary function to remind you?

good luck with your plan for the future of humankind, Pineapples101.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_Passport
It's the 21st century - no need for national anthems now.
Same goes for national costume, flags and Monarchies.

In my humble opinion of course.
gingermuppet
"breasticals'???!
I'll be glad when you kids stop posting on here and go back to school.

I thought this was a family friendly site and didn't want to use words like "tits".
gingermuppet
"breasticals'???!
I'll be glad when you kids stop posting on here and go back to school.

Dunno if it's an either/or kinda thing.
"breasticals'???!
I'll be glad when you kids stop posting on here and go back to school.
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BT Black Friday Deals £27.99

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£10 per month plus £17.99 line rental for unlimited fiber optic broadband and free basic bt tv with youview box including free bt sports. You also receive a free £100 pre paid mastercard. Deal starts Read More
£10 per month plus £17.99 line rental for unlimited fiber optic broadband and free basic bt tv with youview box including free bt sports. You also receive a free £100 pre paid mastercard. Deal starts
gibsono Avatar1y, 7m agoFound 1 year, 7 months ago12 Comments
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£49 activation fee - COLD and quidco are scammers.
Since my fix it sits at 38meg all day and night, the line drops twice a day this time moves each day but the light on the front used to be like a disco some nights.
Need to move it to a new house but going to set up a new account to cash in then transfer number.
Need to not get the new socket otherwise I can'[t use another router
I am sure they will pay cashback and vouchers, please don't expect super duper fast broadband from BT, it's performance will drive you nutz, I am one of their recent victim suffering of performanzomania
Siddy
qwerta - 14 months I had issues with my fibre 12 visits 7 different engineers re-wire from house back to pole etc, in the end they swapped my line in the local street box to a old payfone line and it's worked every since. They offered me out to cancel as they couldn't fix it but the issue is yes swap to Sky/TT etc but it still comes down the same line but you end up with a different call centre.

Indeed, all provided by OpenReach so if transferring to someone else qwerta would still be dealing with BT at second hand which might be worse.
I believe if speed isn't what it is supposed to be within a certain ratio the contract can be repudiated but not sure about disconnections. Perhaps checking with Ofcom might be an idea for qwerta.
BT works great for me. No issues at all
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BT Black Friday sale - Some pretty good offers

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First post for a while. I was looking at the BT mobile deals and came across the Black Friday spectacular. Broadband Unlimited BT Broadband & Unlimited UK weekend calls: £5 a month for 12 months… Read More
First post for a while. I was looking at the BT mobile deals and came across the Black Friday spectacular. Broadband Unlimited BT Broadband & Unlimited UK weekend calls: £5 a month for 12 months…
davemc83 Avatar1y, 7m agoFound 1 year, 7 months ago99 Comments
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I think I got off lightly having to tolerate no phone or broadband in new build for 4 weeks due to BT messing up. It got ridiculous when offshore call centre staff resorted to shouting down the phone at me because they had no response to my reasoned points. If I wasn't tied in, I would jump straight away although can't actually fault infinity now it is up and running, apart from rare dropouts.

I ran into a similar problem and while its too late for you the advice I received from both the Citizens Advice Bureau and OFCOM was that contracts run both ways. While you are obligated to pay your bills the supplier is also obligated to provide that service. The supplier not charging you for services not provided does not remove their obligation to provide those services. After a "prolonged period of lack of service" you can actually class the supplier as being in breach of contract and cancel with no penalty.


Just picked up your messages several months late. That's good advice, thanks. Noted in case it ever happens again. Best regards.
I got mine within 4 days of my switch in December.
I havent received it yet - I chased up with live chat who said I should have received it and they didn't know why I hadn't, but they would pass it on to the "gift cards team" and they would get back to me within 5 working days. That was on 22nd February. Still Nothing.
it's been over a month since I applied for the £100 gift card. Live chat seem to be useless, anyone else trying to chase them up for this?
Hi I got £50 on my mastercard (less than expected), quidco tracked at £180 and is now expected Feb 5. Only thing is, I can't get Sky Sports of BT Sports HD because by postcode doesn't have BT Infinity, I live in central London (Vauxhall) Has anyone else had any issues here? Do we know when infinity will be available? Saved money compared to Virgin
Many thanks
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BT Sport Europe, 1 & 2 for £5.00 a month for existing customers.

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No European football on ITV anymore, so this is a bargain. My partner received the offer by e-mail and its for 12 months. This was previously £20 a month, so hurry while the offer is on. Read More
No European football on ITV anymore, so this is a bargain. My partner received the offer by e-mail and its for 12 months. This was previously £20 a month, so hurry while the offer is on.
djh1975 Avatar1y, 8m agoFound 1 year, 8 months ago36 Comments
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No stream will ever be as good as the real thing, everybody knows that lol.
Kodi much better than Sky or BT for sports. The American streams (via Phoenix) are at 1080HD (Sky sports only 720HD)
And it's free!
Daniel Sturridge looks like something from Minecraft on the stream today.
No stream will ever be as good as the real thing, everybody knows that lol.
djh1975
Oh, what a surprise!!! The stream I'm watching isn't as good as my BT Sport that I paid £1.25 a week for. Looks live I've proven you all wrong lol.

You obviously picked a crap stream then ....there's more than just one out there...lol
Oh, what a surprise!!! The stream I'm watching isn't as good as my BT Sport that I paid £1.25 a week for. Looks live I've proven you all wrong lol.
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BT Showcase to show Man City's Champions League game against Borussia Monchengladbach for free 30/9/2015

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Manchester City's Champions League game against Borussua Monchengladbach is available on free-to-view television on Wednesday. BT will also screen Thursday evening's Europa League clash between Lazio Read More
Manchester City's Champions League game against Borussua Monchengladbach is available on free-to-view television on Wednesday. BT will also screen Thursday evening's Europa League clash between Lazio
dazzas_girl Avatar1y, 8m agoFound 1 year, 8 months ago14 Comments
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Thanks op. Would never have known otherwise. :)
Scorpion
cambargins
anyone know about watching via sky box?
Yes, you can't. It's only on freeview. For those who use Sky/Virgin due to a poor aerial or signal (and thus no freeview) they aren't able to view this. Good ol' BT helpful as ever!

You can watch on Virgin - look under the TV Guide bit for 'Sport' - watched a game on it before
Stiz2theMiz
Or on Virgin? Thanks OP

Look under 'Sport' under the TV Guide bit and you'll find it - i watched a game there a while back when they had a free one on
Scorpion
cambargins
anyone know about watching via sky box?
Yes, you can't. It's only on freeview. For those who use Sky/Virgin due to a poor aerial or signal (and thus no freeview) they aren't able to view this. Good ol' BT helpful as ever!

You can watch on Virgin - look under the TV Guide bit for 'Sport' - watched a game on it before
Free on Kodi every match.
Nice one.
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Roma v Barcelona (UEFA Champions League 16/09/15) & Anderlecht v Monaco (UEFA Europa League 17/09/15) free-to-air on BT Showcase (Freeview Ch 59)

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2nd Champions League game (from a minimum of 12) & 1st Europa League game (from a minimum of 14) that BT will show free-to-air this season. It may be on Virgin Media (channel 548) but I can't confir… Read More
2nd Champions League game (from a minimum of 12) & 1st Europa League game (from a minimum of 14) that BT will show free-to-air this season. It may be on Virgin Media (channel 548) but I can't confir…
Steve353 Avatar1y, 9m agoFound 1 year, 9 months ago10 Comments
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I get it all free anyway, working for BT can have it's perks. Didn't miss much from the English games anyway, more interesting watching the Showcase channels if I'm honest.
Guinea..... absolutely right would have been free last year just another tv giant killing.the game if you choose not.to.have sky or bt
Guinea
This should be really cold - matches like this would have been shown for free on ITV last season anyway
And in HD!
This should be really cold - matches like this would have been shown for free on ITV last season anyway
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Fear The Walking Dead Episode 1 - Free On BT Showcase (Freeview Channel 59) at 9pm 31/08/2015

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As the BT Sport Freebies get an airing here, it's probably also worth mentioning that BT Showcase will be showing the 90 minute pilot episode of 'Fear The Walking Dead' at 9pm on Bank Holiday Monday f… Read More
As the BT Sport Freebies get an airing here, it's probably also worth mentioning that BT Showcase will be showing the 90 minute pilot episode of 'Fear The Walking Dead' at 9pm on Bank Holiday Monday f…
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or available to download/stream now from all the usual spots....
Well, yeah, but you could have posted that comment on every DVD / Blu-ray / Film / TV show / PC game thread that's ever been posted on here. Are the streams free and legal? No, of course not.
find my any evidence that it is illegal to stream these videos in the UK. it is illegal to download but there is no law on streaming

People like you are hilarious! Ignorance win for you!
decm666

Now, this should be a community. I think we are all here for the same reason. Thank you to alex_dis, I'm sure this post helped a lot of people who wanted to check out the show and that's the main thing. We should be happy about that.

Thanks...all I was trying to do was give a heads-up on an episode of a show that would normally be behind a subscription and it bought a lot of unnecessary and defensive comments about streaming / downloading. Fine, we get it - but this information wasn't meant for you. Just walk on, and don't leave daft remarks. People on this site baffle me sometimes.
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or available to download/stream now from all the usual spots....
Well, yeah, but you could have posted that comment on every DVD / Blu-ray / Film / TV show / PC game thread that's ever been posted on here. Are the streams free and legal? No, of course not.
find my any evidence that it is illegal to stream these videos in the UK. it is illegal to download but there is no law on streaming
Hope this helps.http://www.fact-uk.org.uk/types-of-content-theft/
Streaming
Illegal streaming allows you to view unauthorised copyrighted content on demand without downloading the illegal file. Websites may stream directly or provide links to content hosted on other websites. Both hosting unauthorised content and providing links to unauthorised content is illegal.
Illegal streaming sites often provide a subscription service whereby you can pay to stream illegal content. These sites can often host advertisements for legitimate products or services alongside the illegal content. They may also use trademarks, cover art and provide a plot summary or cast list as a means to fool consumers into believing that the website is legal.
haha you fool, you didn't even read your own information. If you read it you would learn that it states "Both hosting unauthorised content and providing links to unauthorised content is illegal." If the end consumer, i.e Me, is watching the stream, there is nothing here that states it's illegal. it's illegal to host the stream (the person who supplies and uploads the content) and it's illegal to provide links. If all I do is find the website and view it. There is no law. COME AT ME BRO!!
I'll continue to watch all of my sport and tv online for FREE until there is a law against it!
I did read it, you just didn't understand it. The risks are very minimal from unlawfully watching content on illegal streaming sites but it is still a civil offence as you are breaking copyright law but you will most certainly never be prosecuted because they focus on shutting down the site hosting the content rather than prosecuting or fining the person viewing the content.
Then there is also the moral part of it, where people like you happily viewing your content through these streaming sites don't realise that it has an affect on the creative industries and you are putting the jobs of many skilled workers at risk. If everyone streamed there content illegally, many of the shows you watch wouldn't be made.
OK Well decm have fun with paying 20 quid to BT to watch the show (since only the first episode is free) and then if you want to watch it again on a Blu ray buy it for 30 quid. Also you shout about it like its murder which it clearly isn't and since even though its a grey area I'm pretty sure Daniel is doing something completely legal and just because you don't like it doesn't mean you have to fight with people about it because we are free to do whatever as long as it doesn't break any laws or harm anyone.

There is no fight and it was never my intention to cause one. Daniel was just rude to my original comment. I'm not shouting about it like it's murder, I just have a different opinion on the matter. A lot of my friends view films and TV shows through streaming sites, it's a choice, I'm not going to cause arguments or stop talking to them because we have different opinions. Check for yourself, I have not once said it's illegal, I simply gave a few facts.

Back on topic, I'm not going to watch the show because I don't want to subscribe to the BT service to just watch this one show, I'll just wait until it's out on Blu ray. I think we can agree that BT's TV service is not worth the money especially when compared to NowTV and Netflix. I think it would have been better and have made a lot more sense if this show aired on Fox. Fox already has people watching The Walking Dead on their channel so if it aired Fear the Walking Dead it would already have the fanbase and it would make it cheaper and more accessible for the fans.

Now, this should be a community. I think we are all here for the same reason. Thank you to alex_dis, I'm sure this post helped a lot of people who wanted to check out the show and that's the main thing. We should be happy about that.
decm666
danielrobson50
decm666
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or available to download/stream now from all the usual spots....
Well, yeah, but you could have posted that comment on every DVD / Blu-ray / Film / TV show / PC game thread that's ever been posted on here. Are the streams free and legal? No, of course not.
find my any evidence that it is illegal to stream these videos in the UK. it is illegal to download but there is no law on streaming
Hope this helps.http://www.fact-uk.org.uk/types-of-content-theft/
Streaming
Illegal streaming allows you to view unauthorised copyrighted content on demand without downloading the illegal file. Websites may stream directly or provide links to content hosted on other websites. Both hosting unauthorised content and providing links to unauthorised content is illegal.
Illegal streaming sites often provide a subscription service whereby you can pay to stream illegal content. These sites can often host advertisements for legitimate products or services alongside the illegal content. They may also use trademarks, cover art and provide a plot summary or cast list as a means to fool consumers into believing that the website is legal.
haha you fool, you didn't even read your own information. If you read it you would learn that it states "Both hosting unauthorised content and providing links to unauthorised content is illegal." If the end consumer, i.e Me, is watching the stream, there is nothing here that states it's illegal. it's illegal to host the stream (the person who supplies and uploads the content) and it's illegal to provide links. If all I do is find the website and view it. There is no law. COME AT ME BRO!!
I'll continue to watch all of my sport and tv online for FREE until there is a law against it!
I did read it, you just didn't understand it. The risks are very minimal from unlawfully watching content on illegal streaming sites but it is still a civil offence as you are breaking copyright law but you will most certainly never be prosecuted because they focus on shutting down the site hosting the content rather than prosecuting or fining the person viewing the content.
Then there is also the moral part of it, where people like you happily viewing your content through these streaming sites don't realise that it has an affect on the creative industries and you are putting the jobs of many skilled workers at risk. If everyone streamed there content illegally, many of the shows you watch wouldn't be made.
OK Well decm have fun with paying 20 quid to BT to watch the show (since only the first episode is free) and then if you want to watch it again on a Blu ray buy it for 30 quid. Also you shout about it like its murder which it clearly isn't and since even though its a grey area I'm pretty sure Daniel is doing something completely legal and just because you don't like it doesn't mean you have to fight with people about it because we are free to do whatever as long as it doesn't break any laws or harm anyone.
the walking dead is long past its sell by date tbh!
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Once known as British Telecom, BT started life in 1991 when the national phone company was privatised (although its history really stretches back to the 1870s). In the 1990s and 2000s, the company expanded across the world and added now familiar services like internet connections, e-mail and digital television channels. It launched successful subsidiaries like BT Broadband, BT Mobile and BT Sport, becoming an all-round media giant with a huge range of products for UK customers to buy.

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The only place to purchase BT’s goods and services is via their online store at www.bt.com, where you can sign up for internet connections, buy phones and take out contracts and check out BT’s range of television channels and packages.

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