Plusnet will be offering the BT Sport channels to Sky TV customers at half the standard price for non-BT Broadband customers.
Sky TV customers who opt to buy the BT Sport channels directly through their Sky TV box can get the channels for £12/month or £15/month for the standard definition and HD channels respectively.
If you took Plusnet broadband with your Sky TV, you’d be able to get the SD and HD channels for £5.99/month and £7.49/month respectively.
Read our guide to the latest broadband, phone and TV dealsTaking a BT Broadband line with your Sky TV subscription sees you getting the SD channels for free and the HD channels for an extra £3 on top of that. By comparison, you’d pay £2.50 more for the HD channels with Plusnet.
Plusnet’s superfast services scored a little better than BT’s in Ofcom’s latest survey, so customers who want this along with Sky TV will be able to make a little saving on BT Sport as well.
This deal was unearthed by a516digital, who spotted it in a refreshed Terms & Conditions page. Plusnet is owned by BT, but is run as a separate ISP.
Update: Plusnet CEO Jamie Ford told Recombu Digital that the deal is not yet live: “Plusnet is currently testing BT Sport on the Sky Digital Satellite Platform and we hope to make further announcements before the end of this year.”