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    Well everyone reading your post uses social media.
    Agreed, I was more of the opinion of Twitter and Facebook, as I'm not accustomed to the realms of those sites
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      I don't mind BT's coverage to be honest. Some pundits are better than others, but that's no different to the BBC or Sky really.

      As someone who has BT Sport at home but not Sky, I'm quite happy with that outcome. I think gradually they will start dipping their toe into other sports and taking events off Sky. Obtaining the rights to The Ashes in the winter is a big coup for them.
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      At least its not on the Murdoch channel
      Johnny Cantor, BBC Sussex, 17/4/17…

      He’s presented with a blue and white scarf, you can seeing him wearing that scarf, he’s bouncing up and down, he’s letting go, well done Tony Bloom !!!
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      Have to say I'm pretty happy with BT. Sorry to buck the trend. It's a pretty good package for the price and well below the financial commitment of Sky. The odd PL game, access to CL and some good sports documentaries. That's enough for me & I cherry pick Sky matches on Now TV day passes.
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      I don't care if it's sky or bt. I watch it all for free on Kodi - clearly not HD but as good as the old days through a TV aerial
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      I don't care if it's sky or bt. I watch it all for free on Kodi - clearly not HD but as good as the old days through a TV aerial
      Which is great when you've spent £800 on a 1080p TV..
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      Have to say I'm pretty happy with BT. Sorry to buck the trend. It's a pretty good package for the price and well below the financial commitment of Sky. The odd PL game, access to CL and some good sports documentaries. That's enough for me & I cherry pick Sky matches on Now TV day passes.
      The rugby coverage on BT Sport is excellent. I have it just for that (and looking forward to The Ashes). I haven't seen a single CL game though, I hadn't even realised they had it ... shows how little interest I have in that competition
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      The rugby coverage on BT Sport is excellent. I have it just for that (and looking forward to The Ashes). I haven't seen a single CL game though, I hadn't even realised they had it ... shows how little interest I have in that competition
      Have they got the Ashes ?? TBH Cricket is all I have sky for, that could be a game changer!
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      The Champions League has dropped right off my radar since ITV lost the rights. I won't pay subscription fees any more, so if I'm really keen to watch a particular game (rare), or bored (not so rare), then I'll just whistle it up on Kodi. Sometimes I can get a HD stream if I get an American channel covering it (Fox or something), but I'm not overly fussed if its a bit ropey. I'm usually watching it on the laptop anyway. A bit of in-play or an acca holds my interest.

      But PAY for it ? Mmmmnah.
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      Have they got the Ashes ?? TBH Cricket is all I have sky for, that could be a game changer!
      Yes - next winter's Ashes series is on BT.

      But surely you as a Palace fan should be going where the CL rights are anyway?
      The above post is simply my opinion. I am not bullying you, should it differ from your own.

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