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Broadband ISP BT Trial TNT Sports Service Ahead of UK Rebrand

Saturday, Jun 10th, 2023 (7:29 am) - Score 5,560

Some customers of BT’s consumer products are being invited to trial TNT Sport ahead of the big rebranding under a new joint venture with Warner Bros. Discovery, which is currently scheduled to take place from 18th July. TNT Sports is the new name for BTSport – offering exclusive live TV sport (Premier League, UEFA Leagues etc.).

According to the invite for BT’s new ‘TNT Sport Rebrand Trial‘, the provider is seeking to trial the service with customers who do not currently have BTSport on their consumer account or currently have SKY TV without BTSport. “Aside from helping us iron out any bugs, we’ll obviously be covering the cost of the BT Sport package for the duration of the trial,” said the ISP.

The trial is due to start in mid-June and the timings are very tight, due to the imminent launch (ore relaunch) of the service, so it’s going to be a fairly short run.

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By Mark Jackson
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20 Responses
  1. Avatar photo dontcare says:

    Useless and waste of money TNT Sports instead of BT Sports.

    1. Avatar photo XGS Is On says:

      You okay, bro? You never seem to have anything positive to say here ever.

  2. Avatar photo Jeff Russo says:

    TNT Sports is the BOMB!!!!

  3. Avatar photo Ian says:

    They need a trial for a new logo? What?

    1. Avatar photo Scott says:

      It’s not just a logo, it’s testing new order journeys as they separate out the old product which they owned from the new one.

      Worth thinking a bit differently now and remembering that BT (EE) Consumer will effectively have a wholesale agreement with the new joint venture company.

  4. Avatar photo jason says:

    I’m a BT customer – would I be able to sign up?

    1. Avatar photo Mr Nice says:

      Why? is a couple of weeks free BT Sport that life changing?

    2. Avatar photo Ad47uk says:

      @Mr Nice, or not by the seems of it.
      He is only asking and if he can get something for free, even if it is only a trial, why not?

  5. Avatar photo Ad47uk says:

    First, I don’t follow football, I have no interest in it whatsoever. But i can understand why people try to watch their football via some streaming service, when you have matches split up over different services and both services charge stupid prices.

    I like watching Formula 1, granted not as much as i used to as once again it is getting boring, anyway I will not pay sky the silly prices to watch it, so I do get it from some streaming service, so I have to watch it after the race, but i am not that bothered.
    If it was at a decent price and I would pay for it, I would still have to watch it after the race as I can’t watch live T.V legally.

    1. Avatar photo Not Ad47uk says:

      Me Me Me….

    2. Avatar photo Ad47uk says:

      Oh, I see that above post was all about me, even where I said that I can understand why people, why people try to watch their football via some streaming service.

      Maybe you should grow up a bit.

    3. Avatar photo Tony says:

      You mentioned ‘I’ 12 times. Speaks volumes…

    4. Avatar photo Not Ad47uk says:

      Just from above.

      YOU don’t like football
      YOU watch Formula 1
      YOU won’t pay Sky TV prices
      YOU can’t watch live TV legally
      YOU use streaming services

    5. Avatar photo Ad47uk says:

      @Tony, not really, what I was trying to get over is that I don’t blame people for finding a way to watch football from other means, since they would have to pay two different companies to watch all matches they want to watch and sky-high prices.

    6. Avatar photo T says:

      This has been a fantastic read thank you all

    7. Avatar photo Declan says:

      Cheers Jeff

  6. Avatar photo Anthony says:

    The thing BT sports was good for other than its football, was its American Football content. If TNT up’s the American Football numbers – or shows all the games in 2160p. I might subscribe – as long as its no more than £15 a month for it.

    1. Avatar photo speaking the truth says:

      Don’t they already charge more than £30?

  7. Avatar photo Mark says:

    Can’t see it being that cheap, I have got a really good deal for BT sport app access as a BT customer and pay around £15 now.

  8. Avatar photo Gerald Marks says:

    TNT is the future.

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