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July 15, 2008

Setanta is free with BT


by David Allen

In an attempt to increase their customer base, BT are offering to give away the premium digital sports channel, Setanta Sport 1, free to customers signing up for the various BT Vision package deals.

With prices starting at just £14 per month for the Bronze package with BT, this deal could mean that the situation is right for certain broadband customers, whose contracts are almost up, to consider a switch to BT.

After all, with Sky, subscribers will need to pay a monthly fee to watch Setanta, which is highly likely because from this year the channel will be showing around forty six live Barclays Premier League football games, World Cup qualifiers, live matches from the FA Cup, sixty live Clydesdale Bank Premier League games, live US PGA Tour Gold, and live World Championship boxing.

For some fans, the cost of Sky and then the Setanta monthly fee may just push them to consider switching providers.

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