BT sports have revealed plans to increase their prices of some of their services which will dramatically affect BT Sport users are among those affected by the changes.
The confirmed that the increases are coming to landline and broadband services too.
While BT said they’ll be writing to customers over the next two months to explain how the price changes – which come into effect on January 7, 2018 – will impact them personally, some users have already received e-mails containing details. BT Sport users can expect to pay another £3 a month for the service, while BT Sport HD users can expect to pay an extra £1.50 a month.
Check out some twitter reaction to this below.
— James Gordon (@jdgsport) November 16, 2017
That’ll be @btsport increasing prices almost 20% right before Christmas. Cancellation beckons for many i’d imagine, possibly myself included
— Jamie Beatson (@jamiebeatson) November 16, 2017
— Chris Cooper (@COOPSthereitis4) November 16, 2017
Won’t be watching the Ashes then. Wish @btsport would just @#& off. Thank goodness for Test Match Special.
— Andrew Lawton (@aslawton) November 16, 2017
@btsport So I sign up for a deal and you greedy b**tards our up the price on the sport pack by £1.50 and the HD pack by £1.50. Absolute thieves. 😡😡😡
— 🍩 Andy 🍩 (@OrientMeatPie) November 16, 2017