Calling all sports fans! BT Sport is now live on Virgin TV (channels 529-530 and 547-550) giving you the chance to tune in to some of the biggest games and matches on the planet. And the even better news is BT Sport comes at no extra cost with our TV XL package, which you get with our Premiere and VIP Collections.
With BT Sport you can enjoy all the action in stunning high definition with BT Sport 1 HD, BT Sport 2 HD and ESPN HD. That means our TV XL package now has an impressive 38 HD channels. And, if you choose our VIP Collection, you’ll enjoy the superstar treatment with 51 HD channels.
Don’t worry if you don’t have an HD TV, you can still enjoy BT Sport 1, BT Sport 2 and ESPN with BT Sport.
Here’s what you can look forward to with BT Sport:
Big name presenters and pundits on BT Sport include Jake Humphrey, who presents Barclays Premier League coverage, former England internationals Rio Ferdinand and Michael Owen, rugby union expert Lawrence Dallaglio, and Clare Balding, who hosts her own weekly show.
from just £59.25 a month
for the first six months
then just £86.25 a month
+ Virgin Phone line for £15.99 a month
£50 a month
for the first 6 months
then £104.45 a month
+ Virgin Phone line
(£15.99 a month)
18 month contract
Ready to buy the VIP Collection with all the sports?
If you choose our TV XL package you’ll get BT Sport included at no extra cost. See our TV packages.
Or if you fancy a different package you can add BT Sport for just £15 a month. Simply order online and tick the box called BT Sport & ESPN under 'Add other extra channels' when you're checking out.
If you’re a TV XL customer, you've already got BT Sport. Just tune in on channels 529 – 530 and 547 – 550.
For all our other Virgin TV customers, you can add BT Sport to your package for just £15 a month. To order or upgrade give us a call on 0845 045 0588 or dial 150 from your Virgin home phone.
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