EE mobile customers can get six months free BT Sport

Thanks to a new partnership between EE and BT, EE mobile customers will be able to get six months free access to the BT Sport app. The offer, which begins from 27 July, is available to both new and existing customers on pay-monthly EE plans.

Access to the app means being able to stream coverage from all the BT Sport channels - BT Sport 1, BT Sport 2, BT Sport Europe, and ESPN - both live and on-demand, as well as highlights and interviews, fixtures, goal alerts, and of course the results.

Videos even have interactive timelines to plot all the "significant moments" of each game so you won't miss anything when you're catching up.

It's come at an opportune time considering that the 2016/17 Premier League is about to start, but BT Sport also offers coverage of the UEFA Champions and Europa Leagues, Aviva Premiership Rugby, MotoGP, Hockey Champions Trophies, Hockey World League Finals, and more.

Marc Allera, CEO of EE, said: "Our customers have been telling us for a long time that they are watching more and more sport on the go, and this summer's European Championship football tournament has driven traffic peaks that we've never seen before.

"Now, as part of BT Group, we are able to offer customers the chance to watch the very best in live domestic and European sport when out and about… EE customers will be able to watch Premier League football while on Hackney Marshes, or the America's Cup in the middle of Lake Windermere."

EE promises that access to BT Sport is "the first of a series of BT benefits" that the network's customers will have in the future - so keep your eyes peeled for more BT-related goodies, whatever they may be.

The BT Sport app is available on iOS, Android, and Windows 10 smartphones and tablets. The EE offer gives you six months' free access, and after that it'll cost £5 per month as a rolling 30-day add-on, though you can of course cancel it whenever you want. Go to ee.co.uk/btsportoffer for details.

Source: EE

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