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Why is BT sport not free via Youview?

Update:11-30Source: network consolidation
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Though Bt has made BT sport totally free for BT broadband users via Sky if you want to watch via Youview you have to subscribe to a BT TV package. Why is this?

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Sounds as if your minimum period contract has ended, and you may find that you've lost other special prices. You have to renegotiate a fresh minimum period to keep BT Sport free and get the best deal - call the Options Team on 0800 800 030.
This is from the BT Sport Terms and Conditions:
The Options Team should be able to tell you if the charge for BT Sport has been introduced for any other reason, like an error.
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