BT and Sky announce latest sport channels pause and credit plans – Manchester Evening News

Premier League action returns this month with plenty still to fight for throughout the remainder of the season.

The coronavirus pandemic brought proceedings to a halt in mid-March leaving both the league and the sport in general in limbo.

In recent weeks however, the German Bundesliga’s successful behind-closed-doors resumption has paved the way in Europe with others leading leagues across the continent now set to follow suit.

While the breakdown of live Premier League games has yet to be announced, it has already been confirmed that all 92 remaining games will be broadcast live on television.

Nearly thirty of these games will be on free-to-air TV, with top-flight football back on the BBC for the first time in decades and Sky Sports offering 25 matches on their free channel ‘Pick’. The remaining games will be available on Sky, BT and Amazon.

Renewing Sky Sports

As it became clear that live football action would be off our screens for some time, Sky offered their customers the chance to pause their subscriptions until further notice.

In a recent email sent out to their customers, Sky have now announced that payments will once again be taken from June 19.

No payments will be taken for Sky Sports prior to this date and you can view your latest bill here.

Claiming BT Sport credit

BT, meanwhile, are now offering customers the ability to claim back two months’ worth of credit.

You can make use of the credit by either asking to take the amount off future bills or donating the money to the NHS Charities Together COVID-19 Urgent Appeal.

Click here to find out more information and log-in to your personal BT account.

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