Customers signing up to Netflix with BT TV will see Netflix integrated into their BT bill, which BT says is a first for Netflix in the UK, delivering Infinity Broadband, BT TV and Netflix in one package.
The £5.99 package is based on BT Infinity being offered for free for the first six months along with the BT TV Starter Pack. BT Infinity will then be available for £15 a month, taking the cost of the bundle, including access to Netflix, to £20.99.
The new offer includes BT’s new mini YouView box, which provides access to up to 70 Freeview TV and radio channels, as well as access to BT TV’s Box Office service and BT Sport.
“Our new package will give customers even more unmissable content. Customers will be able to enjoy must-see Netflix shows and original series like Orange is the New Black and Marco Polo, free BT Sport with live Barclays Premier League, the latest movies to rent or own from BT Box Office, and more Freeview catch-up than Sky. We’re delighted to be offering our customers a wide range of must-see content at a great value price and with the convenience of a single bill,” said Delia Bushell, Managing Director of BT TV and BT Sport.
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