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BT has marked the first anniversary of its reinvention as a sports broadcaster with a time-limited promotion on TV and broadband deals.

To mark BT’s Sport’s first birthday, all customers signing up online for its BT Infinity, Calls and TV Entertainment bundle qualify for a free Sainsbury’s Gift Card of £100.

Priced £27 per month (plus line rental) over 18 months, this includes free BT Sport to watch on your TV, laptop or mobile device, a further 18 channels, including National Geographic and Fox, as well as a fibre broadband service with a maximum speed of 76Mbps.

You’ll also get free calls at weekends, unlimited downloads, along with a free YouView box for enjoying on-demand TV and streaming services and a free HomeHub 4 wireless router.

Choose BT’s Unlimited Broadband, Calls and TV Essential package for 18 months and you’ll get a free £50 voucher.

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More affordably pitched at £13 per month and £21 thereafter (plus monthly line rental of £11.75), this offers BT Sport on mobile devices and online (but not on your TV) and a broadband connection with a headline speed of up to 16Mbps.

A free HomeHub 4 is also included, as is a free YouView box with access to over 70 Freeview channels, as well as use of catch-up services, such as iPlayer, and streaming services.

The voucher giveaway comes after BT announced BT Sport and its menu of live coverage of games from the Premier League, Aviva Premiership Rugby and the NBA will be free to customers for a second year.

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