BT has sweetened several of its broadband and TV deals on the back of securing exclusive rights for UEFA Champions League coverage, with customers now able to get on board from £5 a month.
It has been a busy summer for the company, with Gary Lineker recently confirmed as the face of its European football coverage, ahead of the launch of new channel BT Sports Europe.
This latest round of deals is likely to be another boost for BT Sport, which - along with its Champions League coverage - will also show 42 live Premier League fixtures for the 2015/16 season and 69 live Aviva Premiership rugby games.
As well as receiving BT Sports 1 and 2, ESPN, and BT Sports Europe, subscribers to BT's £5 bundle can enjoy over 80 Freeview channels, along with unlimited 17Mb broadband and an exclusive £40 Sainsbury's gift card.
Alternatively, for an extra £15 a month, customers can enjoy an extra 25 premium channels and unlimited 38Mb broadband.
Both deals are subject to a £35 activation fee and line rental of £16.99 a month.