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From the end of the month, EE customers can get six months of free BT Sport, thanks to a new offer.

EE customers on pay monthly mobile handset, tablet and SIM-only deals can snap up six months' free access to the BT Sport app, starting on July 27th. This lets customers watch all the BT Sport channels live on their smartphone or tablet, or stream highlights over Wi-Fi or their data plan whenever they like.

It will let them watch every match from the UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League, 42 Premiership League matches, the Emirates FA Cup, UFC, and Aviva Premiership Rugby, among other sports.

It will also include interviews, video diaries, fixtures, results and league tables.

The offer is the first of a series of BT benefits to be unveiled, now that BT owns EE.

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"Our customers have been telling us for a long time that they are watching more and more sport on the go, and this summer's European Championship football tournament has driven traffic peaks that we've never seen before," said Marc Allera, CEO of EE. "Now, as part of BT Group, we are able to offer customers the chance to watch the very best in live domestic and European sport when out and about.

"With our ambition to reach 95 per cent of the geography of the UK by 2020, EE customers will be able to watch Premier League football while on Hackney Marshes, or the America's Cup in the middle of Lake Windermere."

The offer will be promoted with a series of adverts featuring Kevin Bacon alongside BT Sport ambassadors Rio Ferdinand, Jose Mourinho and Harry Redknapp.

To find out more, head here.

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