EE customers offered cut-priced BT Sport and free way to watch it on their TV

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EE customers can currently treat themselves to three months of sporting action from BT Sport at a hugely discount price. The UK network has just revealed a new bundle called ‘BT Sport in a Box’ which not only includes access to the popular app but also a free Google Chromecast allowing the footage to be beamed to TVs.

This bundle costs £45 which is pretty good value considering that it features inclusive 4G data and the useful Google Chromecast dongle.

This device plugs into your TV allowing users to stream shows from the web or display content from smartphones and tablets on the big screen.

If you enjoy the first three months of BT Sport then there’s more good news as new and existing EE pay monthly mobile or tablet customers can also claim a separate three months’ free access to BT Sport, with inclusive data.

If customers haven’t yet enjoyed their first three free months of BT Sport, it will be added to their BT Sport in a Box subscription, giving them a total of six months’ access.

Additionally, as part of Entertainment on EE, EE pay monthly mobile customers have access to the full line-up of BT Sport channels: BT Sport 1, BT Sport 2, BT Sport 3, BT Sport ESPN, and their HD versions.

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Once the free deal has ended you’ll then need to pay the monthly fee for the BT Sport app.

EE says that the BT Sport app access is available on a 30-day subscription so customers can stop the offer at any time – meaning they only pay for the months of sporting action they actually want.

New of this new bundle comes as EE has also added a new feature, known as Set Up Safe, to all of its Pay Monthly customers nationwide.

The free service is designed to help parents quickly set-up safety features on their children’s smartphones, including a block on pornography and other adult content, spending caps, and a block on calls and texts to premium phone numbers.

Speaking about the new addition to EE customers, Internet Matters CEO Carolyn Bunting said: “While the connected world provides huge benefits to young people, there are undoubtedly risks, and therefore technical tools such as EE’s Set Up Safe go a long way to stop children seeing inappropriate content or having unwanted contact.

“We would always encourage parents to apply age-appropriate safety settings to their child’s devices as they help to create a digital environment where children can safely learn, create and socialise. But it’s essential parents don’t rely solely on technical tools as there is no substitute to having an open dialogue with your child from a very young age and staying in tune with their digital world.”

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