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Backlash over Champions’ League deal – Will £900m BT football bid mean hikes?

The telecoms giant, which runs a TV arm, is understood to have bid double the offer of rival broadcaster Sky for three years of Champion’s League matches

BT was last night facing a growing backlash for paying almost £900 million to secure exclusive rights for Champions League football matches.

The telecoms giant had already said its ten million customers would see monthly package costs rise by up to 6.5 per cent from January 4.

But it is feared they may now suffer further price hikes to pay for the football deal.

 

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