Your Sky subscription is about to get more expensive
Sky are about to put up their prices by 10% as of September. On the cheapest deal, this means paying an extra £2 per month, which isn't so bad. If you have the top-end deal, with all bells and whistles, that's be an increase which will take your bill over the £70 mark, according to reports.
Not only that, ESPN & ESPN Classic will be dropped by Sky after 31st July, after the channels were bought by Sky's rivals, BT.
BT, of course, are going after Sky's sporting crown and have launched two sports channels offering live Premier League and European football.
Of course, Sky customers can still watch BT Sports channels, but they'll need to pay £12 per month while BT broadband customers get the channels for free.
The question here is: Will Sky subscribers be willing to switch to BT or does it all feel a bit tin-pot?