BT Sport - no longer free
Of course, this is BT trying to claw back some money after throwing it around for football rights. Sky, of course, coughed up £1.4bn for Premier League rights, which saw BT throwing £320 million per season, at it.
Plans have been leaked and it looks like BT's customers will soon have to pay a little extra, which is particularly galling if you consider that some of the money will end up in Robbie Savage's pocket - is there no justice in the world?
It isn't clear if this money will be a blanket charge for all those wanting to watch BT Sports, or whether it'll be for a premium service that includes the UEFA Champions League and Europa League matches, which of course, BT won the rights for last year.
BT aren't commenting on the rumours, saying that they will be revealing their plans "in due course". That means they definitely want to announce something, and with money to make back, it looks like a price rise for those who want in.
BT Sport have announced the launch on a new pay channel to host their European matches next season - some customers will have it included in their existing package while some will have to pay an extra £5 to watch games from the Champions and Europa League.
On the channel, the presenting and punditry teams will see some new faces, in Rio Ferdinand, Steven Gerrard, Glenn Hoddle, and MOTD's Gary Lineker will be on presenting duties.