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February
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BT Sport makes Exeter Chiefs v Bath Rugby available for all

BT Sport has today announced that it will be making this Saturday’s Aviva Premiership Rugby clash between Exeter Chiefs and Bath Rugby available for anyone to watch. Viewers in the UK and Northern Ireland can watch the game online at btsport.com or on Sky and Virgin TV. BT Sport subscribers on BT TV will be able to watch as usual. 

Viewers can watch Exeter Chiefs v Bath Rugby on BT TV (507/510/58), Sky (413/426), Virgin (547/549) from 3pm – 5:30pm this Saturday (3.15pm kick off). Anyone can watch the game online by going to btsport.com/freerugby 

Simon Green, Head of BT Sport said “We want to give more people the opportunity to experience all the excitement of Aviva Premiership Rugby and see just how good our coverage is. Making games available for all to watch has proved to be extremely popular, our last free game Gloucester v Worcester achieved an average in match audience of 134,000. This is a fantastic way of giving even more people a taste of BT Sport.” 
Dominic Hayes, Premiership Rugby’s Commercial Director said: “The match is already sold out so it is great news for all Aviva Premiership Rugby fans that it can be screened to as wide an audience as possible. The 

Chiefs’ story is one of the most compelling since the game turned professional and in this match they will be facing one of Aviva Premiership Rugby’s traditional powerhouses.” 

BT Sport is free with BT Broadband. TV customers require a set top box: for BT TV customers this is a YouView box with BT Infinity, for Sky TV customers this is via Sky’s digital satellite platform. Customers taking BT 

Sport via Sky’s digital satellite platform can access the channels with just one call to BT. TV customers who receive the channels via BT TV with BT Infinity or on the Sky digital satellite platform have the option of receiving the channels in HD for just £3 a month. Virgin Media XL TV customers can access BT Sport as part of their packages; Virgin Media also offers the channels as a standalone premium service to TV customers who do not take the XL pack. 

Customers without BT Broadband can also receive the channels through the Sky Digital Satellite platform for £15 per month in high definition or £12 in standard definition. There is no requirement for customers to take a Sky TV subscription as BT Sport is retailed by BT. 

For more information or to order BT Sport, customers should call 0800 400 440 or visit: www.btsport.com. 

Follow @BTSport on Twitter for the latest news and for exclusive behind-the-scenes access and competitions, see BT Sport on Facebook 

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