10
March
2016
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14:30
Europe/Amsterdam

Earn commission with a new BT Sport scheme for offshore industry

Summary

Members of a new scheme launched by BT Sport can earn commission by referring potential new offshore industry customers for its sport TV channels, such as oil rigs and yachts.

 

Members of a new scheme launched by BT Sport can earn commission by referring potential new offshore industry customers for its sport TV channels, such as oil rigs and yachts.

BT Sport wants companies who are already delivering services to offshore businesses to join its new Referrer Commission Scheme. Once a company joins, they can refer prospective commercial customers to BT Sport and if those customers sign up, the company is eligible for a commission payment.

There is no limit to how much members can earn from the scheme with each signed up customer equivalent to one month’s subscription value excluding VAT in commission. For example, a company referring an oil rig with 50 cabins to BT Sport could earn £635 in commission.

Bruce Cuthbert, director commercial customers, BT Sport said: “I’m really pleased to announce the launch of our Referrer Commission Scheme today. Not only can companies who join the scheme earn commission, they can also manage a customer relationship from requirements, equipment installation and service through to content provision. BT Sport offers really great value for the offshore sector.”

“This season we have more than doubled the number of games we offer involving Premier League clubs and up to 223 UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League matches means 49 more mid-week match nights on BT Sport for commercial premises.”

To sign up for Referrer Commission Scheme please visit btsport.groups@bt.com.