With apps for streaming football for Smartphone and Tablets, you can watch the Premier League Season on the go. BT and Sky have recently doled out a whopping sum of £5.18 billion on TV rights, for football enthusiasts to enjoy full actions from the beautiful game of Football on their Smartphone and Tablets on the move.
As it has always been the case, Sky will host quite a lot of live Premier League games than any broadcaster this 2015/16 football season. The Sky Sports coverage will comprise of 116 live games as against the 38 offered by BT Sport. While that score would mean a win for sky in foot-balling standard, it is not only a simple numbers game.
Fans will be able to watch Premier League Season conveniently with apps for streaming football for Smartphone and Tablets because Sky has every right to 127 Football League fixtures, including Monday Night football, the games fixed for mid-week and Friday, prime Saturday and Sunday kick-offs. However, BT has the trump card of exclusive Champion League Coverage.
You can register or sign up to any of the two apps for streaming football for Smartphone and Tablets to watch action packed game of soccer, even while in your car or on the move. As far as pricing is concerned, joining Sky Sports to watch live matches on the go will cost you £45.50 per month or £546 per year if you are a new customer. Adding Sports to the current package you have with Sky is only £25.50 more every 30 days.
Sky also provides access to dedicated club channels for extra £7 per month, per club, provided that you are a fan of certain big clubs like Manchester United, Liverpool, or Chelsea.
You can also include the BT Sport channels to your Sky package for free to watch live games on your Smartphone and Tablets. To avail this particular offer, you must be an existing BT Broadband customer.
On the other hand, if you want to include BT Sport channels to your existing Sky plan to enjoy the games on the on your mobile devices but not a BT Broadband customer, you will be charged additional £19.99 per month.
The good news for you as an existing BT Broadband customer is that you can watch BT Sport for free through apps for streaming football for Smartphone and Tablets, which is the best solution for you, if you are not accepted by the first-party plans of BT or Sky, and you don’t want to miss every bit of the action.