Broadband provider Plusnet is now offering customers the chance to add BT Sport to their Sky TV boxes for just £5,99 per month, or £7.49 in HD.
Although Plusnet is owned by BT, the brand is run as a separate entity and does not always offer the same services as its parent company.
BT offers the channels free to customers who buy broadband from its main brand.
Although it signed a wholesale agreement with Virgin Media allowing the cable firm to re-sell the channels, BT has so far not signed a similar deal with Sky, the UK’s largest pay-TV provider.
Instead it sells the channels direct, charging Sky TV customers without BT broadband £12 per month (£15 for HD). Sky customers with BT broadband can add the channels to their box for free, subject to a one-off activation fee.
However the ISP’s prices are less than half what BT charges non-BT broadband customers to access BT Sport on their Sky boxes, meaning Plusnet’s customers will still make a saving.