BT Plus customers can choose from four new 5G plans offering 12GB, 30GB, 60GB or 200GB of mobile date with prices starting from £45 per month. All handset plans also include access to the BT Sport app.
Launching in November, Halo from BT follows the success of the BT Plus service which promises to keep customers connected at all times, even when their home broadband experiences problems.
In a bid to tackle this managers had previously promised to answer 100% of calls in the UK and Ireland by the end of 2020, but today they revealed this would now be achieved by January 2020.
A dedicated recorder with built-in storage will always offer a better experience compared to either of the above and the T3-R operates at the top end of what the market currently has to offer.
Replacing the BT Sport 4K channel, BT Sport Ultimate can deliver ultra-high-definition (UHD) and high dynamic range (HDR) pictures and, exclusively via BT TV, Dolby Atmos sound.