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BT denies squeezing customers after paying £1.2bn for Champions League

Published on Monday 6th of March 2017 08:53:05 AM in Guardian

BT has denied customers are being forced to foot the bill for its £1.2bn Champions League football rights deal as it imposes inflation-busting price rises for its broadband and phone services.The group has paid a blockbuster £1.18bn to fend off Sky and secure the exclusive rights ...

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