can I use a home adapter to send btsport to my tv

  stormies 07:28 14 Dec 2014

I have recently gone on to bt broadband which includes btsport, can I use a home network adapter to send btsport to my TV

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 11:53 14 Dec 2014

I assume your hub is in a different location from the youview or vision box?

yes you should be able to connect via homeplugs through the mains wiring provided the sockets are on the same ring main (fuse box)

  stormies 12:21 14 Dec 2014

Thank you fruitbat and Beta

Modem is in the same room but is plugged in to a socket on the other side of the room, the TV is an LG about 3 years old and I cannot see a socket which would take the adapter connection which is shown on the pictures of these adapters, which appear to be the same the modem socket.

  stormies 15:49 14 Dec 2014

Thanks Beta

Thats what I will do.

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 12:44 15 Dec 2014

As you currently have a Freeview box/ TV, you will need to upgrade to either a BT Vision+ box or a YouView box to watch BT Sport on your television.

The type of box you need will depend on where you live and what services you want. You don't have to pay for the box when you sign up to BT TV, but you will have to pay a £49 'activation fee' and £10 for your viewing card.

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