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BT Sport app to close on Thursday

BT Sport app to close on Thursday
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The. BT Sport app will officially closed, with TNT Sports content now available via the discovery+ app.

The BT Sport app will officially be retired on Thursday, with all former BT Sport content now available as part of the discovery+ app.

The change has been in the offing since BT rebranded as TNT Sports in July - a move that saw BT's channels brought under the same stable as Discovery's Eurosport.

All existing TNT Sports customers will get access to the discovery+ app for no additional charge - and in the case of customers who subscribe to TNT through Sky, the change means that for the first time they will be able to access enhanced app features such as different camera angles, key moments and on-demand game replays.

The process to transition to discovery+ for existing subscribers can be started on this special website.

Watch a video explaining the changes below:

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