BT Sport – A Tech No Logical Guide

How to watch BT Sport

Go to the BT Sport website and select the game of the day, 20 minutes before the kick off to allow for any difficulties that may arise.

Log in to BT Sport account as requested, then click on required game. At this point, you will be encouraged to click the ‘watch now’ button.

Get redirected to the ‘My BT’ page, requesting your BT User name and password.

Website instructs you that either your user name or password is incorrect.

Try an alternative password. Website instructs you that either your user name or password is incorrect.

Try an alternative, alternative password. Website instructs you that either your user name or password is incorrect.

Ask for a change of password. BT Sport request an email address, which must be the one that’s your user name. Nope.

Decide to create a new ‘My BT’ account. Give email, name, address, mobile phone number, post code and security question answer. Be directed to a page that asks for your BT account number. Look up BT account number on email, but unable to identify due to security reasons. BT website suggest that you look at a paper bill to identify BT account number. No paper bills are sent because you have requested email billing. In order to view your digital bill, you have to log in to your ‘MyBT’ account. Which you need your BT account number to log into.

Swear loudly for the eighth time today.

Give up and try a dodgy internet feed with a bad, jittery picture and a deluge of viral feeds so vast that you can almost hear your firewall creaking. Turn off and try BT again.

Shout at your laptop, “I’VE WATCHED BT SPORT ON YOU BEFORE.” Take a deep breath and check the half time score.

Shout at your wife. Allow her to shout back. Return to the laptop, hoping she may be able to help. Find out that your team are two goals down.

Go back to BT Sport and try once more with the same result. Look longingly at your wife, who is consulting her ipad.

Consider listening to the last 15 minutes on the radio before your wife discovers an email she sent you 5 months ago with the BT Sport user name. Which is completely different from the one you’ve been trying.

Go back to ‘My BT’ page, type in correct user name and password. Password rejected since you have changed it using the email address which now doesn’t correlate with this particular password.

Try an alternative password. Website instructs you that either your user name or password is incorrect.

Try an alternative, alternative password. Website instructs you that either your user name or password is incorrect.

Consider self harming or serial killing.

Try password that your wife gave you 5 months ago.

Wait whilst BT Sport page loads.

Wait whilst BT Sport shows ‘watch now’ button, then click.

Wait for fine, high definition pictures to appear.

Settle down to watch Michael Owen‘s post match analysis of the best game of the season.

Instantly forget ‘My BT’ user name and password.

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About ruralspaceman

A man trapped inside a middle aged body still tries to be hip and trendy. Actually, no he doesn't. He says it as he sees it. as long as it's not too controversial. Living with his wife, Lady Barton St Mary, two children, Miss Katherine and Master Johnny in Randall Towers, he is constantly frustrated by the mechanisms of modern life and the issues raised by being the husband of a high flying executive and member of the aristocracy. All he wants is a quiet life and a full set of Deal or No Deal DVDs. Please help him.
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