Sky Sports are now giving subscribers an option to pause their packages while the coronavirus forces the shut down of sport
Premier League and EFL fixtures have been suspended until April 30 – but discussions have been ongoing about how to reschedule matches well beyond that if and when it is safe.
England’s cricket tour to Sri Lanka, rugby union and rugby league, netball, formula one and golf have also been called off.
Stoke City fans have seen eight games postponed, with what should have been their final-day clash with Nottingham Forest on May 2 the only game going ahead as things stand.
The worldwide health crisis is putting pressure on the whole economy and many Sky customers had been asking for leniency about their monthly tarriff.
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Sky have now made it available to pause your subscription until live sport returns.
It said in a statement earlier this week: “While we expect that many of the recently postponed sports events will eventually go ahead, if you wish to pause your sports subscription in the meantime you will not be charged a fee to do so or be held to any notice period.
“Meanwhile we continue to provide high quality content across all of our 11 sports channels.”
You can pause your subscription both online and by calling the firm’s helpline.
Others sports broadcasters, such as BT Sport, are yet to confirm if they will follow suit.