Sky customers warned of big TV channel number changes TOMORROW – check now so you don’t miss your favourite shows

SKY customers have been warned to expect minor channel number changes from Tuesday.

The move comes as part of the renaming of BT Sport to TNT Sports.

TNT Sports launches on July 18th


TNT Sports launches on July 18th

So watch out, sports fans, so you don’t miss your favorite shows.

And check that all recordings you have set on your Sky box are set up correctly.

The changes only affect satellites, i.e. Sky Q viewers.

Therefore, anyone using Sky Glass or Sky Stream will not be affected.

BT Sport 1 – which will become TNT Sports 1 – will change from number 413 to 410.

BT Sport 2 – soon to be TNT Sports 2 – will rise to 411.

The respective HD versions will also be moved to 868 and 869 respectively.

This will also reshuffle Eurosport 1 and Eurosport 2.

From July 18th they can now be found at numbers 413 and 414.

Their HD counterparts will be available on 870 and 871 respectively.

“For the above steps, Smart Swap remains in place,” Sky explained.

“HD customers get the HD version of the channel with the higher EPG number.”

TNT Sports channel numbers

Here’s the full list of channel numbers as of July 18 on Sky satellite.

  • TNT Sports 1-410
  • TNT Sports 2-411
  • Eurosport 1 – 413
  • Eurosport 2 – 414

There have been no announcements of channel number changes on Virgin Media or BT TV.

Therefore, the BT Sport channels as we know them will simply switch to TNT Sports, but the content will remain the same.

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