Singtel secures EPL broadcast rights for next 3 seasons, assures prices stay unchanged

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Manchester City’s goalkeeper Ederson Moraes lifts the English Premier League trophy after the soccer match between Manchester City and Huddersfield Town at Etihad stadium in Manchester, England on 6 May, 2018. (PHOTO: AP/Rui Vieira)
Manchester City’s goalkeeper Ederson Moraes lifts the English Premier League trophy after the soccer match between Manchester City and Huddersfield Town at Etihad stadium in Manchester, England on 6 May, 2018. (PHOTO: AP/Rui Vieira)

Singapore telco giant Singtel announced on Thursday (22 November) that it has secured broadcast rights of the English Premier League (EPL) on Singtel TV for the next three seasons, starting with the 2019/2020 season.

Subscription prices will remain unchanged for the next three seasons. Currently, it costs $64.90 per month to subscribe to the mio Stadium+ package to get access to the EPL live telecasts.

Subscribers can also enjoy all 380 live EPL matches each season on Singtel’s CAST video streaming app. Fans with valid credit or debit cards can purchase the Sports Plus pack, priced at $49.90 per month, and catch the EPL action live on their mobile devices and compatible Smart TV sets without the need of a set-top box.

Singtel CEO Yuen Kuan Moon said, “The CAST Sports Plus pack was launched to bring the Premier League to more fans at home and on-the-go.

“We are pleased to continue offering fans front row seats to all the action from the English top-flight clubs. Fans can be assured Premier League coverage remains affordable as we will keep prices unchanged.”

The latest deal will mark 12 consecutive years in which Singtel TV is the official broadcaster of the popular league in Singapore. Besides EPL action, Singtel TV also broadcasts the Uefa Champions League, English FA Cup and eight other football league/cup competitions.

To catch the current and future seasons of the EPL, fans can subscribe to Singtel TV’s Value packs or call 1609. They can also subscribe to CAST Sports Plus pack at cast.sg.

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