Optus to launch 24-hour EPL channel…but only for its own customers

Unless you’re an Optus customer, you’ll have to make do with one EPL game a week on SBS.

CNET March 17, 2016

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Optus to launch 24-hour EPL channel…but only for its own customers
The telco is getting the most out of its EPL rights, with a 24-hour channel for live games and an EPL website and app. But unless you’re an Optus customer, you’ll have to make do with one game a week on SBS. READ MORE »
Claire Reilly
Senior Writer / Sydney

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