Football fans can watch the new English Premier League season for free if they sign up to selected Optus plans by July 31 that start as low as $30 per month for 12 months.
Premier League subscriptions are available from today and are available with a range of Optus products including postpaid mobile plans, SIM-only plans, mobile broadband and home broadband plans.
If you’re an existing Optus customer, you can also sign up for the 2016/2017 EPL season if you have an eligible service. You can check your eligibility online at www.optus.com.au/epl from today.
And if you live in an area where you cannot access Optus broadband service, you can still catch all the action by adding a Yes TV by Fetch Mini device to an eligible mobile plan for an extra $5 a month and connect it to any other Australian fixed broadband network.
So how do you watch it?
Optus customer subscribing to the EPL will be able to watch the action through the Premier League app on their mobile device as well as on their computer and their TV.
Customers can register up to four devices to watch Premier League matches with users also able to stream on one mobile device while watching simultaneously on Yes TV by Fetch.
The Premier League app will also be available on selected smart TVs soon. We’ll provide details for smart TV owners as soon as they are announced.
To watch on your computer, you simply log in to the dedicated Premier League website to watch games live and on demand and explore stats and the latest news.
With the Premier League subscription through Optus, you can watch every match and every team live, watch on demand matches and highlight packages,
And customers accessing the service via their Optus services can stream all of the action data free so it doesn’t impact on your monthly data allowance.
The free EPL by Optus subscription offer ends on July 31 so you better get your boots on.