Come and experience all the exhilarating action from the Premier League on us.
From Friday 21st April - Tuesday 2nd May, we’re giving you the opportunity to try Optus Sport and catch all the action from the latest round of the Premier League, on us. Available to both Optus customers and non-Optus customers, this offer gives you the chance to experience everything Optus Sport has to offer before you subscribe.
As we head towards the end of this year’s Premier League season, you’ll be able to enjoy all of this week’s exciting live match action where the race for the top spot is really heating up. Tottenham and Chelsea will be looking to secure vital wins that could determine who finishes first overall, plus you won’t want to miss the Manchester derby where both teams will be battling for a finishing place that would grant them a coveted spot in the Champions League. Elsewhere Hull City and Swansea both have winnable home games that just might save them from relegation. To find the full Premier League schedule for this week’s fixtures, just head to our blog post here.
You’ll also experience the world class punditry from our top football presenters, Richard Bayliss, Mel McLaughlin, Mark Schwarzer and Michael Bridges and catch the rest of our acclaimed content including: exclusive videos you won’t find anywhere else, current and former player interviews and your favourite matches from previous years.
And if you’re an Optus customer on an eligible mobile plan, you can stream any content on Optus Sport without using the data in your plan – how good is that? Please note: data-free streaming of Optus Sport content is not available to non-Optus customers and data charges may apply.
To sign up and take advantage of this incredible offer, head to: optus.com.au/plpass. Please be aware that signups are limited and will be offered on a first come, first served basis - so get in quick.
If you have any questions, just ask the Crowd below or check out our Help and Support page here.
Please note: Premier League is for personal viewing in Australia only.
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