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Optus
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Watch the NBA Playoffs on Fetch and ESPN

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The 2019 NBA Playoffs tip off on Fetch with the Philadelphia 76ers hosting the Brooklyn Nets on ESPN 14 April @ 4:30am. Watch local hero Ben Simmons take on ex-Laker and most improved D'angelo Russell in a tough Eastern Conference battle.

For the best seat in the house connect to our $99 Home Broadband Plan that Includes Unlimited Data with the Fetch Mighty box, and one premium Channel Pack. Choose the Vibe Pack to get access to the NBA on ESPN.

Want to watch but you don’t have our Internet at home? Alternatively, you can add a Fetch Mini box to an eligible post-paid mobile plan for $5 extra per month and subscribe to the Vibe Channel Pack for an additional $6 per month. Find out more here

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Ray_YC
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Re: Watch the NBA Playoffs on Fetch and ESPN

Go Jazz! #TakeNote

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Jeneral__Pain
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Re: Watch the NBA Playoffs on Fetch and ESPN

I don't understand you lot with your "ball sports".

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newline
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Re: Watch the NBA Playoffs on Fetch and ESPN

Um - there is no $80 broadband plan and the only plan with a Fetch Mighty currently being offered is $99.

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Optus
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Re: Watch the NBA Playoffs on Fetch and ESPN

Apologies @newline we've updated the link to the current plan.

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