Optus Sport to broadcast UEFA Champions League

Tuesday 18 September 2018 | 07:48 CET | News

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Australian operator Optus has announced it will broadcast the UEFA Champions League live and exclusive on Optus Sport. Optus Sport will broadcast all matches, starting this Wednesday and continuing through until the final in 2019. To access all of Optus Sport content, customers can subscribe to Optus Sport for AUD 14.99 per month or take up an eligible Optus plan where it can be added as an optional extra for no cost.

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite
Companies: Optus
Countries: Australia
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