SINGAPORE - Football fans have just a few more hours to get a discount on their World Cup subscription packages - they will pay an early-bird price of $94.16 until midnight today (May 22) and $112.35 after that.
Singtel, StarHub and Mediacorp are in a three-way partnership to beam the upcoming 64-match finals in Russia from June 14 to July 15.
The rates are the same as those four years ago, the first time there is no price hike for World Cup subscription in Singapore since fans first paid for the service in 2002.
Viewers here will be able to enjoy nine key matches - the opener, five group games, both semi-finals and the final - on free-to-air television with Mediacorp, five more than in previous years.
Singtel TV customers who sign up for or renew their Trio, Variety or Value Pack packages on a 24-month contract can watch the games for free.
StarHub customers who subscribe to the World Cup package will be able to watch them on television via StarHub TV and mobile devices on the StarHub Go app, from which StarHub Mobile postpaid customers can stream with no local data charge.