Fetch TV beefs up sports coverage with a new beIN offer

Posted: 1 August 2018 1:36 pm
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Fetch's new standalone sports subscription goes up against Optus Sport.

It's been quite the year for sports coverage in Australia, with cricket coverage nabbed by Seven and Foxtel back in April and Optus Sport's now infamous coverage of the FIFA World Cup 2018. Now, Fetch is looking to take back some of its sporting glory by bolstering its sports offering with a new standalone Sports Pack that includes three beIN sports channels.

The new pack gives Fetch users access to football, with Series A, La Liga, Bundesliga, Ligue 1, the English Championship, Carabao Cup and more; International Test rugby, with November's Wallabies and All Black tests and the Six Nations Championship; and tennis, with the WTA Tour, Davis Cup and the Fed Cup, all of which are broadcast in HD at no additional cost.

Sports fans don't need to subscribe to any other Fetch package to access beIN Sports, which comes at $19.95 per month (with a limited time offer at $14.95 per month until September) and can be cancelled at any time with no nasty fees for opting out.


For more information on Fetch TV, check out our comprehensive guide to the channels and deals on offer.

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