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Telstra postpaid customers can score a heavily discounted Kayo Sports subscription

Posted: 20 February 2020 4:45 pm
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New or returning Telstra postpaid sign-ups can save $10 per month on a Kayo Sports Basic subscription until the end of June.

From now until 30 June, Telstra mobile customers have access to a great deal on Kayo Sports, the popular sports streaming service. If you purchase a new Telstra postpaid plan, you'll be able to grab a Kayo Basic subscription for just $15 per month, down from $25, and keep that discounted price for a year.

Kayo is a specialised streaming platform that offers access to over 50 sports, including live and recorded footage of everything from basketball and football all the way to lawn bowls. On a Basic subscription, you'll be able to stream your favourite sports teams and games on two devices simultaneously.

If you've been meaning to grab Kayo Sports, but have been put off by the price or just want to save on your current subscription, jump on this deal – discounts for Kayo don't come around often, and this cuts the price almost in half. Check out our in-depth comparison of Telstra's postpaid mobile plans, pick the one you want and sign up through Telstra before 30 June to knock $120 off a year's worth of Kayo Basic.

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