You can now watch Women’s AFL matches live on your phone

Matt Sayer 24 January 2018 NEWS


If you're a Telstra customer, you won't have to worry about using up your monthly data, either.

Telstra has been working with the AFL for a while now, offering free subscriptions to the AFL Live Pass streaming service with its mobile plans for footy fans who want to watch the game on-the-go.

With the long-awaited launch of the Women's AFL competition last year, Telstra is now extending its partnership to include the AFLW, too. To kick off the 2018 season, Australia's largest telco has developed an official AFLW mobile app for streaming every AFLW game live to both Android and Apple devices. Along with live streams of the matches, the app also features up-to-the-minute scores and stats, current AFLW news and player profiles across the league.

While the app is completely free for non-Telstra customers too, anyone with a Telstra mobile plan will enjoy data-free streaming of each and every match – something that is especially handy if you've got a fancy new smartphone with a high-resolution screen.

You can download the Official AFLW app for Android devices through Google Play and for Apple devices through the App Store.

If you want to enjoy data-free streaming of AFLW matches, or a free AFL Live Pass, you can compare Telstra's mobile plans in the table below:

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