It'll Cost You SGD88 To Watch Euro 2016
BY Patrick Chew | Apr 22, 2016 | Film & TV
Bad news: The 2015/16 Barclays Premier League season comes to an end next month.
Good news: UEFA Euro 2016 kicks off June 10—a month-long 51-match football tournament that has expanded from 16 to 24 European nations, with first-timers such as Iceland, Northern Ireland and Wales going up against the likes of Germany, Spain, Italy and Belgium.
Bad news: Singtel has just announced its Euro 2016 package—one-time charge of SGD88 to watch all matches live, a 26 percent increase compared to Euro 2014.
Good news: StarHub has also secured braodcast rights for Euro 2016, and has yet to release pricing details.
Bad news: We've got a sneaky feeling it won't be any cheaper.