SINGAPORE, 2022,  JUNE 23 – StarHub ensured fans that subscription fees to watch the 2022/23 season of the English Premier League (EPL) will be the lowest in years, this after securing a six-season deal as Singapore’s official broadcaster.

Existing Mobile Postpaid, Home Broadband and TV+ customers with plans that cost more than $15 a month will be able to catch all 380 games ‘LIVE’ and pre-season friendlies at $24.99 per month; while non-StarHub users will pay $39.99, via the newly launched over-the-top service (OTT) Premier+. No minimum contract is required for both options.

Two games per match day will be broadcasted in 4K UHD quality, with such matches labelled as “UHD LIVE” on the electronic programme guide for easy identification. The remaining matches will be available on StarHub in Full HD.

Premier League fans will also be delighted to know that StarHub have extended their early bird offers ($5 off monthly fee at $19.99 and $34.99) which ran from 9 June, 10:00am to 30 June, 11:59pm for existing and new subscribers. This extension will give customers who wish to cancel their Singtel subscription ample time to make arrangements while avoiding early termination charges.

By taking up these limited-time offers, Premier+ customers will get virtual front-row seats to football friendlies and teaser content on StarHub TV+ from July. This includes the exciting Standard Chartered Singapore Trophy 2022 between Liverpool FC and Crystal Palace FC at the National Stadium, ‘LIVE’ on 15 July 2022.

Do note that StarHub’s Premier+ does not include other English competitions like Community Shield, League Cup and FA Cup. Subscribers who are keen on other European football leagues such as the Bundesliga, LaLiga, Ligue 1, and Serie A, as well as other top-tier sporting events can take up its Sports+ package at $24.99 with a 24-month contract.

Customers can sign up for Premier+ at and at any StarHub shop. StarHub looks forward to bringing Premier League in the most immersive ways to fans soon.

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