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Rostelecom prepares special offer for football fans before Euro 2016

10:50 | 12.05.2016 | IT

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Penza, 12 May 2016. PenzaNews. The Interactive TV Rostelecom customers in Penza are now able to get a TV channel package “Match! Football” until May 31 and watch it free of charge through 15 June 2016.

Rostelecom prepares special offer for football fans before Euro 2016

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The special offer “Rooting With Match! Football” was launched specifically for the Euro 2016 soccer championship that begins in under a month.

“The new offer can be enjoyed by both current and new users of the Interactive TV service that did not have the aforementioned package before. The Euro 2016 group matches between 24 national teams, including Russia, begins on June 10: the trial offer will allow football fans to watch the first games free of charge to consider subscribing to see all subsequent matches, down to the July 10 finals in Saint-Denis, Paris,” the press service of the Penza branch of Rostelecom Alexei Makarov informed PenzaNews.

He also pointed out that the “Match! Football” package is the biggest and most comprehensive option for football fans, as it includes three standard-quality channels that can be watched in HD with the compatible equipment. These are: Match! Football 1, which broadcasts all matches of the English Premier League and Cup of England, as well as the bast matches of the UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europe League and the European Cup; Match! Football 2 specializes on championships in Spain and Italy, and other headline European competitions; and Match! Football 3 highlights the matches of the German Bundesliga and the French and Italian cups.

“After the offer ends, the ‘Match! Football’ package will be available for 380 rubles per month. You can learn more about it in the ‘Interactive TV’ section of the Rostelecom website,” he clarified.

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