Melita announces new sports offer

Melita said today it had launching a new sports content structure to provide the majority of its sports programming, previously part of its premium sports package, at no additional cost to most subscribers.

As from August, Melita Sports channels will be included in Melita's TV L and XL packages.

All Melita Large TV subscribers will benefit from free access to events such as Malta's BOV Premier League, Malta football international games, Malta Rugby, Waterpolo, Boxing and a new in-house production with daily sports news.

Melita XL customers will have free access to the same sports plus international football from the Spanish Liga, the Bundesliga, the Carling Cup and the Brazilian League amongst many others on two dedicated channels. XL subscribers will also get free access to a mixed sports channel, including events such as the WWE, NBA, TNA Wrestling and Red Bull events.

Sports events will also be broadcast in high definition and will be made available as part of the standard package to all those subscribed to the Melita Netbox HD.

In addition, Melita announced the launch of a new package of nine Premium Channels dedicated to top football leagues covering all UEFA Champions League games, UEFA Europa League games, Copa Libertadores, and highlights from other top leagues. The new football package will be offered from as little as €9.99 a month with free HD access to the broadcast of Champions league games and other international football matches on Melita Sports HD (High Definition) for all customers enjoying a Melita Netbox.

As an Early Bird offer, the Premium Package is being offered for only €9.99 a month for all those subscribers who register by the 30th September 2010 and committing to a year of service. Thereafter, the price for the Premium Package will remain at €9.99/month for L and XL TV subscribers and €12.99 for M subscribers, or all those opting for a month on month service.


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