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Spark will offer Sky Sport Now in bundle deal

Staff reporters
Tue, 27 Oct 2020

Staff reporters
Tue, 27 Oct 2020
Sky Network Television and Spark New Zealand have announced Spark will offer Sky Sport Now alongside its Spark Sport service in a new bundle from Nov. 16.Terms of the deal are confidential, but the bundle will cost customers $49.99 per month. The arrangement will run for at least six months. Sky’s sport streaming app has 12 Sky Sport and ESPN channels and is usually accessed via weekly, monthly, or annual passes for customers who don’t want to buy into a full contract.Spark spokeswoman Lucy Fullarton said the initial bundle dea...

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