Ooredoo has announced the launch of a new sports package – OSN Sports Extra - for Ooredoo tv and Mozaic TV subscribers.
Ooredoo already offers a jam-packed OSN package full of entertainment, and the latest OSN Sports Extra bundle has been designed to allow users to watch the latest matches and sports content.
The new package from OSN will offer exclusive access to some of the most popular sports in the region, including Supercopa de España, Arabian Gulf League matches, Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), Major League Soccer, NFL, NHL, international rugby competitions, cricket tournaments including the Pakistani league and World Cup, golf tournaments, tennis events, WWE live events and matches, and more.
Ooredoo has added OSN Sports Extra to its growing list of sports offerings, as the company continues to invest in a wide range of content for Qatar’s diverse population.
OSN Sports Extra is available now and costs QR105 per month.
So that users never miss a moment, events which are broadcast during the same time slot on OSN Sports Extra channels can be recorded, using Ooredoo tv’s set-top box.
Ooredoo tv also offers a multi-screen service so customers can use their Ooredoo Wi-Fi to enjoy the best drama, comedy, documentaries and hit shows on their smartphones and tablets, whilst other users enjoy all the football action.
Ooredoo tv is available now via Ooredoo Shops, Starlink, TechnoBlue and Jumbo outlets. The service has no upfront charges, no equipment costs and no ongoing contracts.
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