Proximus TV already holds Champions League rights for two seasons until June 2015. The latest deal will enable subscribers to the 11+ channel or the operator’s All Foot offerings to continue to follow the competition on Proximus TV until 2018.
The deal will enable Proximus TV to broadcast all 146 Champions League season matches, along with highlights.
Proximus TV shows Belgian football on 11, including the division two Proximus League matches, with division one Jupiler Pro League available for an additional €9.95 a month, while 11+, also available for €11.95 a month, offers coverage of international football. Both channels are available as All Foot for €14.95 a month.
“The UEFA Champions League is the number one European football brand. I’m delighted to continue to offer our Proximus TV customers a superior experience through the broadcasting of all matches of UEFA Champions League for three more seasons,” said Phillip Vandervoort, chief consumer market officer, Belgacom.
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