Australia’s newest sports streaming service, Kayo Sports, unveiled its brand-new platform just a few months ago and it has already become a massive hit with sports fans across the country! With Kayo, you can stream over 50 different sporting codes and over 30,000 hours' worth of sports content, live or on demand, every year!
Usually, sports fans can get all of this fantastic content for just $25 per month (which is still an extremely low price when compared to some of the Pay TV subscriptions out there). However! For the month of February, Kayo Sports are offering new customers the ridiculous ‘Feb for a $5er’ promotion!
With the new promotion, new Kayo Sports customers can sign up in February and pay just $5 for the entire month of sporting action! If you want to cancel your account after February, you’ll be able to do so at no cost!
Note: New customers who are wanting to take advantage of the Feb for a $5er promoiton, be aware that if they stay with Kayo Sports at the End of February, they will automatically roll over to the basic $25 subscription which is billed on a month-to-month basis.
Amongst the long list of different sporting codes that you can view live or on demand with Kayo is the AFL, NRL, NBA, NFL, Tennis, Cricket, European Soccer, A-League, Rugby Union and a range of motorsports!
Kayo Sports can be used on a range of different devices including Mac, PC, Apple TV, mobile and tablet, Chromecast and Telstra TV!
Check out more information about the products and services that Kayo Sports offer HERE or head straight to the Kayo Sports sign up page to take advantage of the Feb for a $5er promotion!
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