VOO and Telesat sign an in extremis agreement with Eleven Sports

VOO and Telesat sign an in extremis agreement with Eleven Sports

Football fans breathe, they will be able to see the Belgian championship from their living room with VOO and Telesat.

White smoke was announced for this Friday, and it came out of the negotiation between FLIGHT and Eleven Sports at the start of the evening. Or less than 24 hours before the resumption of the championship. And with an opening meeting between Bruges and Charleroi (commented by Benjamin Deceuninck), it was better for the Walloon cable operator to be up to the task. This will be the case: the three chains Eleven Pro League will appear tomorrow on the subscribers’ boxes.

Little to no change for VOO subscribers and football fans. The three new channels will be part of the option VOOsport at € 4.99 per month. This was the price already charged in previous seasons. In addition, subscribers will be able to follow the D1B, the women’s championship and the ePro League.

Good news also for subscribers to Telesat. Canal + Luxembourg (which now heads the satellite platform) has just found common ground with Eleven Sports. Subscribers to satellite television will be able to receive the 3 Pro League channels, included in their subscription, from the Basic offer.

The cold shower is for guests of Telenet, in Brussels and in the Botte du Hainaut. The Flemish operator has not reached an agreement with Eleven Sports. At this stage, the supporters of Anderlecht or Charleroi, in their respective zone, will have to acquire a key Chromecast and take the Pro League subscription online.

It is also the cheapest solution, especially for subscribers to The next Pickx (from € 10.99 per month to € 109 per year) since Eleven Sports is accessible on a television via Apple TV, Android TV, les Smart TV Samsung and Chromecast technology.

As a reminder, at Proximus, the Pro League offer will cost € 16.99 but the price may be reduced depending on the pack. Finally, at Orange, it will be billed € 10.99 but the three channels dedicated to international sport remain free for everyone.


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