Astro goes free for all through Merdeka and Malaysia Day celebrations

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How’s this to celebrate the New Malaysia? This coming National Day and Malaysia Day celebrations, Astro is making all its channels and Astro GO free. The complimentary access will start from 30 August until 17 September 2018.

This generous offer is extended to all residential Astro customers as well as Astro GO users.

When you’re not out on the streets celebrating, stay cosy at home with a blanket, popcorn and the remote control in hand. Why? Because you’ll have uninterrupted, unlimited access to 236 channels covering myriad genres, from kids content to live sports.

So it doesn’t matter which packages you’re on currently. You’ll have full-blown access to all. Go crazy.

Note that this excludes all Pay-Per-View (PPV) channels and events.

For PPV channels, Astro is offering special PPV passes where you can pick and watch your favourite channels and shows over 3-7 days. You can enjoy 31 percent cashback from your second purchase upwards. The promo ends on 31 August 2018.

For Astro GO users, which is a free app for all, there will be plenty to binge on too including”

  • 15 sports channels
  • 9 Malay channels
  • 13 Chinese channels
  • 7 Indian channels
  • 7 Anime and K-Pop channels
  • 11 Kids and Educational content
  • 11 English channels
  • 12 News channels
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Selamat Hari Kebangsaan and Hari Malaysia!

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