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Unifi offers free viewing for all CIMB Liga Super 2020 live matches

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Telekom Malaysia (TM), the title sponsor for Liga Malaysia, has announced that unifi will be offering free viewing for all CIMB Liga Super 2020 live matches from 28 August until 10 October 2020. The free live broadcast covers unifi TV, unifi Play TV and YouTube.

All unifi and non-unifi customers are entitled to enjoy the free viewing across unifi Set Top Box and/or unifi Plus Box for unifi subscribers via unifi Sports 1 to 5 channels (CH 701-705). The live broadcast can also be viewed on the unifi Play TV app available for download from the Apple App Store and Google Play Store.

Alternatively, you can head over to unifi’s official channel on YouTube – www.youtube.com/unifiistheone

For current subscribers of the current CIMB Liga Super 2020, TM says the subscription is no longer applicable. Subscribers are advised to contact unifi for assistance. Ala carte unifi TV customers are eligible for a full refund, as well as unifi Play app users who have purchased the Liga Malaysia RM15 Monthly Pass and RM3 Daily Match Pass.

Details as below:

  • Ala carte STB (Residential) MYR10/month
  • Ala carte STB (SME) MYR70/month
  • Ala carte carte channel 701 (HoTes) MYR12/month

Meanwhile, Liga Malaysia Season Pass and Team Malaysia VVIP Pass customers will get extended validity. Specifically, Liga Malaysia Season Pass customers will have their validity extended to CIMB Liga Super and TM Piala Malaysia (Piala FA) and subscription extended until 31 July 2021.

For Team Malaysia VVIP Pass customers, their subscription will be extended until 2021.

In the event that a customer insists for a refund, unifi will address the matter on a case-by-case basis. Existing Team Malaysia VVIP Pass stand to receive a full refund of MYR120, while Season Pass holders will get MYR100.

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