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How to stream the Pacquiao vs Horn fight live and legally: TV & Online

Remember the Mundine v Green fight?  Exclusive to Main Event on Foxtel?  Impossible to watch on your phone, or online – even if you were a Foxtel Customer?  Well, as the world prepares for Pacquiao vs Horn it seems Foxtel have learned a little from last time and there’s now more ways to watch.

Foxtel Customers:

Of course, if you’re a Foxtel Cable or Satellite subscriber you can call up and add the fight to your package on Main Event – the cost is $59.95.

Free Viewing:

If you’re not keen to pay a cent, you’ll need to find a local pub or club that is screening the fight.

Online Viewing:

For those who aren’t currently a Foxtel Subscriber, or for those not near their Foxtel box – Main Event have an online stream available to purchase.  Same price, $59.95, but at least it’s legal and won’t get cut off half way through.

You can sign up now online at pachornstream.com.au

Illegal Streams:

Hey, if you see one on Facebook, take my word for it, it won’t last long – Foxtel are onto it since the last time, so those things will be cut quite fast – and if you’re thinking about streaming your own view of things via Facebook Live – think again, they went light on the last blokes, that’s not likely to happen again.

 

Trev is a Technology Commentator, Dad, Speaker and Rev Head.

He produces and hosts two popular podcasts, EFTM and Two Blokes Talking Tech. He also appears on over 50 radio stations across Australia weekly, and is the resident Tech Expert on Channel 9’s Today Show each day and appears regularly on A Current Affair.

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