Reliance Communications Launches Live streaming of all ICC Champions Trophy 2013 Matches for 3G customers

By June 13th, 2013 AT 1:25 PM

Reliance Mobile Cricket Live StreamingReliance Communications today announced their partnership with Star Sports to offer unlimited live streaming of all ICC Champions Trophy 2013 cricket matches for 3G and prepaid GSM customers in the country.

With this partnership, Reliance customers can now avail unlimited live streaming of all the ICC Champions Trophy 2013 matches on their Smartphones by subscribing for a tournament pass of Rs. 301 only to access all the matches of the ongoing tournament without paying any additional data consumption charges.

Reliance 3G and prepaid GSM Smartphone subscribers can now enjoy seamless video experience and avail unlimited live streaming of any Champions Trophy 2013 matches without any delay and buffering on their mobile screens anytime. Customers will also benefit from the package being inclusive of of the Rs. 50 subscription fee for access on starsports.com.

Reliance 3G and prepaid GSM customers can subscribe the ICC Champions Trophy 2013 matches for Rs. 301 only and get a tournament access code that can be used for one time registration of online live stream access at m.starsports.com and enjoy unlimited live streaming access at no additional data charges.

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Aah ! great.. its means now i can’t miss even one match! Thanks for giving us good information ! Best Of Luck Of India For Champion Trophy 😉

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@ Saurabh Really, in whatever crisis the indian telecom be, idea would always maintain a healthy outlook. Maybe because of their smart business policies i think. But they have covered 70% or more of UP EAST 3G coverage and we can expect the 100% too. Sadly, vodafone, one of the biggest telco giant isn’t expanding its 3G coverage. Still coverage at 10% or less places even though it’s profit has doubled from last year. But i ve heard that they too will resume their expansion phase and even buy spectrum from aircel ,TD to go pan india. Among the cartel… Read more »

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