Viaplay free for 3 months. New PLAY NOW TV promotion

Viaplay free for 3 months

Play has launched a new promotion for its PLAY NOW TV with a TV BOX decoder and access to Viaplay. The operator offers 3 months of free use of this website.

Choosing Basic Packagewith more than 50 channels, or Extended Package (over 100 channels) customers of the purple operator will receive 3 months of Viaplay for PLN 0.

What exactly is offered in the various variants? Best this is presented in the table:

Basic Package Extended Package
4K HDR decoder ☑️ ☑️
access to Viaplay ☑️ ☑️
channel package Basic Expanded
Extra package possibility to buy ☑️
Sport package with Eleven Sports channels possibility to buy ☑️
News package possibility to buy ☑️
kids package possibility to buy ☑️
3 months for 0 PLN ☑️ ☑️
subscription price from 25 PLN from 45 PLN

Standard access to Viaplay means expenditure of PLN 34 per month. The operator argues that the service is available at a favorable price together with PLAY NOW TV and a TV BOX decoder.

Promotion is available both for Play customersand for people who do not use the services operator – then the price of the standard subscription is accordingly 35 and 55 PLN.

Viaplay is a streaming platform that gives you access to live sports, from Bundesliga, UEFA Europa League, UEFA League of Conferences, The National Hockey League and KSW. In addition, you can watch international movies and series, original Viaplay productions and content for children.

Detailed information on the promotion can be found on the website dedicated to it as well in the following regulations.

Look: UPC: Free Viaplay Renewed
Look: Play: Free Extra Pack for a whole month and Free Viaplay

Photo source: Play

Text Source: Play

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