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SingTel Reconsiders Broadcasting World Cup After 'Harrowing' Premier League Experience
Published April 30, 2013
LOOKING OUT FOR THE FANS: TECH GOONDU's Alfred Siew opined some of the grumbling from SingTel in the past two days "has been rather astonishing." After being told to share its Premier League screenings with StarHub, it "threatened to raise prices for football fans next season." It took things further Friday, saying that "it might not be bidding for World Cup rights in 2014." To which football fans should say “thank you.” Let "someone else bid lower so viewers don’t have to pay so much" (TECH GOONDU, 4/27).