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Can't get to the Warriors game tonight?

19 September 2008

Can't get to the Warriors game tonight?

Stuck at work? Can't afford tickets to the game tonight? Don't live in Auckland?

Well now you can watch the game live on your Vodafone 3G mobile with Sky Mobile TV.

Sky Mobile TV costs $2.50 a week for all 11 channels and live games cost $3 per game.

Settle down in your favourite chair, kick back and watch as the mighty Vodafone Warriors take on the Sydney Roosters live on Sky Mobile TV.

Vodafone's GM of Media and Entertainment, Charlie Clementson, expects viewership to be at record levels.

"We've supported the Warriors through thick and thin for a decade now and it's great to see them make it to the pointy end of the season. If you can't be at the game at least we can show our support by watching the game live on Sky Mobile TV."

Viewers must have a Vodafone 3G capable mobile and be in the 3G coverage area to watch the game. More details can be found at:


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