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Premierleaguepass.com Now Live

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30/07/2013

Premierleaguepass.com Now Live

Today (30/03/13) PremierLeaguePass.com is now live, 20 days out from the 2013/2014 Barclays English Premier League (BEPL) kick off between Liverpool and Stoke City (18/08/2013 NZST).

The original launch date for PremierLeaguePass.com was 01/08/13. The site has launched two days early to service demand from BEPL fans.

Subscriptions for PremierLeaguePass.com are now open. Once subscribed, pre-season games of the Barclays Asia Trophy are then available to watch as well as a review of the 2012/13 season and a wrap of the best goals of the 2012/13 season.

No subscription is required to preview all other sections of the site. Everyone is welcome to sample the quality of the sample video stream on their current set up. For assistance, there is also a downloadable TV Connection Guide; a Frequently Asked Questions section and a 24hr NZ based Call Centre (that will take 24hr calls from the original launch date 01/08/13. For today and tomorrow, calls will be accepted during Business hours 9am-5pm).

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