Telstra Netball Live App vs Free to Air Streaming TV Review 2019

Netball Live

With Suncorp Super Netball recently added to the netball calendar, there’s never been a better time to be a fan of the sport. Alongside the Fast5 Netball World Series, the annual Constellation Cup, and in 2019 the Netball World Cup, there is now high quality netball to watch all year round. Thankfully, Telstra’s Netball Live App offers an alternative to the shared broadcasting between 9Gem and Telstra TV, ensuring you won’t miss a minute of the action.

Telstra Netball Live App vs Free to Air Streaming TV Review 2019

Telstra’s Netball Live Streaming App gives netball fans a more flexible way to watch their favourite sport than ever before. Not only does the App give subscribers access to every Suncorp Super Netball game, but the Fast5 Netball World Series and Constellation Cup will be available to stream live too. With streaming available on iOS and Android devices and free of charge for existing Telstra customers, there’s never been a better way to watch the netball.

The Netball Live App offers a great point of difference to free-to-air broadcaster Channel Nine. Though Nine and Gem broadcast the entirety of the Constellation Cup and will also air the Netball Fast5 World Series on Gem, it will only televise two Super Netball free to air broadcasts each round, making it difficult to follow the season in its entirety. The other two games are shown exclusively live on Telstra TV, meaning to catch every game you’d have to switch between the two options.

How to use the Netball Live App

To access the Netball Live App, first head to Google Play or the App Store to download it. Once you do that you’ll be able to access the latest netball news, as well as player and team stats. To get access to live games and full match replays, open the Netball Live Pass. If you’re a Telstra customer, this will be readily available to you, while non customers will have to purchase a subscription.

Eligible Mobile Devices

The Netball Live App is compatible with iOS and Android devices, and is not compatible with Windows. It can be downloaded to your eligible mobile or tablet either through the App Store or through Google Play.

Live App Pricing options

The Netball Live App is free to download, but immediate access to all the My Live Pass has to offer depends on whether or not you’re a Telstra customer. For those who have an existing Telstra contract or at least $30 recharge credit with them, the Live Pass will be free to access. On top of that, customers who watch the netball using the Telstra network can stream data-free.

For netball fans who currently don’t belong to Telstra, there is a fee to use the Live Pass, though it comes in very cheap. To gain access for an entire 12 months will cost just $29.99, while a monthly pass is $12.99. For those only wishing to get a single week of action, a Weekly Pass costs just $2.99.

What else does the Live App offer?

What sets apart the Netball Live App most noticeably from free-to-air broadcasts is that it offers the ability to stream every single game of the Suncorp Super Netball, as well as the Netball Fast5 World Series and the Constellation Cup. In addition, it also gives users access to all the latest in Australian netball news and fixtures.

Get Telstra’s Sports Live Pass with a mobile plan

Telstra mobile customers can download the app and start streaming the AFL, AFLW, NRL, Netball and Hyundai A-League games live, fast and data-free.

Suncorp Super Netball Preview

The 2019 Suncorp Super Netball series will be the third season of Australia’s premier netball competition. Boasting some of the biggest names in the game from both Australia and abroad, the competition sees eight teams pitted against each other over the course of 14 rounds, before four finals are played to determine the season’s winner.

Last year, the Sunshine Coast Lightning made it two wins from two seasons, overcoming the West Coast Fever to win 62-59 after a dominant third quarter. They are expected to be there or thereabouts once again this season, with the Collingwood Magpies, Giants Netball and Melbourne Vixens likely to be their major competitors.