Get Kayo from Telstra's Basic Plan for Only $5 for Two Months!


All the sports you could possibly dream of just became even more attainable after Telstra announced that their existing customers can get access to Kayo Sports’ Basic plan for just $5 for two months.

Kayo Sports ordinarily offers two plans – the Basic, which costs $25/month and allows you to stream on two devices simultaneously, and the Premium, which at $35/month gives you three devices on which to stream.

Kayo from Telstra Offer

Already great value considering the range of sports and great features it offers (see more below), the Kayo offer from Telstra makes trying out the platform a more viable option than ever before for customers of the telecommunications giant. For just $5 over two months, you get all the features of a Kayo Sports Basic plan subscription – the only difference is that you get billed through your Telstra account.

What is Kayo Sports?

Kayo Sports is Australia’s first sports-dedicated streaming platform. Though it isn’t branded as such, Kayo is owned and operated by Foxtel, and as a result offers the same comprehensive sports coverage. With four FOX Sports channels, Fox Footy, Fox Cricket, Fox League, two ESPN channels, three beIN Sports channels, as well as dedicated EPL team networks, there is enough sport on Kayo to keep you occupied at all hours of the day.

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Get Kayo Sports Basic plan for just $5 from Telstra

Kick off the winter season with Kayo — stream your favourite sports with 2 months of Kayo’s Basic plan for only $5 for existing Telstra customers.

What’s On Kayo?

The more revealing question would be what can’t you watch, considering Kayo offers over 50 sports live and on demand. Each and every game of the AFL and NRL premiership seasons prior to their respective Grand Finals can be found live, while motorsport enthusiasts will be kept entertained with all of the Formula One, V8 Supercars and MotoGP action. There’s domestic and international cricket including the 2019 Indian Premier League, every leg of the World Surf League (WSL), the entire Super Rugby season, and the best in US sports such as the NBA, NFL, and MLB. Matches from the best soccer leagues from around the world keep fans of the World Game happy, while there’s also comprehensive golf and tennis coverage, and much, much more.

Every Formula One Grand Live!

The Formula One World Championship kicks off with the Australian Grand Prix from March 15 to 17. From the practices to the qualifying session and of course, the race, Formula 1 will be available on Kayo Sports live and on demand. Check out the schedule below of every Grand Prix live airing shown as Sydney time:

March 15-17: Australia GP, (Ten/Fox Sports/Kayo)
March 29-April 1: Bahrain GP, Sakir (Fox Sports/Kayo)
April 12-14: Chinese GP, Shanghai (Fox Sports/Kayo)
April 26-28: European/Azerbaijan GP, Baku (Fox Sports/Kayo)
May 10-13: Spanish GP, Catalunya, Spain (Fox Sports/Kayo)
May 23-27: Monaco GP, Monte Carlo (Fox Sports/Kayo)
June 8-10: Canadian GP, Montreal (Fox Sports/Kayo)
June 21-24: French GP, Le Castellet (Fox Sports/Kayo)
June 28–July 1: Austrian GP, Spielberg (Fox Sports/Kayo)
July 12-15: British GP, Silverstone (Fox Sports/Kayo)
July 26-29: German GP, Hockenheim (Fox Sports/Kayo)
August 2-5: Hungarian GP, Budapest (Fox Sports/Kayo)
August 30-September 2: Belgium GP, Francorchamps (Fox Sports/Kayo)
September 6-9: Italian GP, Monza (Fox Sports/Kayo)
September 20-22: Singapore GP, Marina Bay (Fox Sports/Kayo)
September 27-29: Russian GP, Sochi (Fox Sports/Kayo)
October 11-13: Japanese GP, Suzuka (Fox Sports/Kayo)
October 26-28: Mexican GP, Mexico City. (Fox Sports/Kayo)
November 2-4: United States GP, Austin (Fox Sports/Kayo)
November 16-18: Brazilian GP, Sao Paulo (Fox Sports/Kayo)
November 29-Dec 2: Abu Dhabi GP, Yas Marina (Fox Sports/Kayo)

How can I watch?

Kayo makes it easier to watch your favourite sports than ever before, enabling you to stream live or on demand to a range of devices. So whether you’re a fan of the Supercars Championship, MotoGP racing, Cricket including the Indian Premier League, the Socceroos and Matildas, NBA and NBL basketball, Super Rugby, the 2019 NRL Premiership plus more, it’s available across a range of platforms including Mac and PC, iOS and Android devices, as well as through Chromecast, Telstra TV, Apple TV and Android TV.

Other Kayo features

Not only does the streaming service offer a whole lot of great sporting action, but according to the latest Kayo reviews the user experience is second to none thanks to a number of game-changing features. SplitView lets you watch up to four videos simultaneously on the same screen, while No Spoilers ensures you can watch the big game at a later date without seeing the scores. Plus, if you’re short on time and watching on demand, you can ensure you get through the full game using the Key Moments feature, which enables you to skip through to the most important parts of a match.