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January 20, 2009

Setanta replay on Virgin Media


by David Allen

Virgin Media have announced that their customers will be able to access the Setanta Replay service.

This means that they will be able to view Premiership Games, FA Cup matches and even boxing events, but only after the events have taken place.

In order for Virgin Media customers to access this service, they will first need to take out TV Choice on the On Demand service.

This carries a charge of £7 per month for customers subscribed to Virgin Media’s M and L packages, but for subscribers of the XL package there will be no additional charge.

The service is great for people who have been unable to watch the live games, but they will still have to wait twenty four hours for Premierships Games, while for FA Cup and England matches the wait is just twelve hours.

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