As surfing’s 2018 World Championship Tour kicks off, the World Surf League (WSL) and Boost Mobile have announced a partnership that will allow fans to stream every event.
In an effort to keep surf viewers connected to every wave during the 2018 World Championship Tour, Boost Mobile is providing new prepaid plans that offer up to 20GB of data, unlimited standard talk and text, and 4G on the Telstra Mobile Network, all for use in Australia with every recharge.
Boost Mobile general manager, Jason Haynes said: “We understand that social media and streaming of music and video content is a crucial part of everyone’s lives, and we have a great product to make that possible.
“Boost Mobile enables quality connectivity to meet the needs for the data-hungry and hyper-connected youth of today.”
Peter Adderton, founder of Boost Mobile, added: “I have always believed the culture of the surf industry would play an important part in shaping the Boost Mobile brand.
“We look forward to giving our Boost customers an incredible experience and insight into the best surfers in the world as they compete to become world champions.”
Sophie Goldschmidt, chief executive officer of the WSL, said the league “prides itself on creating exciting social, digital, and streaming content”.
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