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StarHub to offer free preview of over 140 TV channels for the New Year

2AM Concert

Good news to those of you who are staying at home this festive season, and has a StarHub cable TV box at home. The Singapore info-communications provider is offering free previews of over 140 TV channels for customers and their families.

From 30 December 2011 (12pm) to 3 January 2012 (6am), StarHub customers will have free access to over 140 channels ranging from world news, Chinese infotainment, sports, movies to education, entertainment, kids, lifestyle and international programmes. During this period, StarHub TV will carry exclusive countdown events such as the Taipei 2012 Countdown Party on TVBS Asia (StarHub TVChannel 828) that let viewers usher into the New Year.

Other key highlights include Kim Jong-Il: The Forbidden Biography on HISTORY (StarHub TV Channel 501), Korean boy band 2AM Concert on E City (StarHub TV Channel 825), blockbuster movies such as Inception on HBO (StarHub TV Channel 601) and Let The Bullets Fl on STAR Chinese Movies (StarHub TV Channel 866). Nickelodeon (StarHub TV Channel314) will also be featuring a Spongebob Squarepants 48 hours Marathon Special for the young viewers.

In addition, all 32 channels on StarHub TV on Mobile will be available to StarHub Mobile postpaid and prepaid customers. StarHub TV on Mobile customers with the supported handsets can simply sms <LIVETV>  to 6757 for postpaid and <SHTV> to 6757 for prepaid to access the 32 free channels. Viewers can refer to www.starhub.com/freepreview for more details.

Note: The free preview is not extended to STAR Chinese Movies 2, STAR Chinese Movies HD, Cricket Group, RediGold, Horse Racing Channel, On-Demand Channels and Video-On-Demand titles.

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