New Zealand telco Spark has changed its plan for coverage of the Rugby World Cup tournament after it became apparent that some areas of the country would face difficulties in streaming the content due to a lack of bandwidth. The new plan will involve TVNZ broadcasting 12 games, most of which will be delayed.
Australia's biggest telecommunications service provider Telstra has turned on LTE-Broadcast technology nationally for its mobile network and says customers who are using Samsung Galaxy S8 and S9 devices will benefit from better HD streaming when they use the AFL Live official app.
Optus has decided to simulcast the remaining matches of the World Cup exclusive to its Optus Sport service — the round of 16 and the quarter-finals — with public broadcaster SBS.
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