08 April 2020

Singapore, 8 April 2020 – With COVID-19 circuit breaker measures in full effect, StarHub today announced the extension of its free preview till 4 May 2020, 12pm, to provide customers with more entertainment options while they stay safe at home. The extension comes with 32 world-class channels comprising a myriad of content genres, with 22 new channels added to the line-up for its customers to enjoy. 

“We want to do our best to make the stay-home experience more enjoyable for our customers. We are extending our free preview and included more channels to make entertainment even more accessible,” said Johan Buse, Chief of Consumer Business Group, StarHub. We hope these programmes bring about moments of pleasure or relief to our customers, to support them during this circuit-breaker period. We are all in this together, let’s stay strong, fight on and together we can overcome.”

In challenging times like this, StarHub stands with all in Singapore. Entertainment has the ability to add a little dose of laughter and the company hopes to cheer on its customers and raise their spirits with an exciting line-up of must-watch programmes, available during the free preview.

The free preview is accessible to all StarHub customers through StarHub Go, anywhere, on any device. Customers can simply download the StarHub Go streaming app or visit www.starhubgo.com to enjoy free access to 29 top-tiered channels like BBC Earth, BBC World News, Citra Entertainment, Hub E City, tvN, ONE, Warner TV, Zee Thirai and many more. In addition to StarHub Go, existing StarHub Entertainment customers will also have 32 complimentary channels to choose from through their set-top boxes. StarHub Mobile postpaid customers can also enjoy data-free streaming on StarHub Go.

Upcoming programme highlights

30 Pesanan Suara (Every Sunday, 1pm on Hub Sensasi)

Airport Strikers (Monday to Friday, 830pm on TVB Jade)

Blue's Clues & You (Monday to Friday, 945am on Nick Jr.)

DC’s Legends of Tomorrow S5 (Every Wednesday, 950pm on Warner TV, same day as the U.S.)

Lee Dong Wook Wants to Talk (Every Monday, 11pm on ONE)

This free preview is part of a series of StarHub’s community and customer support measures to cushion the impact of COVID-19. Yesterday, StarHub announced a halt to its 20th anniversary celebrations, channeling the marketing budget to support 550 students from lower-income families in their home-based learning. The company also created the StarHub Cares COVID-19 Fund, providing aid for the more vulnerable groups in the community. The fund, currently standing at $750,000, has been raised from contributions across the company, with StarHub matching all contributions dollar-for-dollar.