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ITVN To Offer Setanta Xtra Service To Customers

Breaking news: EPL Talk can reveal that during the next few days, ITVN is scheduled to announce the availability of Setanta Xtra to its customers.The Setanta Xtra channel shows live feeds of Premier League matches when Setanta has more than one game to show at a time. Between now and the end of the year, several Premiership matches will be shown on Setanta Xtra including Arsenal against Newcastle, Liverpool against Portsmouth and Aston Villa versus Middlesbrough.Setanta Xtra was previously available only to DirecTV customers and was provided free of charge to Setanta subscribers. The addition of the Setanta Xtra service is the final missing piece for ITVN customers. Now they can see the same matches as they would on DirecTV, but ITVN customers have the added benefit of the On Demand feature allowing them to view Setanta matches that they may have missed.Details of the announcement have yet to be finalized, but expect a lot of ITVN customers to be extremely happy in the coming week.If you’re not a ITVN customer yet and you’re interested in signing up to receive Setanta Sports on your TV set via a broadband connection, click on the banner above to order today or learn more.


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