Watch Rugby World Cup on Dialog Television

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Watch 2015 Rugby World Cup favourites, the New Zealand All Blacks, scrum down to defend the ultimate prize in rugby union, the William Webb Ellis Cup from today onwards, LIVE on Dialog Television. 

All 48 world cup matches will be telecast live on Sony SIX (Channel 76) and Sony KIX (Channel 77) on Dialog Television, the only pay TV operator in Sri Lanka with exclusive rights to broadcast SONY KIX, ensuring an uninterrupted coverage of all World Cup matches – the only operator to do so. 

Sony SIX and Sony KIX can be activated on Dialog Television for Rs.99 per month or for just Rs.4 per day, whilst the PVR (Personal Video Recording) feature enables you to preset your favourite game for recording in the event you are away and catch the action at your leisure.  

The tournament’s inaugural game will be telecast LIVE from the home of English Rugby, Twickenham Stadium London, today at 12:30 a.m., Sri Lanka time and it will showcase one of the favourites, England taking on a spirited Fiji outfit. The final of Rugby World Cup 2015 will be played on October 31 at Twickenham from 9:30 p.m. onwards, Sri Lanka time. At the last World Cup the mighty All Blacks narrowly beat the dark horses of international rugby, France 8-7 in a nail biting final. Since the 2011 World Cup, the All Blacks have been nearly unbeatable having conceded only three games in the past four years. 

Sony SIX and Sony KIX can be added to existing Dialog Television packages via the Dialog Self Care app or by typing, ON (space) Dialog TV account number (space) channel number and SMS to 679 from your Dialog mobile or 0770679679 from any other mobile network. 

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