The three-year package allows Sky to show highlights of 380 Premiership games from the 2007/2008 season. Sky Media beat off a combined bid from five of the UK's biggest mobile phone companies.
"Sky has now secured TV, online and mobile rights to the Premiership and can
promise the widest range of services and the most flexible ways of viewing
across multiple platforms," said Stephen Nuttall, director of business
development at BSkyB.
The service also includes the chance for users to see clips of goals and key moments while certain games are in progress.
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