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    imo World cup is an event which draw money from the sponsor and not the individual, because paid tv/channel, does not have COMMERCIAL...
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    No need to worry nor complain.


    There will always be 'charitable' and 'compassionate' ppl from other countries willing to 'share' the 'joy' if you google hard enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dafansu View Post
    i see no point in protesting also, if too expensive dont apply. other countries like malaysia, taiwan, hongkong are protesting over political issues and here we are protesting over World Cup. It's a joke
    Because this kind of protest won't get you marked for ISA...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Garion View Post
    Anyone still remember watching the 'live' matches being shown on the then giant screen outside Liat Towers at Orchard Rd? Damn memorable sia with the large crowds....remember the England vs Brazil match best.
    they charge by the screen size, i think maybe very expensive to have such a giant screen this time!

    Quote Originally Posted by yqt View Post
    some countries are free like someone who posted here that Malaysia is screening it for free
    this looks like malaysia's offerings. http://www.astro.com.my/faq/indices/index_188.html
    Astro has an estimate of 3 million subscribers i think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pinholecam View Post
    No need to worry nor complain.


    There will always be 'charitable' and 'compassionate' ppl from other countries willing to 'share' the 'joy' if you google hard enough.
    seems like this time round, there are no charitable and compassionate pple. Did you managed to find any free to air internet channels?

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