+ Friday November 22nd, 2019

It’s a week out from the NRL Grand Final, and if you’re a keen NRL fan, you’ll be wanting to check out the two teams headed into the final and see how they went through the final series to this point.

One of the best ways to catch up on all the NRL action is with Kayo, with both of this week’s preliminary finals now live to check out online. Better yet, if you’re not already a Kayo subscriber, you can use the 14 day free trial to bring yourself up to speed.

Once you’re signed in, watching the Preliminary Finals is easy:

Next weekend’s Grand Final won’t be live on Kayo – owing to free-to-air broadcast rights – but once the game is over, you can stream it on-demand on Kayo, quite likely it’ll be up soon after the game is over.

In the mood for some round ball action? This week, the FFA cup semi finals are on, with Brisbane Strikers taking on Melbourne City FC on Tuesday 1 October at 7.30pm. Central Coast Mariners are up against Adelaide United in a real nailbiter on Wednesday 2 October at 7.30pm, and both matches will be streamed live on Kayo too.

Want to catch up on the FFA cup action so far?

Not yet a Kayo member? Signing up is easy.

You can sign up through the website or through the Kayo app, and here's how easy it is:

Click through to the Kayo website, and select "Start your 14 day free trial":

Choose between the Basic ($25 / month) and Premium plans ($35 / month). They're virtually the same, except Basic lets you watch on two devices at once (e.g. your phone and a TV) whereas Premium gives you three simultaneous streams.

Create an account - you'll need to hand over your name, email, mobile and choose a password. You'll then receive a SMS to verify your account - in case you get locked out of it later - so punch this in to proceed to payment.

Pop in your credit card for payment after your free trial expires. Of course, if you cancel within 14 days, you'll not be charged at all, and with Kayo, you're free to cancel at any time. There's no minimum commitment.

The whole process takes about 5 minutes, and once you're signed up, you can watch great Kayo content straight away.

Chris Rowland   Managing Editor

Chris Rowland

Chris has been at the forefront of smartphone reporting in Australia since smartphones were a thing, and has used mobile phones since they came with giant lead-acid batteries that were "transportable" and were carried in a shoulder bag.

Today, Chris publishes one of Australia's most popular technology websites, Ausdroid. His interests include mobile (of course), as well as connected technology and how it can make all our lives easier.

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