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Please see our Privacy Notice for details of your data protection rights Thank you for subscribingWe have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email The season has officially drawn to a close - but the good news for football fans is that when it's back, it's back with even more live games than ever.
Along with the two current major competitors, BT Sport and Sky, the new season will also mark the first foray into the market for another potential broadcasting powerhouse.
It was this time last year that Amazon Prime announced their intentions to jump in on the ever-increasing popularity of the English Premier League. Next season they are set to show all 10 live matches on Boxing Day and in midweek in December.
The Amazon games include the Merseyside derby in December at Anfield.
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Last season, a total of games were broadcast live here in the UK. Next season that number will increase to Extra channels, as well as extra privileges including HD, also cost extra.
One advantage Sky currently have over their main rivals BT is greater flexibility. Along with custom "only pay for the sports you love" packages", they also have their Now TV service that allows you to buy short-term Day, Week and Month-Long Passes so you can pick and choose which games you want to see without being tied down to a fixed-term contract.
Individuals looking to either upgrade or switch over their mobile phone provider get three months BT Sport free of charge.
To find out more - including information on how to cast BT Sport from your mobile to your television, visit the EE website where you can also see their various phones, tablets and SIM-only plans. To find out more, go to BT's products and services website.
All of BT's deals give away 3 months free as standard so if you're looking to get involved you might want to push back on activation until as close to the new season as possible. Amazon Prime Whether Amazon's foray into this market spells the beginning of them as a major player for the years to come remains to be seen.
However, with their first set of fixtures due to be broadcast around Christmas time when many of their customers will have already purchased Prime for the fast delivery options they provide - along with, of course, their vast financial wealth - it's hard to not see them being in with a chance.
Previous rumours had suggested Amazon resisted competition from the likes of YouTube, Twitter and Facebook - but it wouldn't be a surprise if they threw their names in the hat again when it comes to renewing the current deals. If you'd like to look into purchasing Amazon Prime and reading about the other benefits their service provides, click here.
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