Whether you’re at home or abroad, we've got a few ideas on how to use Three to enjoy the Rugby Six Nations fixtures as much as possible.
It’s that time of the year again! The Rugby Six Nations 2018 Championship is here, and we’re as excited as it gets. And since we’re feeling good about it, we thought we’d share the love, and give you a few ideas on how to use Three to enjoy the Six Nations fixtures as much as possible. Oh, and hopefully save a few quid in the process.
Save money at the away games, with Go Roam
Heading to Italy, France or Ireland for one of the European rugby Six Nations fixtures? First of all, we’re too jealous for words. But secondly, you can rest easy in the knowledge that you can use your data allowance, and call and text home at no extra cost, with Go Roam. That way, you won’t have to pay any nasty roaming charges for sending all those bragging Six Nations selfies to everyone stuck back at home.
Stay in touch with your mates for less
The biggest problem with going to a game is trying to keep everyone together – and that’s even before you make it to the venue. Well, worry not – all of our SIM Plans come with unlimited texts, so no matter how many are in your posse, you’ll be able to round them all up for the rugby 6 nations fixtures without paying anything extra.
Not heading to any Rugby Six Nations fixtures? You can still catch them on the go.
Stuck at home for every game? Working through everything? Well, there’s still a bit of hope yet. If you take out one of our Advanced Plans on 12GB or more, you’ll get Go Binge thrown in for free. And why does that soothe the pain of missing out on every one of the Rugby Six Nations fixtures for 2018, I hear you ask? Well, because with Go Binge, you can use TVPlayer to watch every game on ITV and BBC, on the go (or when you’re hiding in work), at no extra cost and without using up any of your data.
So whether you’re heading to any, all or none of the Rugby Six Nations fixtures in 2018, we’ve got a nice solution for you, to make sure you’re not paying through the nose. Apart from the ticket prices, obviously.