World Surf League

World Surf League names Boost Mobile as telecommunications partner

By Shantanu Srivastav | March 13, 2018

World Surf League (WSL) has announced partnership with Boost Mobile to provide fans with live content.

As part of the partnership, Boost Mobile will keep viewers connected with the 2018 World Championship Tour, with new prepaid plans that offer more data – up to 20GB, unlimited standard talk and text, all for use in Australia with every recharge.

Boost Mobile will work with the WSL throughout the Australian leg of the 2018 CT period.

“WSL prides itself on creating exciting social, digital, and streaming content,” said Sophie Goldschmidt, CEO of the WSL. “Thanks to our Boost Mobile partnership, surf fans in Australia won’t miss a moment of the action all season long.”

Boost Mobile Founder Peter Adderton said, “I have always believed the culture of the surf industry would play a important part in shaping the Boost Mobile brand. In fact, Boost Mobile was the catalyst for relaunching the North American ASP Lower Trestles events after years of absence.

“In 2002, Luke Egan won the first ever Boost Mobile Pro, it was the key to our success as the world’s largest youth mobile brand. In 2018 we are pleased to be the official mobile carrier of the WSL in Australia. We look forward to giving our Boost customers an incredible experience and insight into the best surfers in the world as they compete to become World champions.”

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