Given today’s odd weather of wind and rain, its almost certain that many of us will be stuck in traffic. But fear not, Gilas Pilipinas fans, we can still catch the game on our mobile phones. Just download the freenet app and watch the livestream for free.
Watch Gilas Pilipinas on freenet
Thanks to Voyager Innovations (and in cooperation with Sports5 and TV5), fans can now watch the livestream of the Gilas Pilipinas games at the FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournament from anywhere. Just download the freenet app from the Google Play Store or the SafeZone app from the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store and register. The app is free to download. Smart, TNT and Sun subscribers can watch without the data charges.
Those stuck in traffic can watch via freenet the Philippines vs. France game at 9PM on July 5 (Tuesday) and the Philippines vs. New Zealand match at 9PM on July 6 (Wednesday). Should Gilas make it to the semifinals and finals of the tournament, fans may still tune in to the games through freenet on July 9 and 10.
And if the Philippines emerges on top of the Manila FIBA qualifiers, they will earn the solitary spot for entry into the 2016 Olympic Games to be held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in August.
freenet also offers Pinoy fans a “free and fun way to express themselves” during the games by providing free basic social media access to Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram through the app. Those who want to show their support can use the hashtags #LabanPilipinas, #SmartGilas, #GilasTime and the fan-favorite #PUSO.
To download the freenet app for your Android device, click here; or the SafeZone app for iOS devices here. For more information, visit http://www.freenet.ph/labanpilipinas or like the freenet page on Facebook.