NBL Turns Tangerine

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The Hungry Jack’s National Basketball League’s (NBL) zest for fun and providing unparalleled family value is set to go to another level with Tangerine coming on board as its latest Profile Partner.

Tangerine is one of Australia's fastest-growing telcos. They offer refreshingly simple and competitively priced nbn® and mobile plans.
Tangerine will be featured on LED screens and three-point decals at the home venues of the Adelaide 36ers, South East Melbourne Phoenix, and the Illawarra Hawks for the remainder of the season.

“We’re thrilled to have Tangerine partner with us and join the unprecedented growth in the NBL as we head into a busy holiday period. Partnering with Tangerine aligns with our goal of delivering top-tier entertainment while offering unique benefits to our devoted fans.” NBL CEO David Stevenson said.
“The NBL is growing like never before and interest in the League is soaring. We look forward to working closely with Tangerine and building a long-term relationship.”
As part of the partnership, NBL fans will have access to exciting Tangerine nbn® and mobile offers throughout the season.


“We believe in the power of connections - whether it's a perfect alley-oop or staying connected to what matters most,” Tangerine CEO Andrew Branson said.


“Our partnership will bring great value offers and seamless connectivity to basketball enthusiasts, enhancing their enjoyment of the game. It’s a natural fit.”


“Tangerine is thrilled to embark on this partnership with the NBL, reinforcing our commitment to simplicity, affordability, and exceptional service.”


All of Tangerine’s mobile plans are no lock-in contract, feature a 500GB or 1000GB data bank and use the Telstra Wholesale Mobile Network – for further information click here.


Tangerine’s nbn® plans come with no-lock in contracts, unlimited data and include 7-day support.


The 2023/24 Hungry Jack’s NBL season continues on Friday night when the Illawarra Hawks host the Perth Wildcats at the WIN Entertainment Centre at 7:30pm AEDT. The game will be broadcast live on ESPN via Kayo Sports.


About the National Basketball League (NBL)

The NBL was founded in 1979 and is the world’s best basketball league outside of the NBA. Currently composed of 10 teams (9 in Australia and 1 in New Zealand), game attendances, TV viewership, digital traffic and fan engagement have skyrocketed following new ownership in 2015.


NBL teams are located in Adelaide, Auckland, Brisbane, Cairns, Hobart, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney, and Wollongong.

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