Free kids and news channels for Astro customers during MCO 2.0

From 'The Powerpuff Girls' to 'Blue's Clues & You', there are so many reasons for your kids to stay home and safe. Photo: Handout

With the reimplementation of the movement control order (MCO), your young ones may be itching to go out.

Your kids will have one more reason to stay home, as Astro customers are getting free access to a variety of kids channels from now until Jan 26.

The channels are Cartoon Network (Ch 615 HD/ Ch 635), Nickelodeon (Ch 616 HD/ Ch 636), Nick Jr. (Ch 617) and Boomerang (Ch 619).

That means plenty of shows like Ben 10, The Powerpuff Girls, Adventure Time, We Bare Bears, SpongeBob SquarePants, Blue's Clues & You and more for your kids to choose.

On top of that, Astro has made all its news channels (except Sky News) free so you can stay informed on all Covid-19 updates.

The list includes CNN (Ch 511 HD/ Ch 531), BBC World News (Ch 512 HD/ Ch532), Al Jazeera English (Ch 513 HD/ Ch 533), Channel News Asia (CNA) (Ch 515), Bloomberg TV (Ch 517), CNBC Asia (Ch 516), ABC Australia (Ch 518) and Astro Awani (Ch 501).

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