Having difficulty choosing your Vodafone 4G entertainment pack? Take a look at what's coming up this month on Spotify, Sky Sports and NOW TV Entertainment to help you make your decision...

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Spring might be finally upon us, but don’t put your coat away just yet: the almighty April showers are lying in wait. Luckily, if the weather does turn sour there’s plenty to look forward to on 4G Entertainment this month.

Sign up to a Vodafone Red 4G plan and you’ll get the choice of a subscription to Sky Sports Mobile TV, Spotify Premium or NOW TV Entertainment included at no extra cost. That’s hundreds of hours of TV and music at your fingertips, but if you just can’t fit all of that in and are having trouble choosing, read on for April’s most unmissable highlights.

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Choose Sky Sports Mobile TV as your 4G Entertainment pack, and you’ll be able to watch Sky Sports 1, 2 and Sky Sports News right on your mobile or tablet. And April’s a great month to get involved…

The end of the football season is looming, which means the scene is set for some mammoth clashes at the top and bottom of the table. Manchester United have a tough April ahead, with games against Chelsea and noisy neighbours Manchester City, and Chelsea travel to Arsenal for an explosive end-of-the-month encounter. With 10 games in total – and three more from the top of the Championship too – all live and exclusive on Sky Sports, April is set to be blockbuster month for footie fans.

If you prefer rugby, you’ll find plenty of that too. Sky Sports has all the European Challenge Cup quarter finals, alongside the big daddy of Rugby League rivalries, Wigan vs St Helens, on 17 April.

There’s live Indian Premier League cricket, the ATP Tour Masters 1000 tennis from Monte Carlo, and a healthy dose of golf too thanks to the US Masters from Augusta National. April on Sky Sports is looking big for sports fans.

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Spotify is your ticket to a world of music. With 20,000 songs a day being added to the library of over 40 million, you’ll never find yourself without something to listen to. Your Premium account means you can wave goodbye to annoying ads, and you can save anything you like to your device for offline listening, too!

This month signals the return of Britpop pioneers Blur, as they release their first album in 12 years. Indeed, this is the first time the original lineup of Albarn, Coxon, Rowntree and James have recorded an album together since 1999’s ‘13’, and it happened rather by accident – the result of a few sessions in Hong Kong after a cancelled gig. “It was completely natural and spontaneous,” said Albarn in a Facebook stream to announce the album. “We didn’t have much [equipment]; it was like back when we first started recording stuff.” Keep an eye out for ‘The Magic Whip’, arriving on 27 April.

If uplifting indietronica is more your thing, there’s also a brand new album coming from Massachusetts synth-poppers Passion Pit, which should combat the April’s rainier moments very nicely. And if the wet weather does come in, grab a brolly and check out Spotify’s Rainy Day playlist.

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Your NOW TV Entertainment subscription lets you tune in live to 13 top  quality paid-for TV channels, including Sky Living, FOX, MTV, and Sky Atlantic! The big news this month? It’s time to head back to Westeros…

That’s right: Game of Thrones is set to dominate your screens once again starting this month, and you’ll be able to watch the whole of the new season on Sky Atlantic via NOW TV Entertainment from 13 April.

Also, landing on NOW TV this month is brand new US drama Madam Secretary starring Téa Leoni as Elizabeth McCord – the shrewd, determined, newly appointed Secretary of State who drives international diplomacy, battles office politics and circumvents protocol as she negotiates global and domestic issues, both at the White House and at home.

Or, if reality TV is more your thing, see what Marnie, Gaz and co are up to when Season 10 of Geordie Shore airs 7 April.

Are you enjoying your #4G Entertainment? Let us know which of our Vodafone Red 4G Entertainment packs floats your boat using the comments section below. You can find out lots more about each service here.

*Min. term contract, credit check and compatible device apply. Excludes Red Starter 4G Plan. NOW TV Entertainment Pass: available 4 Nov 14 – 3 May 15 for PAYM Red 4G customers or PAYG customers who purchase a £30 or £40 Red Freedom TopUp. Access to the NOW TV Entertainment service expires at same time as your Freedom TopUp, unless you have taken a PAYM price plan whereby your Pass will automatically renew at £6.99pm after the initial 6/12/24 months unless cancelled. Retail price paid includes the cost of the Pay monthly tariff and the NOW TV Entertainment Pass (for PAYM customers) or cost of Freedom TopUp, Red 4G tariff and Entertainment Pass (for PAYG customers). 3 month NOW TV Sky Movies Pass: available 4 Nov – 23 Dec 14 for PAYM Red 4G customers inc. MBB (excludes 30 day plans & 30 day SIM only) & PAYG customers who buy a £40 smartphone & £20 Freedom TopUp. Activate Pass before 31 Jan 15. Renews at £9.99pm at end of 3 months unless cancelled. Retail price paid includes the cost of a 3 month NOW TV Sky Movies Pass (£9.99pm) and cost of Pay monthly tariff (for qualifying Red 4G monthly packages) or cost of handset and Freedom TopUp (for qualifying PAYG packages). NOW TV Account set up with debit/credit card required. 18+. UK only. Content streamed via BB/4G. Sky Sports Mobile TV: Sky Sports 1&2 only and Sky Sports News HQ only. Content may vary. Full terms at vodafone.co.uk/entertainment-packs. Limited coverage. See vodafone.co.uk/coverage.