A no-nonsense feature by feature review of Foxtel Play vs Fetch TV to help you decide which is the better option for your current entertainment needs.
With Presto shutting down at the end of January next year, Foxtel Play is stepping in to take its place as something different – an on-demand streaming service that’s based around access to live premium TV channels.
Foxtel Play’s new pricing gives you premium channels to suit any budget. For only $15/month with no lock-in contract you can have the Drama Pack with first-run shows from HBO, the BBC and more.
Both Foxtel and Foxtel Play offer exciting entertainment options in the on-demand TV sector. With this review, we will help you decide which one is best for your unique needs.
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Still going strong with huge audiences and critical acclaim, The Walking Dead returns to our screens in February for the second half of Season 7. Catch up with every single previous episode on the new Foxtel Play.
With the powerhouses of HBO and FX as well as six other channels of premium drama and entertainment, Foxtel Play’s $15/month Pop channel pack gives you access to some of the hottest premieres of the year at a new low price.
After a long drought, during which the rest of the world was almost drowning in streaming movie options, Australia is finally getting to splash around with some of the Video on demand services which have cascaded into the country over the last couple of years.
Australia’s biggest cable TV company now offers a new streamlined IPTV service called Foxtel Play. This new service can be availed by customers with no-contract subscription, updated packages, and at the lowest prices.
A new expansion of the X-Men cinematic universe that takes epic television drama to new heights, Legion premieres in February on FX. Every episode is screened express from the US each week, delivered to you via Foxtel Play.
Foxtel Play’s new Lifestyle Pack brings together the best of reality and lifestyle TV across eight premium channels, streamed direct via broadband. All for only $10/month thanks to Foxtel Play’s incredible new pricing.
Bringing together ten of the world’s most acclaimed and popular kids’ channels as a single package with a price tag of only 10 dollars a month, Foxtel Play’s new Kids’ Pack lets you stream all the young ones’ favourite shows to your computer, TV or mobile for an incredibly low price.