Foxtel Now provides a seamless and inexpensive way to gain access to the Foxtel channels you want without investing in a traditional Foxtel subscription. You simply stream content via the internet to your preferred device and can watch live even when you’re on the go with your smartphone. Yet, some TV events are best enjoyed on the big screen. That’s why we’ve come up with a comprehensive guide that explains all the ways in which you can watch Foxtel Now on TV.
The main advantage of having Foxtel is that you can watch stuff on the big screen without any hassle. You simply turn on your TV and… well, that’s it. Plus, Foxtel offers numerous channels that aren’t available with Foxtel Now, so there’s no doubt that a traditional cable subscription still has its benefits. Not to mention that you get the fancy iQ4 box, which allows you to record up to 345 hours (SD); and you also get access to the Foxtel app to watch on the go.
On the other hand, Foxtel Now wins bonus points for being extremely convenient and costing less. It’s available even in areas where Foxtel isn’t. All you need is a broadband connection. Moreover, the team behind Foxtel Now has been making tremendous efforts recently to add Foxtel Now to more and more devices. Because while some subscribers are perfectly satisfied with watching the latest episode of The Walking Dead on their laptops, others want to experience the show on their big screen TVs. Thankfully, there are several ways to accomplish that.
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Watch with the Foxtel Now box
Foxtel has been teasing the release of their own streaming device for some time. Finally, the gadget is here. The Foxtel Now box is available for
With the Foxtel Now box, there’s no installation. All you need to do it plug it into your TV and start watching. Through one simple device, you can access not only Foxtel Now, but also free-to-air TV, a world of apps and games from the Google Play Store, YouTube, Netflix, and Stan (subscription required). Also, it comes with Chromecast built-in. You can read more in our extensive Foxtel Now box review.
Use PlayStation 4 to watch Foxtel Now on TV
As we said, Foxtel Now is becoming available on more devices, and the PS4 is one of the latest additions to the list. There are only a few simple steps you need to follow to stream Foxtel Now with PS4. The streaming service works with all models of PlayStation®4.
You will need an Australian PlayStation Network (PSN) account to login and download application. Sign in to the PlayStation Network with your PSN account and go to the TV & Video section. Then, select the Foxtel Now icon and download the Foxtel Now app. Access Foxtel Now from the TV & Video section and log in using your Foxtel Now username and password. You’re good to go.
Watch Foxtel Now content with Telstra TV
Streaming boxes have been growing in popularity lately, and Telstra TV is one of the best currently on the market. If you already have one, streaming Foxtel Now is piece of cake. Navigate to the Apps menu on your Telstra TV, then locate and select the Foxtel Now app to download. All that’s left is to open the app and login with your credentials.
Stream Foxtel Now to your TV with Chromecast
Another great (and cheap!) way to stream Foxtel Now to the big screen is to use Chromecast. This handy device costs only $59 and allows you to stream content to your TV from all your favourite services – including Netflix, YouTube, and so on. Once your Chromecast is properly set up, you can stream to your TV directly from your mobile device or laptop using the cast button. Having trouble? We have a detailed guide here that will help.
As you can see, you don’t have to limit your Foxtel Now viewing to your laptop. There are several easy and affordable ways to stream content to the big screen. Whether we’re talking about the latest Outlander episode or