- BBC First
- BBC Knowledge
SCRIPPS Network Interactive
- The Food Network
- Universal Channel
Fox International Channels
- Nat Geo Wild
This upgrade to the channel offering doesn’t include any extra cost.
Scott Lorson, CEO of FetchTV said: “Fetch TV and our partners are committed to offering Australian consumers an exceptional entertainment experience. Today we add to our challenger credentials with a significant upgrade to our content offering. With the addition of 7 premium channels, Fetch TV subscribers can now enjoy a market leading base pack that includes 36 channels from leading providers including; BBC Worldwide, National Geographic, NBCUniversal, MTV, ESPN, Disney, Nickelodeon and Scripps Networks, from just $15/month.
“We are very pleased to respond to feedback from our customers who have been requesting the addition of the “best of the BBC”, including the acclaimed BBC First. We are also delighted to be the first to introduce two of the world’s most loved Lifestyle channels, Food Network and HGTV, from market leader Scripps Networks, to the Australian market. The inclusion of Nat Geo WILD, along with the high quality character based Universal Channel are also expected to be a huge hit with our subscribers”.
If you want to get Fetch why not get it as part of this Optus bundle with Netflix.
Fetch TV is the first Pay TV provider in Australia that allows users to buy TV episodes and movies. You can now download your favourite shows from a 4,000 titles library, including Game of Thrones.