Ready for a month chock-full of entertainment content courtesy of Foxtel Now? In July, the streaming service is offering a lot to new subscribers, from Game of Thrones Season 7 to the return of series like The 100, Suits, and Insecure. What really caught our eye, however, is the Lifestyle channel pack, which lets you stream all the lifestyle content you crave for only $10/month. And with upcoming series like Common Sense and The World’s Most Extraordinary Homes, that’s what we call a bargain.
The former Foxtel Play service rebranded as Foxtel Now last month and gained a lot of attention thanks to its slick new interface, affordable channel packs, and improved device compatibility. You can watch your favourite content on PCs/Macs, mobile devices, Chromecast and Telstra TV. Even better, HD streaming is now the norm, so watching TV in style was never easier.
There’s no complicated installation involved – simply sign up and start watching instantly via the internet. Plus, you can cancel or pause your subscription anytime. You can either catch up with channels live or watch on demand content at your own leisure.
Subscribers can pick between five base channel packs. Lifestyle, Kids, and Docos are all $10/month each, while Pop and Drama are $15/month each or $25/month both. On top of that, you can add two premium packs – Movies ($20/month) and Sport ($29/month). These two are available once you already have a base pack in your subscription.
With the upcoming Game of Thrones Season 7 finally premiering on July 17, you might want to give the service a try. But besides opening you up to the amazing world of Westeros, also, Foxtel Now offers plenty of other shows to keep everyone in the family entertained. Luckily, without breaking the bank.
Find out your Streaming TV options
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Foxtel Now July Deals
In July, Foxtel Now subscribers have plenty of entertainment options to choose from. Both the Drama and Pop packs include the showcase channel, so you can keep up with Game of Thrones at the same time as in the US or watch episodes on demand.
And if you don’t already have a Lifestyle pack subscription, it may be the time to splurge. You’re seconds away from streaming the very best in food, homes, entertainment and reality television from Australia and around the world. The pack only costs $10/month and there’s no Promo Code required to take advantage of this great Foxtel Now offer. Simply create a Foxtel Now account and you’ll be online in no time.
What to watch in July
This month, Lifestyle subscribers can watch a plethora of new content. The World’s Most Extraordinary Homes is set to premiere July 6, only on Foxtel. Join award-winning architect Piers Taylor and actress and property enthusiast Caroline Quentin as they explore world’s most extraordinary homes and meet the people who turned their fantasy home into a reality. Plus, we have some additional titles you might want to check out.
My Kitchen Rules UK
July 3 on Lifestyle Food
Two legends of British cuisine – two-time Michelin Star restauranteur and chef, Michael Caines, and Queen of home cooks and food writer, Prue Leith – present a new entertaining and competitive cooking series. They will be joining forces to judge 16 pairs of entrepreneurial amateur cooks, challenged to open their own restaurant at home for one ambitious night in a bid to scoop the £10,000 prize.
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July 5 on Lifestyle
From the creative team that brought us award-winning observational series Gogglebox Australia comes Common Sense – your new must-watch weekly offering that is sure to tickle your funny bone and get you talking. Premiering Wednesday July 5 at 7.30pm EST on Lifestyle, Common Sense moves the action into the workplace, with 10 groups of diverse professionals discussing the week’s most-talked-about news and current affairs topics.
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Project Runway: Fashion Startup
July 6 on Arena
Fashion and entrepreneurialism are brought to a whole new level with Project Runway: Fashion Startup. The series showcases aspiring fashion and beauty entrepreneurs as they pitch their concepts for the chance to secure funds from a panel of expert investors to help grow their budding ventures. With their own time and money on the line, the experts give each entrepreneur tough love and sage advice as they pitch their concepts with hopes of securing an investment. Special appearances by renowned fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger.
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The Lifestyle Pack brings some much-needed diversity and variety to your entertainment options. The list of channels includes Lifestyle, Arena, Lifestyle Food, Lifestyle Home, E!, and TLC.
Moreover, each pack you choose comes with a suite of extra channels completely free of charge. These are V Hits, Fox News, TVSN, Sky News Live, Sky News Business, Sky News Weather, Fox Sport News.
Thanks to Foxtel Now, watching Foxtel over the internet has never been easier. The revamped streaming service offers HD streaming and Chromecast compatibility, so you can easily watch on the big screen. Telstra TV is also supported, or you can watch on your computer via a Google Chrome browser. The app is available on mobile devices as well. In other words, you don’t have to worry about missing a show, movie, or sporting event ever again! Simply fire up the app on your smartphone and you’re good to go.
Other devices, including PlayStation 3 & 4, Xbox One and select Smart TVs are still able to stream Foxtel content live in SD via the Foxtel Play app. You can cancel, pause, or change our subscription at any time.
Sign up and enjoy the perks
As you can see, the sign up process is seamless. But the good news doesn’t end there. You can enjoy everything Foxtel Now has to offer completely free for two weeks. EVERYONE can grab the Foxtel Now free trial, whether you’re a new user or existing Foxtel Play subscriber! What are you waiting for?