To celebrate its birthday, Foxtel is currently running a special offer. The offer combines the best in sport and entertainment with its highly recognised broadband service.
New customers can sign up to Foxtel’s 200GB broadband and home phone service and get access to Foxtel’s Sports and Entertainment packs for $99 per month.
The special offer features 12 sports channels. You can easily catch up with FoxSports 1-5, Fox Footy, beIN Sports 1-3, ESPN 1-2 and Eurosport. Subscribers can watch every game of every round live and ad-break free during play across NRL and AFL. Also, you can tune in to see every race, practice and qualifying session live of Formula 1 and Supercars.
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Plus, customers on this offer will get to enjoy Foxtel’s brand new sports channel dedicated to NRL coverage. The new Fox League channel launching on 27 February will be a 24-hour channel covering the 2017 NRL Premiership. There will also be professional commentary shows and programs featuring the game’s history and heritage, as well as the each and every match not found on your local NRL free to air channel (excluding the grand final).
In addition, the bundle comes with 45 popular entertainment channels. The list includes FOX8, UKTV, Arena, TVH!TS, Lifestyle, National Geographic, Nick Jr., SkyNews and more.
Foxtel’s special Sport and Entertainment pack with 200GB of Foxtel broadband data is available for $99 a month on a 12-month plan. In addition, all Foxtel content streamed On Demand, or via the Foxtel Go mobile application, when connected to Foxtel broadband in the home is unmetered. Thus, it does not affect customers’ 200GB data allowance. You also get a home phone with unlimited standard local calls.
If 200GB isn’t enough for your browsing needs, Foxtel also offers a special Unlimited Broadband + Sport Bundle. That will cost you $120/per month.
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