Australians will now have a new streaming service to choose from with Network Ten’s 10 All Access, giving popular choices such as Netflix and Stan some fresh competition. Priced at $9.99/month with a risk-free 1-month trial, 10 All Access will serve as a new platform for outstanding entertainment with more features to come.
The way viewers access entertainment has changed a great deal with the advent of streaming TV and apps. In Australia, the playing field continues to expand as audiences are introduced to new players — this time, it’s the CBS-owned Network Ten introducing their new subscription video platform 10 All Access. Its launch surprised the market with a $9.99/month subscription fee, comparable to that of Netflix and Stan.
On-demand and Streaming TV
10 All Access, the Australian version of CBS’s All Access, will operate alongside catch-up app Tenplay and will deliver over 7000 episodes of shows from CBS and Ten, ad-free. This includes original shows Tell Me A Story, One Dollar, and Strange Angel. Long-time CBS favourites Survivor, NCIS, NCIS: Los Angeles, CSI: Miami, Blue Bloods, and the 24/7 CBSN news join its content lineup as well.
For reality television, Ten’s staple shows The Bachelor, The Bachelorette, and I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here are solid options to start with. The original Sabrina the Teenage Witch is also available for streaming. Even better, subscribers can access new and original CBS shows just after they air in the US, so you can watch them before they officially premiere on free-to-air and pay TV screens in Australia.
Ten All Access Features and Perks
Subscribers can use three screens simultaneously across iOS and Android devices, Apple TV, Android TV, and Chromecast online. As a result, Network Ten can claim to offer the same convenience delivered by other streaming services with their new streaming platform. You can watch anytime, wherever you are on your phone, tablet, desktop or streaming media player. And as it continues to develop, Australians can expect more platforms to be added in the future.
Summary of Services
10 All Access already has great content and promising features to begin with, and the Australian market can only expect Ten’s new streaming service to continue in its development as far as its content and product features are concerned. After all, the customers’ viewing experience need to be consistently and substantially improved if Network Ten’s new video on-demand platform intends to compete with the major players in the streaming industry. That clearly appears to be the goal, with Network Ten chief executive Paul Anderson saying in a statement that they will “continue to evolve 10 All Access with more great content to binge on and more product features to enhance the viewing experience.”