The Telstra Best Bundle Ever is perfect for families, gamers and TV fans who love to binge-watch.
Imagine a home you can control through your smartphone. Where you can get the updates of your choice – like weather, traffic, news and sports – with just the sound of your voice. Sounds good? Than you'll love Telstra's smartest bundle yet.
Telstra’s Home Wireless Broadband Plus plans are perfect for renters or for households without fixed broadband. And now, with the new Netgear Nighthawk M1, exclusive to Telstra, you can experience the world's fastest mobile hotspot.
Looking for a new broadband provider? Telstra is currently offering new customers an incredible bundle which comes with 1000GB of data on the NBN and a Telstra TV.
Telstra Mobile is currently offering an extra 2GB of data per month to anyone who signs up for the M mobile plan online. You get additional perks as well. Read on to find out more.
Enjoy the summer with this great offer. Score a free Telstra TV with 6 months of Netflix when you sign up for Telstra broadband and home phone bundle.
Telstra is feeling generous this holiday season. New customers can enjoy 1000GB of data and the Foxtel Entertainment pack for only $99/month. Whether you plan to catch up with your favourite shows or watch some quality TV with your loved ones, you’re covered.
Good news for Foxtel from Telstra subscribers. Movie enthusiasts will now have access to a brand new channel featuring ad-break free movies and special pop-up events. The channel will launch at the beginning of July and will be available to new and existing platinum and movie subscribers at no additional cost.
Telstra customers can finally purchase Telstra TV, the shiny streaming media player that gives users access to several streaming services and apps. Telstra partnered with Roku to provide customers with access to Netflix, Presto, Stan, and a variety of catch-up services from free-to-air television networks.
Good news from Telstra: the telco giant partnered up with Roku and will launch a new service, Telstra TV, in September. Streaming will become even easier, since Telstra plans to offer users access to several local streaming services - Stan, Netflix, and Presto - in one place.
Bundling streaming TV services is a common strategy by telcos to attract new customers. To prove our point, Telstra is currently offering a six-month subscription to both Presto and Stan for new and reconnecting clients on its home broadband services.
Telstra has now doubled down on the importance of its sporting rights digitally. Just in time, as negotiations between NRL and AFL are underway, the pair hoping to come to an agreement on a broadcasting deal.
At their recent annual general meeting Telstra revealed plans to increase their ownership in the video streaming and analytics firm Ooyala from 23% to 98% with an investment of USD 270 million. Ooyala will become a subsidiary of Telstra but operate as a separate business unit, led by its current team. The Ooyala brand will be retained.
Telstra upgraded the service it offers with increased data limits and the inclusion of the Foxtel Go app in some bundles. These upgrades will be available alongside with the launch of its new phone, broadband and entertainment bundles.