TRY FOXTEL NOW FROM TELSTRA FREE FOR A MONTH
Get Foxtel Now free for one month when you sign up for Foxtel Now from Telstra. Watch over 70 channels across all packs for free.
Last audited 16 Feb 2021
Stream your favourite shows instantly on Foxtel Now. Start with the Essentials and choose from Sport, Movies, Drama Extra, or get it all with the All Packs which include Kids and Doco bundles. Sign up for this Telstra service and enjoy Foxtel Now free for your first month. Offer ends 30 June 2021.
How it works
Get the Essential pack at $25/month and then add your prefered pack: Drama Extra ($10/month), Movies ($20/month), Sports ($29/month). Get All Packs package for $104/month and don’t miss a thing.
What do you get with Foxtel Now from Telstra?
What’s Streaming on Foxtel Now
Enjoy unlimited entertainment with Foxtel Now
Instantly stream the latest TV shows, movies, sport, news, and more at home or on the go. Foxtel Now gives you the latest shows from the US and the UK, including HBO dramas, Foxtel originals, and complete seasons of your favourite shows.
Get loads of choices with the Premium and Specialty packs
Start right with Essentials, which includes Pop and Lifestyle. If you want more, choose between Sport, Drama Extra, Kids TV and Movies, or get in all with the ultimate entertainment pack for the whole family.
All your needs in one package
Telstra offers all of the modern essentials — from broadband to mobile to digital entertainment. With the addition of Foxtel Now, it’s more convenient to get everything you need in one place. If you’re a postpaid customer, simply add Foxtel Now into your bill and start streaming.
Watch on a wide range of devices
Stream Foxtel Now from Telstra instantly on the devices listed below:
Devices supported on Foxtel Now
– Foxtel Now Box: Yes
– Sony Android TV: Yes – OS 7.0 and above
– iOS Mobiles/Tablets: Yes – Via Foxtel Go app (iOS 9.3.5 or above)
– Android Mobiles/Tablets: Yes – Via native app (Lollipop 5.0 or above)
– PC/Mac: Yes – Web browser only (Google Chrome and Safari)
– Google Chromecast: Yes – Via casting
– Google Nest: Yes – on Foxtel Go via a compatible Chromecast device connected or built-in to your TV
– Apple TV: Yes – Via AirPlay
– Telstra TV: Yes – All models
– PlayStation 4: Yes – All models (Foxtel Play on PlayStation 3)
– Samsung Smart TVs: Yes – Select 2017 models and above, running on Tizen 3.0 or above
– LG Smart TVs: Yes – Select 2017 models and above, running webOS 3.5 or above
– Hisense Smart TVs: Yes – Select 2019 – 2020 models
– Shield TV: Yes – on Shield TV and Shield TV Pro
Start streaming for free!
What people are asking about Foxtel Now
A way to watch Foxtel’s live channels and stream on demand without needing the installation of a satellite dish, Foxtel Now uses broadband internet streaming for its channels, and is watched via an app that’s available both for your TV and your mobile devices.
You can have up to five devices registered to use Foxtel Now at any one time, and you can stream on any two of those at the same time. You can remove and add devices to the list as often as you like.
Unlike some other streaming services, Foxtel Now’s mobile apps don’t allow downloading content for offline viewing. However, almost all shows seen on Foxtel Now’s channels can be streamed on demand at any time.
No – because Foxtel Now’s channel content is almost all available to stream on demand at any time after it’s aired, there is no need for a recording feature.
Foxtel Go is the app that all Foxtel customers use for viewing live channels and streaming on mobile phones and tablets – sign in with your Foxtel Now account and all your channels and content will be there for you. You can also use the new Foxtel apps on smart TVs or your web browser. Essentially, Foxtel Now is the service, and Foxtel Go is one way of accessing it.
There’s a total of 77 channels available on Foxtel Now, sorted into six channel packs. “Essentials” (the entry level pack) contains drama, comedy and lifestyle channels, with Drama, Movies and Sports available as add-ons. Kids and Docos packs are added when you subscribe to the All Packs bundle.
All subscribers to Foxtel Now get the base starter channel pack, called Essentials, by default. This pack contains several premium drama channels, comedy and lifestyle channels, and a range of general channels covering music, news and shopping.
While you can watch your Foxtel Now channels anywhere in Australia – making it the ideal TV service for frequent travellers – because of rights restrictions it can’t be used while you’re overseas. If you’re travelling outside Australia for an extended period, you can pause your subscription.
At the moment, Foxtel Now is only available in high definition for both linear channels and on-demand streaming. While 4K streaming isn’t available at the moment, Foxtel has suggested it might be a feature seen in the future.
All Foxtel Now subscribers start with the base Essentials channel pack, which costs $25 per month and provides a range of drama, documentary, lifestyle and news channels. On top of that, extra packs can be added including premium drama ($10), movies ($20), Sports ($29) and more.
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Foxtel Now: You must be a new or returning Foxtel Now customer and have an eligible Telstra consumer post-paid mobile or fixed broadband service to be eligible for this offer. Eligible customers must redeem through an active Telstra account at http://hub.telstra.com.au/foxtelnow or on a Telstra TV. Offer extended to 30 June 2021.
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