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It's been years since the good ship Netflix first left its home port in the USA, find out how far it's come!

The launch of Foxtel Now was eagerly anticipated by those who love Foxtel content. With HD streaming and Chromecast support, the service is quickly positioning itself as a worthy competition for Netflix, with one important addition: live TV. So which to choose between the two? Let's take a look at each service's pros and cons.

Building on the Foxtel Play foundation but taking things to the next level with support for full HD, Chromecast, web browsers, and multiple devices on the way, Foxtel Now is a real upgrade of a long-standing brand. So what’s changed? Read on to find out!

Since 2003, Quickflix has delivered movies and TV shows through disc rental and streaming to Australian subscribers. Now that Netflix is available, the question is: how do the two services compare? Join us as we take a look through the pros and cons.

With the launch of Netflix and Foxtel Play in Australia, the online streaming competition is heavier than ever. Discover the differences between Netflix here and Foxtel Play!

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If TV entertainment is your thing, Foxtel is probably the biggest player on the scene, with its corporate fingers in every pie from IPTV to satellite broadcast media, and cornering exclusive content from the US, the UK, and elsewhere.

Stan and Foxtel Play are two homegrown streaming platforms that cover different needs. If live TV is what you’re after, Foxtel Play is the better choice. If binge-watching is more your thing, you can’t go wrong with Stan. We take a look at both services to help you choose the one that best suits your needs.

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Nine Network’s approach to catch-up TV is to keep things clean, clear and simple, with the focus being squarely on the shows themselves rather than the fan and viewer activity surrounding them.

Now live in Australia at an unusually low subscription price of $5.99 per month, NBC Universal’s reality-only streaming service Hayu is perfect for fans of the genre.

We're going to come right out and say it. When we started writing this comparison, it seemed a little unfair. After all, we already know that Foxtel is the dominant force in Australian Pay TV entertainment. It has dozens of premium channels and exclusive coverage of some of the best sporting events in the world. Freeview is... free?

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Presto used to be the movie streaming subscription service from Foxtel. Back then, we tested it to see how good it was.

While current smart TVs can handle all of the latest streaming services in the one place, there’s no need to feel like you’re missing out if you’re happy with your current, slightly less smart TV. There’s a bunch of ways you can get your streams onto your TV without spending too much.

Although Netflix can be streamed on a wide range of devices, you should be aware of your device’s requirements to play Netflix. To help you out, we have compiled a list of all the devices that allow you to watch the comprehensive selection of movies and TV shows available on Netflix.

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Included free as part of your Foxtel subscription, the Foxtel Go app lets you live-stream all your subscribed channels wherever you are.

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Whether you’re interested in news, the arts, art-house movies, UK drama, or cutting-edge Australian comedies, dramas and documentaries, there’s going to be something on SBS on Demand to grab your attention.