Providing fast connection whether you’re at home or on the move, mobile broadband has made advances that essentially increase its internet speed– if you can handle the data limits.
After many complaints about buffering and slowdowns during evening peak periods, Australia’s internet providers have been asked to give a typical evening maximum for each speed tier.
Live sports streaming is a huge thing in the USA, but here in Australia it’s been restricted to Foxtel Now – until Amazon unexpectedly jumped into the game with live streaming coverage of American NFL and ATP tennis!
With TVs and streaming boxes now pre-loaded with various apps – with many more that can be downloaded – is the content these lower-profile apps offer worth a look? And which ones stand out from the crowd?
A lot of people signing up for an NBN plan have chosen one of the slowest speed tiers to keep costs down – but there are many advantages to spending a bit more for a faster speed.
Streaming TV isn’t just about the grown-ups spending an evening binge-watching on the latest Netflix original series – ‘cause the kids have shows they want to watch too! Luckily, various streaming services deliver with quality shows and movies and more importantly, with parental controls to make sure they watch safely.
Due to increasing complaints about slow connection, the NBN has started the first phase of its plan to change prices – and that already means faster speeds for less money for you!
With catch-up and live streaming TV now available for every channel on just about every smartphone, you might be looking to trade up to a device that’s better for viewing – larger screen, better sound, or better picture quality. We take a look at some of the best smartphones around for TV viewing.
It’s the battle of the streaming boxes, as we look at the very capable Telstra TV 2 and its rival, the Fetch TV Mini – both offers ready to stream video, watch pay TV and broadcast TV, and more. Which one’s got more edge over the other? Read on to find out.
Foxtel Play was a huge success with customers, but had its limitations. The newly-launched Foxtel Now, though, shakes things up with HD support on multiple devices, a revamped user experience and high definition on-demand content.
Fans of reality TV shows in all their many flavours are spoilt for both choice and value with the dedicated reality streaming service, Hayu. But alongside Foxtel Now’s reality-heavy Lifestyle Pack, how does Hayu’s huge library of content compare?
While you can always go direct to Foxtel to get your pay TV service hooked up, Telstra offers their own set of packages under the Foxtel From Telstra brand – and it’s worth comparing both to see which suits you better.
With a merger happening between Foxtel and the provider of many of its live sport channels, Fox Sports, changes are likely to come to the way Foxtel brings its world of sport to fans.
The NBN gives all Internet providers big and small access to the same nationwide broadband network, so it’d be easy to assume that no matter which provider you choose, the service you get will be the same. But that is very much not the case.