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?
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.
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!
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.
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?
Even though the Australian digital marketplace is opening up quickly, exclusive deals (where some titles are only available on some platforms for a period of time) are still part of the scene. So how do you choose which services are right for you?
We all use the Internet every day, but not everyone thinks about the fact that you’re far less private online than you are at home. Here’s some ways to keep your private info away from prying eyes.