Both Foxtel and Foxtel Play offer exciting entertainment options in the on-demand TV sector. With this review, we will help you decide which one is best for your unique needs.
The NRL season is underway, now is the time to make sure you don’t miss any more of the action!
Australia’s biggest cable TV company now offers a new streamlined IPTV service called Foxtel Play. This new service can be availed by customers with no-contract subscription, updated packages, and at the lowest prices.
Included free as part of your Foxtel subscription, the Foxtel Go app lets you live-stream all your subscribed channels wherever you are.
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?
With 21 years’ experience in covering international sports of all persuasions, Fox Sports is the must-have source for the world’s sporting action.
After three years of streaming Foxtel at a similar price point to the home-installed service, Foxtel Play is revitalising its packages with incredibly good value pricing and flexible packs that make bring premium TV channels to the online world at a Netflix-style price.
Fetch TV’s latest Mighty and Mini set-top boxes may just put an end to the remote wars and claim the coveted lounge room crown. How can they do this? Read on to find out!
Fetch TV combines Free-To-Air & Subscription TV channels, Catch Up TV, PVR, and a Movie & TV rental service.
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Let’s face it, nothing brings the house together quite like having something good to watch. With the Foxtel EOFY Sale, you can watch Game of Thrones Season 6 FREE for 2 months!
A year after adding TV to their lineup, Presto’s got some great shows on offer that you really should be watching. We take a look at the ten that we thoroughly recommend.
iiNet TV and Optus TV both offer a Fetch extension that subscribers can use to get access to a large selection of unlimited films per month. Since the providers offer the same Fetch connection, it’s important to compare the compatibility and availability specifics for each provider to make an informed decision.
With a big year of sport and entertainment coming up, which deal offers the best value for those who want to get hooked up with Foxtel? We provide some answers.
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?