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Media Release: Tuesday, 23 May 2017
Foxtel doubles nbn™ footprint
Foxtel Broadband brings nbn™ Fibre-to-the-Node and Fibre-to-the-Building access bolstering the performance of Foxtel broadband built for entertainment
Foxtel today announced that it has expanded availability of its nbn™ services for premises in Fibre to the Node (FTTN) and Fibre-to-the-Building (FTTB) serviceable areas across Australia. The move follows Foxtel’s recent arrival on the nbn™ for Fibre-to-the-Premise (FTTP) areas. Today’s news means more customers than ever can enjoy Foxtel’s high performance broadband, purpose built for entertainment.
Australia’s continued hunger for broadband data usage is being driven by widespread video streaming, a growing number of connected devices and more data-demanding applications. At the same time, customers expect an improved broadband experience so they can access their data and stream their content when and how they want.
Foxtel Broadband puts entertainment at its core and has been recognised by YouTube+ as offering a superior HD experience for video streaming. Foxtel’s nbn™ expansion reinforces Foxtel’s leadership in addressing the increased needs of today’s connected households.
Mark Buckman, Foxtel’s Managing Director, Customer and Retail, said, “The way people interact online and watch streamed entertainment is changing rapidly. Fast and reliable broadband is an essential ingredient for Australia’s connected homes. Foxtel Broadband’s arrival in FTTN and FTTB serviceable areas increases our reach to more Australians than ever before. Foxtel’s nbn™ offering, combined with our premium movies, TV and sport bundles provides an unrivalled experience featuring the ultimate combination of world-class programming and high performance internet.”
Foxtel offers a range of nbn™ and ADSL broadband and home phone bundles, which are designed to deliver fast and easy streaming to multiple devices throughout customers’ homes.
New customers can sign up to a 200GB per month broadband plan bundled with home phone and TV, starting from as little as $101~ per month on a 24-month plan. Foxtel is also offering its unlimited broadband bundle starting from $111* per month with no set-up costs* for a limited time.
Existing Foxtel TV customers can add a 200GB per month Foxtel Broadband and Home Phone bundle to their TV package for only $75= extra per month on a 24-month plan. For a limited time, existing TV customers can add an unlimited Foxtel Broadband and Home Phone bundle to their TV package for only $85^ extra per month on a 24-month plan with no broadband set-up costs.
Foxtel’s ADSL broadband bundles are ‘nbn™ ready1’, meaning current and new customers on Foxtel ADSL broadband plans today will be able to easily switch their service to the nbn™ network without needing to recontract, once the nbn™ from Foxtel service becomes available at their home.
Foxtel’s broadband bundles feature:
Unrivalled content – Foxtel Broadband is bundled with Foxtel TV packages and our internet-ready set-top boxes to provide access to the best live sport, new movies, shows and complete seasons, live and on demand;
Fast internet speeds# with the 25 Mbps download and 5 Mbps upload speed tier included in all unlimited data plans;
No data download limits for Foxtel content, including Foxtel On Demand3 or the Foxtel Go app3 when connected to Foxtel Broadband at home;
The Foxtel WiFi modem designed for fast WiFi speeds#, great in-home coverage and easy streaming to multiple devices in your home, free on a 24-month contract;
YouTube HD verified+ video streaming for less buffering and superior HD quality;
Unlimited standard local calls2 included in all broadband bundles and unlimited standard national calls2 also included in the unlimited broadband bundles;
Easy management of all Foxtel services with the convenience of a single bill, one contract and 24/7 technical support
For more information please visit: www.foxtel.com.au.
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