Download limits lifted for Presto Foxtel Broadband customers
February 4, 2015
By Colin Mann
Priming its weaponry as it prepares for the launch of Netflix in March, Australian SVoD service Presto has confirmed that Foxtel Broadband subscribers will enjoy no data download limits when accessing Presto’s unbelievable TV and movie entertainment. The news comes on the heels of the announcement by Foxtel that it has now launched triple-play bundles.
Presto customers who take one of the new Foxtel Broadband bundles will now see even greater value from their combined subscriptions and can binge on their favourite movie and TV shows unrestricted by data download limits.
Shaun James, Director of Presto and On Demand, said: “Presto subscribers are passionate about entertainment and enjoy binging on their favourite shows. The massive volume of hours viewed each week is testament to Presto’s popularity and today we’re thrilled to confirm that Foxtel Broadband subscribers can now indulge all they want on the programmes they love free from data limits.”
Presto recently launched Presto TV bringing a selection of 1,000s of hours ad-free television shows to Australian TV lovers for A$9.99 per month.
Presto TV’s launch follows last year’s successful launch of Presto Movies, which features blockbusters and all-time favourite films from a constantly updated collection of movies.
Presto TV, Presto Movies and the Presto Entertainment bundle are currently available across PC, MAC, iPads, select Android devices and via Google Chromecast. Subscribers can register up to four compatible devices and watch two devices simultaneously.