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Foxtel revamps broadband pricing

October 9, 2017

Having recently expanded its availability of nbn (national broadband network) services Australian quad-play operator Foxtel has announced new pricing for its broadband bundling.

Existing customers can access Unlimited Broadband + Home Phone for A$75 (€50) per month, with no set-up fees on a 24 month contract. HD Platinum customers get the same for A$65 per month with no lock-in contract. For new customers who add an Entertainment pack on a 24 month plan, pricing starts at A$101 a month.

Foxtel recently expanded its availability of nbn services, to include access to Hybrid Fibre Coaxial (HFC), alongside Fibre-to-the-Node (FTTN), Fibre-to-the-Building (FTTB) and Fibre-to-the-Premise (FTTP) serviceable areas across Australia.

“At Foxtel, we are passionate about entertainment whether you’re watching a live game or bingeing on The Walking Dead,” commented Peter Tonagh, Foxtel CEO. “That’s why we pride ourselves on being a Broadband provider where your service is specifically built for entertainment with nbn, unlimited streaming, a modem optimised for video, and HD certification from YouTube. We are also committed to our loyal customers, which is why we are offering our Platinum subscribers a compelling low price, we won’t charge any upfront fees, and they can enjoy the flexibility of a no lock-in contract.”

“With the addition of HFC, we have secured the most important broadband technologies and can now service over 92 per cent of Australian households with either ADSL or nbn connectivity. Our new pricing puts us in a very competitive position and whether you’re an existing Foxtel customer or new to our service, our bundles are exceptionally attractive.”

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