How to watch Binge on Android TV

A quick guide on setting up new streaming service Binge on your Android TV.

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Foxtel's new streaming service Binge isn't solely for laptops and mobile devices. You can enjoy content on the big screen, as the platform is compatible with Android TV, among others. Here's how to get started.

Step 1. Install the Binge app for Android

If your TV supports Binge, the app will be available through the Google Play store. Start by accessing the Play Store on your Android TV and search for the Binge app. Tap Install and wait for the app to finish installing onto your device.

Step 2. Create a Binge account

Binge comes with a free 14-day trial for new customers, so you have nothing to lose if you're keen on giving it a spin. Access the app and follow the on-screen instructions to set up an account using your personal details.

Don't worry, you won't be billed before the free trial is up. If you decide to continue, subscriptions to Binge start at $10/month.

Step 3. Start watching

Now that you're all set up, you can start watching content from the Binge library. You can also access Binge via a web browser on your laptop/PC or enjoy the service on the go on your smartphone or tablet. If you need any more help with setting up Binge, check out our step-by-step guide.

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