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How to watch Binge on Apple TV
A quick guide on setting up new streaming service Binge on your Apple TV.
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Foxtel's new streaming service Binge has a lot going for it. The list includes an attractive content library, competitive pricing and good device compatibility. You can enjoy titles from the library on the big screen, as the platform is compatible with Apple TV, among others. Here's how to get started.
Step 1. Install the Binge app for iOS
If your Apple TV supports Binge, the app will be available through the App Store. Launch the App Store and search for the Binge app. Once you've located it, tap the Install button on your remote and wait for the app to finish installing onto your device.
Step 2. Create a Binge account
Once that's done, launch the app and set up an account. Binge comes with a free 14-day trial, so you've got plenty of time to decide if it should become a permanent addition to your entertainment roster.
Follow the on-screen instructions to set up an account using your personal details. You won't be billed before the free trial is up and there are no contracts, so you can cancel your subscription anytime.
If you decide to continue using the service after the trial, subscriptions to Binge start at $10/month.
Step 3. Authenticate your Binge account
Now that you've made a Binge account and have downloaded the app there's just one last thing you have to do. When you proceed to log in on your Apple TV you'll two things that pop-up on your screen.
The first is a website that you'll be asked to head too (https://auth.streamotion.com.au/authenticate) and the second is a unique six digit code. Once you've entered the code correctly, you should see a green tick on your screen that says "Congratulations, you're all set!' and your Apple TV should automatically enter the Binge app.
Step 4. Start watching
Now that your account is set up, you can instantly start watching titles from the Binge library which includes the likes of Mrs America and Westworld. 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. See our guide for setting up Binge if you need any help.
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