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Foxtel NBN plans

When you want more than what a regular streaming service can offer you, try Foxtel NBN.

Foxtel has long been around in the Australian home entertainment industry, though nowadays it also offers a broadband connection to go with it. You can pair an NBN50 plan with some of their channel packs in order to get access to a bunch of channels of entertainment plus Internet.

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Foxtel NBN plans explained

You can only get an NBN connection from Foxtel when you bundle it with their entertainment options, too. All their broadband connections are NBN50, with a typical evening speed of 52.70Mbps. You will also get a home phone line with unlimited local and national calls. They are available on 12 or 24 month contracts.

  • Foxtel Plus bundle. Unlimited data and 50+ channels, including drama, lifestyle, documentaries and reality for $124/month.
  • Movies HD bundle. Unlimited data and 50+ Foxtel Plus channels, as well as 10 movie channels for $129/month.
  • Sports HD bundle. Unlimited data and 50+ Foxtel Plus channels as well as 50 sports on 12 live HD channels for $134/month.
  • Premium bundle. Unlimited data and 50+ Foxtel Plus channels, 50 sports on 12 live HD channels, 3 kids' channels and thousands of hours of movies on demand for $154/month.

You'll have to pay a $0 activation fee and $140 for a WiFi modem. These fees are waived on a 24 month contract. All plans allow for an additional Netflix subscription for varying costs.

Which channels are included in Foxtel's NBN bundles?

Foxtel offers several entertainment packages. You can get them either as month to month or sign up for a 12-month contract and receive a discount on the monthly cost. With any pack, you can add on a standard Netflix subscription for $12 per month on a month-to-month plan. Keep in mind that prices indicated below are for Foxtel's standalone entertainment packages and do not include Foxtel NBN.

  • Foxtel Plus. $49/month. 50+ channels, including drama, lifestyle, documentaries and reality.
  • Sports HD. $74/month. 50+ Foxtel Plus channels as well as 50 sports on 12 live HD channels.
  • Movies, HD and Kids. $74/month. 50+ Foxtel Plus channels, 3 kids channels and thousands of hours of movies on demand.
  • Premium. $99/month. 50+ Foxtel Plus channels, 50 sports on 12 live HD channels, 3 kids' channels and thousands of hours of movies on demand.
  • Platinum Plus. $139/month. All the same inclusions as the Premium package. Also offers 11 "Favourites" channels, the ability to use Foxtel on a second screen and an included Netflix Standard subscription. If you buy it on a 12-month plan, you'll get 2 store title movies for free over the course of the year.

For each plan, you'll have to pay an additional $150 for the iQ4 box and a further $100 professional installation fee. These fees are waived if you sign up on a 12-month contract.

Interested in Foxtel's entertainment packages? Find out more here

Other Foxtel deals

  • Netflix bundle. On any entertainment bundle, you can add on a standard Netflix subscription for an additional $12 per month.
  • Multiscreen. For $15 extra per month, watch Foxtel on another screen using the Foxtel smart TV app.
  • Foxtel magazine. If you're keen, you can get the Foxtel magazine for just $3.95 per month, which contains complete month channel listings, interviews, behind-the-scenes stuff and more.
  • Channel add-ons. When the channel packs aren't enough, you can add on Antenna TV from Greece or RAI International from Italy for $23 per month and Sky Racing + from $5 per month.

How do Foxtel's NBN plans compare?

Since you can't get a Foxtel NBN plan unless it's tied with a Foxtel entertainment package, we've taken a look at how their Foxtel Plus NBN bundle compares to a couple other bundled options on the market.

Telstra has options to add Foxtel onto their NBN plans, but as you can see, you'll be paying more with Telstra than you would if you went straight with Foxtel. Optus also gives you the option to add Foxtel to their NBN plans for an additional $25 a month, however we've chosen to compare Foxtel's entertainment extra with a Fetch TV bundle. On Dodo's NBN plans, you can add a Fetch subscription for an extra $25/month as long as you're in a 12 month contract with them. It does make their monthly costs cheaper than both Foxtel options, but it really depends if you want what Foxtel has to offer. If it's Foxtel you want, you're better off going directly with the provider.

To compare more of Foxtel's plans against the rest of the market, you can use our NBN search engine and adjust the filters to what you're looking for.

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