Fetch TV services will be available to Aussie Broadband customers from 19 November
Aussie Broadband is the latest broadband provider to start offering Fetch's range of set-top boxes and subscription TV plans.
Fetch has just announced that from 19 November, customers of Aussie Broadband will be able to add a Fetch Mighty set-top box to their accounts for $15 per month. For the more budget constrained, the Fetch Mini set-top box will be available for $10 on top of their existing contract obligations. Aussie Broadband will open up pre-orders from 19 November, with actual services kicking off in December 2018.
That's for the basic Fetch service on either the Fetch Mighty or Fetch Mini set-top boxes, with a range of additional content packs available to Aussie Broadband customers from $6 per content pack per month. There's no ongoing obligation for content packs with Fetch.
The Fetch Mighty or Fetch Mini you get through Aussie Broadband remains locked to Aussie only, so you can't take it to other providers, and it'll be sold only with Aussie Broadband's Unlimited NBN plans, so you don't need to stress about data usage with your shiny new Fetch set-top box.
Aussie Broadband joins Optus, iiNet, Internode, Westnet, Dodo and iPrimus in offering Fetch set-top boxes to broadband customers, although you can also buy Fetch set-top boxes outright and add them to any broadband plan you like.
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