Foxtel NBN expands to FTTN and FTTB

Alex Kidman 23 May 2017 NEWS

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Even more ways to get online with Foxtel broadband

When Foxtel launched its NBN broadband offerings, it was initially only available to customers whose premises sat within the Fibre To The Premises (FTTP) footprint. If you were a fixed-line NBN customer whose NBN connection came via a different technology, you weren’t able to access Foxtel Broadband services, up until today.

Foxtel has announced that from today, its Foxtel NBN broadband and subscription TV bundles are available to customers who access the NBN via Fibre To The Node (FTTN) or Fibre To The Building (FTTB) connections.

Foxtel’s particular unique selling point is, naturally enough, that it bundles in its subscription television packages alongside broadband bundles, which could be good value if you’re interested in Foxtel’s TV offerings. All of its IPTV packages, including Foxtel on Demand and the Foxtel Go app are quota-free when using Foxtel Broadband in the home, giving customers another way to access Foxtel’s video content.

The move comes as Foxtel prepares to slice its Foxtel Now IPTV channel offerings considerably, with a reported name change to Foxtel Now also on the cards.

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