Get your entertainment on this Christmas with a free one-month trial of Foxtel Now

Matt Sayer 19 December 2017 NEWS


From now until 10 January, you can binge on Foxtel's TV and movie catalogue for a full month at no cost.

Craving a quiet Christmas at home, curled up on the couch with a buttery bowl of popcorn and an ambition to do as little as possible for the entire holiday period? Well, we've got some good news for you. Between now and Wednesday 10 January, Foxtel is extending its regular two-week free trial of its streaming service Foxtel Now to a full month, giving you twice as much time to gorge on its extensive library of TV shows and movies without forking out a single dollar.

Like the two-week promotion, the one-month free trial gets you all of Foxtel Now's channel packs, from the HBO-heavy Drama pack to the premium Movies pack to the vast array of sports coverage in the Sports pack.

Thanks to deals with some of America's biggest TV networks, Foxtel Now has exclusive streaming rights to a number of popular shows like Mr. Robot, The Walking Dead, Westworld and of course, Game of Thrones. Signing up for the free trial gets you access to all these shows and more, with unrestricted streaming to a wide array of Internet-connected devices like Telstra TV, Google Chromecast, PlayStation 4 and any modern phone or computer.

The only catch to the Foxtel Now trial is that you need to be a new Foxtel Now subscriber – if you've tried the service out before, you won't be able to take it for another free test drive. Otherwise, simply click the link below to kick back and enjoy a month of free entertainment courtesy of Foxtel Now.

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