How Do I Get a Foxtel Play Free Trial?

Information verified correct on May 24th, 2017

Fancy trying out Foxtel Play but not sure if you’re going to like it? Then grab yourself a free trial and give it a go first.

The competition for internet TV providers is heating up nicely, and that means some great offers for the consumer. Almost all providers offer a free trial to get you in the door, and Foxtel Play is no different. So read on for all the information you need on how to get it for free.

How long is the Foxtel Play free trial?

At the time of writing Foxtel Play are offering a Try 2 Weeks Free of their service.

What do I get on my Foxtel Play free trial?

On your free trial you can get access to everything that you would have access to on a paid account. This includes:
Genre picks (valued at $25 for one month, $35 for two months, $45 for three months, $50 for four months - note that prices are stated for p/m).

  • Entertainment
  • Drama
  • Documentary
  • Kids

Premium picks (valued at $20 per month for movies and drama, $25 per month for sports.)

  • Premium movies and drama
  • Sports

Foxtel Play two weeks free trial

Get free trial for two weeks now at Foxtel Play

How do I get my Foxtel Play free trial?
It’s easy to get your Foxtel Play free trial, simply follow these instructions:

  1. Go to the Foxtel Play website using the link provided above.
  2. Click the ‘Start your free trial’ in the top right hand corner.
  3. Select your genre picks and premium picks, then click check out.
  4. Enter your address and payment information.
  5. Download Foxtel Play app to your device.
  6. Start watching!

When should I cancel my Foxtel Play free trial?

You can cancel your free trial anytime within 2 Weeks . Try to remember this though, as if you forget you’ll automatically be billed when your trial is over. But remember, Foxtel Play has no-lock in contract, so even if you forget you can always cancel the following month.

Brodie Fogg

Brodie is the Assistant Publisher at for everything tech and telco. When he's not drooling over the latest comic book releases or grinding away at the newest time-devouring RPG, he's helping people choose between Australia's streaming services, suggesting better broadband plans or comparing the latest mobile plans.

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