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Every streaming free trial in April 2020

Looking for a free ride through the world of entertainment? We've got 482 days worth of free television, music and more.

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Update: Netflix has cancelled it's free trial period for Australians

Entertainment services like Amazon Prime Video, Xbox Games Pass and Apple Music offer veritable smorgasbords of streaming entertainment just waiting to be gobbled up by hungry film and TV buffs. Like an all-you-can-eat buffet, though, it's understandable if you don't want to plonk down your hard-earned cash until you know that the feast within is actually worth it.

This is where free trials come into play. Almost all of the major Australian streaming services now offer free trials for new customers, saving you from unwittingly signing up for a service that only has enough good content to last you a week or two of binge-watching, tops.

Free trials aren't the only way to score access to top-quality entertainment at no cost, either. More and more Internet providers are throwing in free (or at the very least, unmetered streaming) subscriptions with their broadband or mobile plans, perfect for customers who are looking to upgrade their Internet connection anyway.

Streaming services free trials

Name Product Details Service type 4K/UHD? Simultaneous streams Free trial? Price What's next?
Foxtel Now - All Packs
Foxtel Now - All Packs

Foxtel Now - All Packs

  • Service type

    On-demand streaming
  • Free trial?

    10 days
  • Price

    $104 p/month
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On-demand streaming
No
2
10 days
$104 p/month
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Foxtel Now - Pop and Lifestyle
Foxtel Now - Pop and Lifestyle

Foxtel Now - Pop and Lifestyle

  • Service type

    On-demand streaming
  • Free trial?

    10 days
  • Price

    $25 p/month
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On-demand streaming
No
2
10 days
$25 p/month
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The Pop pack includes premium HBO drama like Westworld and Game of Thrones and Foxtel Originals like Picnic at Hanging Rock. Lifestyle includes popular TV shows like Gogglebox Australian and Selling Houses Australia.
Amazon Prime Video
Amazon Prime Video

Amazon Prime Video

  • Service type

    On-demand streaming
  • Free trial?

    30 days
  • Price

    $6.99/month
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On-demand streaming
Yes
3
30 days
$6.99/month
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hayu Standard
hayu Standard

hayu Standard

  • Service type

    On-demand streaming
  • Free trial?

    30 days
  • Price

    $6.99 per month
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On-demand streaming
No
1
30 days
$6.99 per month
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10 All Access
10 All Access

10 All Access

  • Service type

    On-demand streaming
  • Free trial?

    30 days
  • Price

    $9.99 p/month
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On-demand streaming
No
3
30 days
$9.99 p/month
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Kayo Sports Basic
Kayo Sports Basic

Kayo Sports Basic

  • Service type

    Sports
  • Free trial?

    14 days
  • Price

    $25 p/month
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Sports
No
2
14 days
$25 p/month
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Kayo Sports Premium
Kayo Sports Premium

Kayo Sports Premium

  • Service type

    Sports
  • Free trial?

    14 days
  • Price

    $35 p/month
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Sports
No
3
14 days
$35 p/month
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