Hey you! hayu is now free for Foxtel subscribers

Nick Broughall 7 June 2016 NEWS


Foxtel subscribers addicted to reality TV are getting a digital injection of the Kardashians, thanks to a deal with streaming service hayu.

As part of the deal, any current Foxtel subscriber with a package that includes E! Entertainment Television will get a free subscription to hayu at no extra cost. All customers need to do is activate their account on the hayu website.

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30-day free trial with hayu

Binge over 6,000 episodes of reality TV, including Keeping up with the Kardashians, Made in Chelsea, and Real Housewives.

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To be eligible, that means Foxtel customers will need to have either the Entertainment Plus, My Escape, Drama & LifeStyle, or Laughter and Living package. The offer is also open to Foxtel Play (now known as Foxtel Now) subscribers with the Entertainment pack add-on.

Once activated, Foxtel customers will be able to stream more than 3,000 episodes of popular reality programs, including Keeping up with the Kardashians, The Real Housewives series, and Top Chef franchises.

According to the fine print, the deal isn't available to Telstra T-Box, Optus TV or Foxtel business customers, and is only available until 31 May 2017. There's also no loophole to allow reality-loving customers to sign up for the deal and then downgrade their Foxtel package, as losing E! Entertainment Television from your subscription will also cancel the hayu subscription.

For a comprehensive rundown of every show available to stream on hayu, check out our list of hayu TV shows.

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