Optus Entertainment: Broadband and TV bundles

With Optus' broadband bundles, you can satisfy your Internet and entertainment needs in one easy package.

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With the rise of high-speed Internet, more and more homes are shifting to a world where entertainment is delivered over a broadband connection. To take advantage of this, Optus offers a range of entertainment services alongside its Internet plans, giving you the option to combine them all into a single bill.

Two key services comprise Optus' entertainment offerings. The first is the pay TV service Fetch, while the second is Optus' own sports streaming service, Optus Sport.

Fetch on Optus

Optus TV Fetch Mighty

When adding the Fetch pay TV service to your Optus broadband plan, you can customise it to your liking. As an entry point, you can bundle in the Fetch Mini set-top box on its own and get access to catch-up TV services like 9Now and SBS On Demand as well as the ability to rent and buy movies and TV shows from the Fetch store. Alternatively, you can spring for the Fetch Mighty set-top box and gain the ability to watch 4K content and record up to 585 hours of live TV.

You can also choose from a range of premium Fetch channel packs which include popular channels like Nickelodeon, BBC First, MTV and ESPN. These packs are available for $6 per month each, or you can get all of them for $20 a month.

Channels available on Optus TV with Fetch

  • Disney Channel
  • Disney Junior
  • Nickelodeon
  • Nick Jr.
  • Cartoon Network
  • CBeebies
  • Boomerang
  • Baby TV
  • ZooMoo
  • BBC First
  • Oxygen
  • Universal TV
  • National Geographic
  • Nat Geo Wild
  • Discovery Channel
  • BBC Knowledge
  • Travel Channel
  • HGTV
  • BBC World News
  • Food Network
  • BBC Living
  • SyFy
  • TLC
  • 13th Street
  • CNN
  • Bloomberg Television
  • Euronews
  • NDTV
  • CNBC
  • France24
  • CGTN
  • Al Jazeera
  • CNA
  • MTV Classic
  • Stingray CMusic
  • ESPN
  • ESPN2
  • EDGE Sport
  • Spike
  • EGG Network
  • E!
  • Comedy Central
  • MTV
  • MTV Music
  • Style
  • Fashion TV
  • MTV Dance

There are also various Special Interest and World channel packs you can add on à la carte. World options include channel packs for China, Italy, Pinoy and Korea. If you're a sports fan, you can add the beIN SPORTS package which includes coverage of Serie A, La Liga and the Bundesliga as well as the WTA tour and international test rugby matches.

These specialist packages vary in price from $9.95 per month to $19.95 per month.

Optus Sport

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The other half of Optus' entertainment offering is Optus Sport. Available bundled with select broadband plans or as a separate add-on, it targets sports fans, specifically those with a penchant for football. A subscription gets you 24/7 coverage with the main prize the English Premier League. Optus no longer has rights to the UEFA Champions League or UEFA Europa League.

Along with live matches, Optus Sport includes pre- and post-match analysis, interviews, special features and plenty of statistics to dive into.

Unlike Fetch, you can watch Optus Sport on a variety of devices. When you're at home, you can download the Optus Sport app to your Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV or Xbox One and start streaming directly to your TV. Alternatively, you can download the Optus Sport mobile app on your Apple or Android smartphone and cast the app to your smart TV or Google Chromecast.

The Optus Sport mobile app also lets you watch live games and access exclusive content on the go. The app is available on both Android and iOS devices. If you'd rather take a larger screen with you while you're out and about, any laptop or PC can access Optus Sport via the Optus Sport website.

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    BobOctober 14, 2018

    I am an existing cable TV customer.
    Can I extend my service to include FoxFlix?
    For Netflix, I need a 4K TV, but how do can I tell if my TV set is 4K or not ?

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      JohnOctober 15, 2018Staff

      Hi Bob,

      Thank you for leaving a question.

      With regards to adding FoxFlix to your existing cable provider, you may need to speak with them directly to check if this can be added to your current plan. With regards to checking if your television is 4k capable, you may check on your television manual if it is indicated there. A 4k television refers to one of two high definition resolutions: 3840 x 2160 pixels or 4096 x 2160 pixels. 4K is four times the pixel resolution, or twice the line resolution (2160p), of 1080p (1920 x 1080 pixels). The other high definition resolutions in use are 720p and 1080i. Hope this helps!


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    PamelaSeptember 4, 2016

    I am thinking to change my telephone with Internet and Foxtel I’m not using the phone and don’t see the point of having outgoing service handy to have for income calls only I get 500g download a month with fi tell I get all channels except sport which I don’t want can you send me prices of your packages – Internet and tv

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      BrodieSeptember 12, 2016

      Hi Pamela B,

      Optus’ My Entertainment Plus and My Entertainment Plus both offer Fetch TV and cost $110 and $140 respectively. My Entertainment includes a Fetch Mighty Box with Connect Pack channels (free to air, streaming apps) and My Entertainment Plus includes over 30 entertainment channels. Both plans include unlimited data.


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    patrickJuly 7, 2016

    I live in Sydney and get Optus TV with Foxtel. I also have an Optus Broadband/Home Phone Bundle for $90 per month. Can I combine these two services as mentioned below and will this come with Premier League?
    Many thanks

    Subscribers who live in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane areas serviced by Optus’ hybrid fibre coaxial (HFC) cable system can subscribe to Optus TV with Foxtel. Users can pay $25 a month (on top of a broadband plan) for a bundle including over 40 different channels:

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    NatashaJune 12, 2016

    I want a home broadband bundle with a free tablet but difficult to find one. Can afford $109pm. Help me.

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      BrodieJune 20, 2016

      Hi Natasha,

      Southern Phone offers a family pack bundle for $99.95 that comes with a free Samsung tablet.


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      NatashaJune 20, 2016

      Hi brodie
      Whats a samsung tablet? Can i do my nursing diploma on it. If not i need a ipad or laptop bundle with home phone and or broadband


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      BrodieJune 23, 2016

      Hi Natasha,

      A Samsung tablet is similar to an iPad, except it runs on the Android operating system. You can access the internet and download word processing apps (like Microsoft Word) on both iPad and Samsung tablets. You should have no problem using a Samsung tablet for your diploma work.


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    AlexApril 22, 2016

    I am considering switching from Foxtel to Optus Fetch TV.
    Is ARENA available? Also we have two set top boxes, can Optus Fetch TV offer this?

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      BrodieApril 25, 2016

      Hi Alex,

      Unfortunately, Fetch TV does not have Arena and does not currently allow for two set-top boxes like Foxtel does.


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