How to set up 10 All Access: A step-by-step guide

Setting up 10 All Access is as easy as following our 5 quick steps.

10 All Access offers a diverse content library of TV shows, ranging from The Bachelor Australia to NCIS. Even better, you can start watching with only a few clicks. Here's how:

Step 1: Make sure you have a compatible device

10 All Access is available on your PC/Mac, but it's also compatible with several other devices. Before you sign up, make sure yours made the list:

  • PC/Mac
  • Smartphones/tablets
  • Apple TV
  • Android TV (Sony Bravia, miBox and selected TV models)
  • Chromecast
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Step 2: Access the 10 All Access website

Go to the 10 All Access official website. The page should look something like this:

Click "Join Now & Get 1 Month Free". The service comes with a one-month free trial, so you can test-drive it to see if it's a good fit for you.

Step 3: Create your 10 All Access account

In the next screen, enter your personal information. Add your name, email address and a password you will use to access the platform. Hit "Continue". Then, enter your address and payment information. Once that's done, click on "Review Order". If you have a promo code for 10 All Access, click on "Have a promo code?", enter it and click on "Apply". In the final screen, review your subscription and you're good to go.

Note that 10 All Access won't charge your credit card until your free trial expires. If you're not enjoying the platform, remember to cancel your subscription before the free month is up. 10 All Access offers a single subscription tier, for $9.99/month. There are no contracts, so you can cancel your account anytime.

Step 4: Set up 10 All Access

Desktop computer or laptop

Streaming shows via your computer is the easiest way to enjoy 10 All Access. Simply access the website with your browser and start watching. 10 All Access works with Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Edge and Internet Explorer.

Smartphone/tablet

To enjoy 10 All Access on your mobile device, head over to Google Play or the App Store, search for 10 All Access and install the app. Then, enter your login details and start streaming. If you're a new subscriber, you can also sign up directly via the app.

10 All Access is supported on iPad, iPhone and iPod touch devices running iOS 10 and 11+, as well as any Android mobile device running 4.0.3+ or higher.

Apple TV

To add 10 All Access to your Apple TV, open the App Store and search for 10 All Access. Select the 10 All Access app and "Get". The app is compatible with Apple 4th generation or higher. If you're a new user, you can also sign up via Apple TV. Otherwise, enter your details and start streaming.

Android TV

Android TV is basically Android optimised for the big screen. To stream 10 All Access, install and launch the 10 All Access channel, then select "Sign In". Enter your login details and start streaming. If you're a new user, you can subscribe to the platform directly via Android TV.

Chromecast

You can cast 10 All Access to your TV using Chromecast (2nd generation, Ultra and selected TV models). To cast from your mobile device, make sure you set up Chromecast properly and install the Google Home app. Once that's done, browse 10 All Access to find the show you want to watch and hit the "Cast" button to watch on your TV.

Users can also cast from a laptop via the Chrome browser. The procedure is pretty much the same. Simply hit the "Cast" button and you will be able to watch on TV.

Step 5: Start streaming with 10 All Access

That's it! Once you have set up your account and installed 10 All Access on your favourite device, you can start watching. Select a show from the content library, press play and enjoy.

You'll see "Shows" at the top of the screen, click on it and pick whatever you want to watch from the library. Or, click on "Live News" and you will access a live stream of the US news channel CBSN.

Alternative streaming providers

If you're not enjoying 10 All Access or find yourself struggling with the service, you can always consider signing up for a different streaming provider. Thankfully, there are multiple options available. Compare providers in the table below and pick the one that sounds best:

Updated May 20th, 2019
Name Product Details Service type 4K/UHD? Simultaneous streams Free trial? Price What's next?
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
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
View details
On-demand streaming
No
2
10 days
$25 p/month
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.
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
View details
On-demand streaming
No
2
10 days
$104 p/month
Kayo Sports Premium
Kayo Sports Premium

Kayo Sports Premium

  • Service type

    Sports
  • Free trial?

    14 days
  • Price

    $35 p/month
Go to site View details
Sports
No
3
14 days
$35 p/month
Amazon Prime Video
Amazon Prime Video

Amazon Prime Video

  • Service type

    On-demand streaming
  • Free trial?

    30 days
  • Price

    $6.99/month
Go to site View details
On-demand streaming
Yes
3
30 days
$6.99/month

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