Telstra adds billing integration for hayu customers

Brodie Fogg 8 June 2018 NEWS

Ushering in one of the strangest examples of combined utilities we've ever witnessed.

Australia's largest mobile network and Australia's largest purveyor of reality television have combined forces in the weirdest buddy cop duo ever. Telstra and hayu recently announced carrier billing integration for the Telstra TV's version of the hayu app.

Rather than receive two separate bills for both their mobile and/or broadband service and their streaming services, hayu and Telstra users can now bundle both into the same simple bill. Allowing you to see your additional data charges and (maybe) one of the reasons for them to be side-by-side.

To celebrate this new partnership, Telstra and hayu are offering an extended three-month trial of the service when accessed via the Telstra TV app.

Users have been begging for an integrated billing and streaming solution for ages now. With hayu, Netflix, Stan, Prime Video, Foxtel and many more services on the way (Disney being the largest) there's going to become a point where comprehensive integrated billing systems will be one of the most valuable features a telco can offer.

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