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Netflix, Stan and Spotify have revolutionised the way we consume media but it can be a pricey hobby without the right plan.


When Netflix was announced in Australia, the country reached critical mass as our digital entertainment choices multiplied in front of our eyes. To simplify the choices for Australian consumers, we put together comparisons for TV shows and movies available on Netflix, Stan and Foxtel.

What is unmetered streaming?

Unmetered streaming is when your internet service provider (ISP) has a deal with a streaming service that allows customers to stream without using their data allowance. For example, a provider that offers unmetered Foxtel Now will allow you to stream as much Foxtel as you please without the fear of going over your cap.

Unmetered TV streaming

Updated December 12th, 2018
Name Product Unmetered on Telstra Unmetered on Internode Unmetered on Optus Unmetered on Foxtel Broadband What's next?
Foxtel Entertainment Pack
Foxtel Entertainment Pack
Broadband
No
No
Broadband
Netflix Standard
Netflix Standard
No
Yes
Mobile
No
Stan Standard
Stan Standard
No
No
Mobile
No
ABC iview
ABC iview
No
No
Mobile
No
Foxtel Telstra Entertainment Pack
Foxtel Telstra Entertainment Pack
Broadband
No
No
Broadband

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Unmetered music streaming

Updated December 12th, 2018
Name Product Individual Plan Price Unmetered on Telstra Unmetered on Boost Unmetered on Optus CTA Link
Apple Music
Apple Music
Apple Music
$11.99
Mobile
Mobile
No
Spotify Premium
Spotify Premium
Spotify Premium
$11.99
No
No
Mobile
Google Play Music Unlimited
Google Play Music Unlimited
Google Play Music Unlimited
$11.99
No
No
Mobile
Google Play Music Free
Google Play Music Free
Google Play Music Free
Free
No
No
Mobile
Spotify Free
Spotify Free
Spotify Free
Free
No
No
Mobile

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Brodie Fogg

Brodie is the Assistant Publisher at finder.com.au for everything tech and telco. When he's not drooling over the latest comic book releases or grinding away at the newest time-devouring RPG, he's helping people choose between Australia's streaming services, suggesting better broadband plans or comparing the latest mobile plans.

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    PeterJanuary 4, 2016

    What does the word “Netflix ” in the colour red MEAN that appears in some film titles searches on there menu or film listings ??

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      BrodieJanuary 5, 2016Staff

      Hi, Peter

      Titles with the red Netflix in the corner are Netflix Originals. These are titles that have been produced by or are exclusive to Netflix.

      Cheers,
      Brodie

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      peteJanuary 27, 2017

      What is needed to connect up?

    • finder Customer Care
      JasonJanuary 28, 2017Staff

      Hi Pete,

      Thank you for your enquiry.

      If you are referring to Netflix, you’ll need an Internet connection, a device that can stream Netflix and to sign up for a Netflix account. You may sign up for 1-month free trial of Netflix, if you want to try it out.

      Kind regards,
      Jason

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