Written by: Alex Zaharov-Reutt | Published in: EntertainmentIf you’re an existing Foxtel customer through satellite or cable, you can now watch up to 21 live Foxtel channels on your iPad, but only if you already subscribe to them – with Foxtel on Xbox 360, Internet TV or T-Box subscribers sadly excluded from Foxtel’s iDelivered fun.
The ACCC has given the go-ahead to Foxtel's planned acquisition of Austar, but has imposed restrictions tighter than those proposed by Foxtel in the undertaking it submitted in March in a bid to get the deal over the line.
Netcomm has entered into a supply agreement with Foxtel for Foxtel’s subcsribers to “be among the first to benefit” from NetComm’s 200Mbps Powerline Adapters. These let consumers connect their Foxtel iQ boxes to their network for video on demand services, without installing additional cables, thanks to Netcomm’s 200Mbps powerline technology.
Well, we knew Optus chief executive Paul O'Sullivan's fighting words about the Foxtel/Austar merger wouldn't go down well in some quarters, but we didn't quite expect this epic spray from Foxtel chief Kim Williams.
In a seemingly inevitable move, the Foxtel TV Guide application is now available on Apple's iPad. The Foxtel TV Guide application is free, and although it won't let you watch shows it's still alot of fun.
Written by: Alex Zaharov-Reutt | Published in: EntertainmentIf you’re a Foxtel subscriber with the sports package and you want to watch the London 2012 Olympics on your iPad or “compatible” Android tablet – Foxtel now has the “London 2012 app” available – just in time!
The multi-billion dollar merger of Foxtel and Austar has taken another step forward, with the pair confirming yesterday that definitive agreements had been signed which will see Foxtel buy all of the issued shares in its fellow pay TV operator.