With Foxtel already Australia’s premier pay TV service, available on its own iQ2 boxes and the Xbox 360, Foxtel’s 50% owner is set to unveil Foxtel on its own T-Box from Sunday the 27th of June.
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.
Microsoft and cable tv provider Foxtel have signed an agreement to deliver cable TV channels over the internet via Xbox LIVE. This includes a wide range of video-on-demand content, and is a broadside shot back at Sony on the launch day of its PS3 based video delivery service.
Written by: Graeme Philipson | Published in: EntertainmentAcer has signed a four year agreement with Foxtel as its exclusive quality assurance, repair, refurbishment and warehousing service provider in Australia.
Telstra's T-Box IPTV set-top box will receive a fresh injection of content next week, with the telco revealing today that significant amounts of content from its Foxtel pay TV joint venture would be available on the T-Box from 27 June.
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.
Telstra will launch, next Sunday June 26, a range of Foxtel content to users of its T-Box connected to Telstra's cable broadband services, with the same offering to be available over Telstra ADSL a couple of months later, all quota free.