Foxtel Play Comes to LG Smart TVs

Foxtel this week announced that Foxtel Play, the company’s recently launched internet TV service, is now available on compatible 2013 LG Smart TVs.

Foxtel Play enables customers with a broadband connection to watch programs from Foxtel’s amazing range of sports, drama, entertainment, documentary and movie channels live or on catch-up with no lock-in contract and no installation costs.

Foxtel Play offers customers access to content as soon as they sign up and enables them to subscribe by the month and pay as they go, with prices starting at $25 per month. With no lock-in contract, subscribers can stop and start their subscription month-to-month, to suit their circumstances or viewing choices. Set up is quick and easy and customers can be up and watching Foxtel within minutes of signing up.

Foxtel Play’s flexible package structure allows customers to choose from four basic genre-based packages priced at $25 per month for one, $35 per month for two, $45 per month for three and $50 per month for four. Sport and Movies & Premium Drama can be added for a further $25 per month each. This means that a sports or movies enthusiast can now get Foxtel’s comprehensive offering in one of those two genres plus a range of additional channels of their choosing from one basic genre-based package for $50 per month, which works out to be less than $12 per week.

Foxtel Play packages features over 45 live channels including Fox Sports 1, 2 and 3, Foxtel Movie channels, Showcase, FOX8, Arena, Lifestyle, History, Discovery, A&E, National Geographic, UKTV, FX, SoHo, MTV, Universal Channel, ESPN, Cartoon Network, Nickelodeon and Disney Channel and hundreds of catch up video on-demand titles.

Foxtel Play customers also have access to Foxtel Go as part of their subscription. In addition to their primary device, customers can register Foxtel Go on up to two additional devices including selected iPads and iPhones and selected Samsung Android tablets and smartphones.

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