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Foxtel bundles available now

Richard Freudenstein

Richard Freudenstein

Australian telco Foxtel’s new subscription TV, Broadband and Home Phone bundles have gone live and are now available.

Existing Foxtel TV customers can now bundle broadband internet access, plus stay connected with family and friends with unlimited standard local and national calls, starting from an extra $65 per month on a 12 or 24 month 50GB plan when added to their Foxtel TV package.

Meanwhile new customers can sign up to Foxtel’s new subscription TV, Broadband and Home Phone bundles featuring broadband internet access and unlimited standard local and national calls along with Foxtel’s TV Entertainment Pack, featuring 43 popular news, general entertainment, factual and lifestyle channels, starting from $90 per month on a 12 or 24 month 50GB plan.

“Foxtel is passionate about bringing Australians the best entertainment experience possible,” comments Richard Freudenstein, Foxtel CEO.  “We’ve worked tirelessly to make that experience more accessible through our investments in pricing and packaging for cable and satellite customers and through our new movies and TV streaming service, Presto.”

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