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Foxtel launches new connected set-top box

Richard Freudenstein

Richard Freudenstein

Australian pay-TV operator Foxtel has announced that its new iQ3 set-top box is now available to new and current subscribers.

The iQ3 features a new edge user interface and WiFi internet connectivity. It comes with a number of new features – including the ability to ‘Start Over’ from any point in a program’s broadcast, view intelligent search and recommendations, and easily access on-demand ‘Anytime’ programming.

“After delighting a nation of TV lovers with our unbeatable pricing and packaging and innovative ways to enjoy TV live and on demand, we’re thrilled to introduce the Foxtel iQ3, our smartest, most powerful set top box, ever,” says Richard Freudenstein, Foxtel CEO. “iQ3 represents a revolutionary step forward for Australian TV viewers that brings with it exciting new ways to search, discover and experience the shows they’re passionate about.”

 

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