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Foxtel has expanded its National Broadband Network (nbn) services for premises in fibre-to-the-node (FTTN) and fibre-to-the-building (FTTB) serviceable areas across Australia.

nbnlogo 24 May 2017The pay-TV platform is already available on the nbn for fibre-to-the-premises (FTTP) areas where the national broadband infrastructure is being rolled out.

“The way people interact online and watch streamed entertainment is changing rapidly. Fast and reliable broadband is an essential ingredient for Australia’s connected homes. Foxtel Broadband’s arrival in FTTN and FTTB serviceable areas increases our reach to more Australians than ever before,” said Mark Buckman, Foxtel’s managing director, customer and retail.

“Foxtel’s nbn offering, combined with our premium movies, TV and sport bundles provides an unrivalled experience featuring the ultimate combination of world-class programming and high performance Internet.”

Foxtel is offering new subscribers a 200GB per month broadband plan bundled with home phone and TV, from A$101 per month on a 24-month plan. An unlimited broadband bundle promotion starts from $111 per month.

Existing Foxtel TV customers can add a 200GB per month Foxtel Broadband and Home Phone bundle to their TV package for $75= extra per month on a 24-month plan. For a limited time, existing TV customers can add an unlimited Foxtel Broadband and Home Phone bundle to their TV package for $85 extra per month on a 24-month plan with no broadband set-up costs.

The Internet service offers 25Mbps download and 5Mbps upload speeds in all unlimited data plans; along with unlimited data download limits for Foxtel content, including Foxtel On Demand or the Foxtel Go app when connected to the Foxtel Broadband service at home.
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