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Australian subscription streaming service Foxtel Now has unveiled its app for PlayStation 4 owners, just in time for the start of HBO’s Game of Thrones season seven.

PlayStation 4 Wallpapers 14 JulyPlayStation 4 owners can download the new Foxtel Now app from PlayStation Store to their PS4 or PS4Pro and subscribe to the revamped Internet-delivered streaming service from the News Corp and Telstra joint venture.

The subscription video-on-demand (SVOD) service offers flexible bundles, with its Drama and Pop packs providing Game of Thrones, Big Little Lies, Wentworth, Veep, SiliconValley, Westworld among other series, for A$15 each per month or A$25 for both. Sports, movies, children’s and lifestyle packs can be added for an additional fee.

“We’re thrilled to add PlayStation 4 to our list of Foxtel Now supported devices so soon after launch. When we announced the arrival of Foxtel Now just a few weeks back, we promised a series of quick updates and today’s news couldn’t come at a better time for fans of Game of Thrones who are eager to follow the schemes and scandals of next week’s season opener,” said Deanne Weir, managing director of content aggregation and wholesale, Foxtel.

Patrick Lagana, director of marketing, Sony Interactive Entertainment Australia, added: “The quality of content and convenience of Foxtel Now, paired with our brand new video interface, means there’s never been a better time to be entertained on PlayStation.”

Foxtel Now features a new user interface, the addition of HD streaming on select devices and the ability to stream via Telstra TV, Google Chromecast, iOS and Android mobiles and tablets, PC/Mac via the Google Chrome browser and now on PlayStation 4.

The service is currently available for a free two-week trial.