Optus is introducing Optus SubHub - an application that simplifies content subscriptions and memberships by putting them in one place and allowing eligible Optus customers to save money and discover new content options.
The Seven television network has teamed up with Optus to develop a channel featuring Seven’s coverage of Tokyo 2020 in 4K Ultra HD, which will be exclusively available to Optus 5G Home customers via Fetch.
Fetch promises its subscribers will get "access to enhanced features in the coming months, including a faster way to access Netflix and more ways to discover and search for Netflix content".
Optus has announced a tie-up with Fetch TV to ensure that the the latter's set-top box will work with the Google Assistant on Google Home and compatible Android mobiles and iPhones.
Let’s get ready to rummmbbbbblllle and rustle up a spare $59.95 to watch either Mayweather pummel McGregor, or McGregor pummel Mayweather on your Fetch TV.
NBC International’s SVOD competitor and reality TV service, hayu, has already launched for some Fetch subscribers, and will be rolling out to all boxes in the coming weeks.
The premier mixed martial arts outfit, UFC, has announced a new broadcast partnership with Fetch TV, resulting in Fetch now being the “Official Broadcaster of the UFC” in Australia.
Cartoon entertainment channels Cartoon Network and Boomerang have launched on Fetch TV following Fetch’s addition of the Turner CNN news channel in October last year.
Optus has upped the ante in the battle by telcos for the hearts and minds of mobile phone and broadband users, giving mobile and fixed broadband customers new content as part of their entertainment packages and a boost to their mobile TV streaming service, including free access to Yes TV by subscription TV provider Fetch Entertainment.
Fetch TV has snagged Presto TV to stream on Fetch’s Gen 3 PVRs, and will come to existing Gen 2 PVRs in early July alongside a new Fetch TV mini box, too.
In case you thought it would be business as usual with iiNet in new hands, think again and it didn’t take long for things to change. Less than a week after the acquisition was approved, TPG has pulled Fetch TV from iiNet. What else will change?
Netflix and Fetch TV have announced that Fetch is the first Australian Pay-TV service to integrate Netflix on Fetch’s 2nd-gen TV box.
Take that, Presto - Fetch TV is adding seven premium channels to its service from 1 February 2015, including BBC First, BBC Knowledge, BBC UKTV, The Food Network and HGTV from SCRIPPS, NBC’s Universal Channel and Fox’s Nat Geo WILD.
New home phone and internet bundles from Optus include Fetch TV.
Dodo is the latest ISP to turn to Fetch for TV and video services.
IP pay TV provider Fetch TV has released a new version of its app for iOS and Android, adding the ability to watch certain subscription channels live.
ABC TVs internet channel iView has been integrated into the Fetch IPTV main menu, providing users with ready access to the entire suite of iView content on their TV.
The same old TiVo with a bigger hard drive is an insult to loyal Australian TiVo users.
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