How many devices can I use Foxtel Now on? You can register up to five devices on Foxtel Now at once, and you can watch on two of those devices at the same time. If you want to watch on another device after registering five devices, you'll need to de-register one of your existing devices to add the new one.
Pricing for Multiroom is as follows: Min additional cost $250 (including $100 standard install fee and $125 equipment fee) for 1 month with an iQ3/iQ4 or $200 (including $100 standard install fee and $75 equipment fee) for 1 month with an iQ2. MyStar2 box available to customers in selected regional areas.
Download the Foxtel app on your compatible Smart TV or streaming device. Note: You can find the Foxtel app in the Apps section of your compatible Smart TV or streaming device. Log in to Foxtel app using your Foxtel ID. Once you're logged in, you'll be able to view Foxtel on your chosen device.
Make sure that your registered Foxtel Go device and your Smart TV, Chromecast or Apple TV device are connected to the same WiFi connection. Once set up, it's as simple as tapping the Chromecast or Airplay symbols on the content you want to watch via Foxtel Go and waiting for the two devices to sync up.
Multiscreen* lets you watch Foxtel in another room by either: casting the Foxtel GO app to your TV using Google Chromecast or Apple AirPlay. using the Foxtel app on eligible Samsung, Sony and LG Smart TVs and PlayStation 4.
You can download and log in to the Foxtel Go app on up to five devices and can watch on two devices at the same time. Note: If you're also using the Foxtel app, this also counts towards your registered devices.
Every Foxtel Now subscription also gives you access to Foxtel GO on your mobile, tablet, or browser so you can take your favourite shows on the go. You can register up to five devices and stream on two devices at the same time. Update your devices at any time when you log on to any Foxtel Now or Foxtel GO application.
Foxtel Now is the pay TV giant's answer to Netflix. It's cheaper than a traditional Foxtel subscription, there are no contracts, installation fees or installation at all – all content is streamed online.
About moving home. Can I move my Foxtel service to a different address? Yes, as long as Foxtel is available at your new address.
Easy, we use a HDMI splitter. So to sum up this process we take a HDMI cable out of the Foxtel box and into a HDMI splitter, then one lead will go back into the original TV or amplifier and the second output lead will go into the new TV in the other room.
You will mix the Foxtel box with the TV antenna. Once the Foxtel box is mixed with the TV antenna through a digital modulator, you will be able to watch the Foxtel box on other TVs. The advantages are that you will not be limited by distance, and the signal can be sent to all the TVs in the home.
So, to answer the question of whether Foxtel still provides discounts for Seniors Card holders and pensioners – no, they don't.
If you have an iQ2 or older box, you don't need to return it to us. You can hold on to your box in case you choose to reconnect Foxtel at a later date, or you can dispose of it thoughtfully at a local e-waste facility. Find an e-waste collection centre near you.
Foxtel nbn™ technology
Foxtel currently provides access to the nbn™ network via the Fibre to the Premise (FTTP), Fibre to the Node (FTTN) and Fibre to the Building (FTTB) technologies.
Our iQ4 and iQ5 box allows you to set up your Foxtel services without a satellite dish (using the box in internet-only mode). This means that the iQ4 and iQ5 can be connected via the internet to stream live and On Demand Foxtel content as well as access Ultra HD, apps and more.
While Foxtel GO comes as a free inclusion with your Foxtel subscription, not all channels are supported live. Remember that a lot of the channels that aren't available "live" on Foxtel GO are available through the "catch-up" feature. With Foxtel Now, you will only have access to the channels you subscribe to.
Foxtel Now box FAQs
Can I use the Foxtel Now box without an active Foxtel Now subscription? You don't need an active subscription to use the Foxtel Now box, just a Foxtel Now login. However, to get the most out of your Foxtel Now box we recommend subscribing to Foxtel Now, available from $25 per month.
A free service for existing Foxtel customers, this isn't anywhere near as versatile when it comes to devices you can stream on. In fact it's limited to phones, computers and tablets within Australia.
With access to the full Android TV feature set and its app store as well as a built-in Chromecast, the sky's the limit when it comes to what you can do with the box. And its Foxtel Now functionality is the best available on any platform.
You'll need to have a Multiroom as part of your subscription to watch Foxtel GO using Google Chromecast. If you're not sure whether you have a Multiroom, you can check in My Account: Log in to My Account.
However, the cheapest way to get a Foxtel subscription is through Foxtel from Telstra.
Yes. If you already have a Netflix subscription and sign up to Platinum Plus bundle, all you need to do is log in to the Netflix app on your iQ3 or iQ4 and follow the prompts to link your Netflix subscription to your Foxtel bundle.
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This Foxtel Approved 2-Way Signal Splitter is the easiest and most cost effective way to split your incoming Foxtel signal to multiple Foxtel Boxes, iQ or iQ2 devices.