Top Stories tv
- The One Big Problem With Unmetered Netflix Access In Australia
- The Best Chromecast Apps (2015 Edition)
- Gallipoli And Better Call Saul: The Australian TV Streaming Brawl Is On
- Your TV's Advanced Picture Settings, Explained
- How To Turn YouTube Into Your Ultimate Entertainment Hub
- Foxtel's Presto TV Streaming Is Overpriced And Lacking Content
Netflix’s announcement today of its March 24 launch date in Australia also confirmed that several Internet service providers (ISPs) will offer it unmetered, meaning binge watching hours of programming won’t eat into your monthly data allowance. While that’s good news, there is one catch to bear in mind.
We’ve long known that Netflix would officially launch in Australia at some point in March, and now we have a date: Tuesday March 24. We also have a better idea of which devices will be supported at launch, and we even have one ISP which says it will offer unmetered access. But what will we be paying?
Television broadcasts in 3D promised to give people an extra dimension in viewing movies, sport and other entertainment but take up of the technology has not been that great. This is not the first time the industry has tried to use television screens to bring 3D to our living rooms. So what’s going wrong?
Netflix still hasn’t officially arrived, but the battle over who has the best shows available on key streaming services in Australia has now well and truly started. Stan last night put the entirety of Nine’s Gallipoli mini-series online ahead of its TV broadcast, while Ezyflix.tv made a swoop on another of Stan’s key titles, Better Call Saul.