Foxtel has expanded its online TV guide from a week to 14 days, improving your odds of not missing a vital program if you go away on holidays. Foxtel iQ owners can also use the guide for remote scheduling of recordings, though for a prolonged absence a series link is probably still a better bet. While you can access the electronic program via your TV (which remains a seven-day listing), the online version offers the ability to search by title, channel or rating, as well as the extra week of information.
Foxtel Expands Online TV Guide To 14 Days
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