If you want four channels of TV snow sports goodness (and the ability to watch online as well), Foxtel has been happy to charge you $65 for the privilege. But now it turns out some customers are being given the bundle for nothing.
The Australian reports that Foxtel has offered some long-term subscribers free "season passes" to watch its Winter Olympics coverage. Customers who already paid the $65 (or the discount $50 for early bird buyers) will get a refund if they're selected for the offer. The paper suggests five-year customers are being offered the option, so if you've been signed up longer than that and have more than a basic package, it might be worth a quick phone call to Foxtel to ask why you've been excluded.
Assuming you don't qualify and don't want to pay that (and haven't coughed up to Telstra for a mobile phone pass), your free options are pretty much limited to watching Channel Nine's highlights broadcasts each evening. Nine is also offering elements of that catchup package online.
Foxtel gives 'loyal customers' free access to Games [The Australian]