Foxtel’s Prices Change To Reflect VOD

Foxtel’s new video-on-demand services are priced pretty similarly to other offerings. That hasn’t stopped Foxtel altering some of its pricing in the wake of the new services.

TV Tonight notes that the pricing for a basic package will rise from November 1, while pricing for some HD packages will fall slightly. Foxtel also confirmed that it is dropping its existing Box Office service for on-demand movies via cable, moving purely to delivering via the Internet will stop offering free Box Office movies on-demand as part of some packages, though the Box Office service (which uses the cable network, not broadband) will remain available. (Updated after receiving additional information from Foxtel.)

Price change for Foxtel from Nov 1 [TV Tonight]

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