Internode Now Selling FetchTV

After several months of trials, Internode is now making the FetchTV TV-over-the-Internet service generally available to its customers. The pricing is virtually identical to the existing FetchTV offering from iiNet: $29.95 a month for the full service, or $14.95 a month for the ‘lite’ version.

Those monthly prices assume a 24-month contract; you can also purchase the set-top box outright for $399, and then access the full version for $19.95 a month or the lite package for $5.95. (Note that if you’re not on an Internode-supplied ADSL2+ option, only the lite version is available.)

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