iiNet Shrinks FetchTV Contracts, Adds Freezone Content

There are plenty of internet service providers offering IPTV service FetchTV as an option, but the vast majority ask for a 24-month contract. iiNet has broadened its options, offering the Starter package on a 12-month contract and the Entertainment bundle on a six-month deal.

iiNet (and its subsidiary Internode) have both previously offered an outright-buy deal with no contract at all, but the new option offers a less onerous way of signing up without paying a $399 hardware fee. There’s no setup fee either. Under the circumstances, it’s hard to see why anyone is going to choose the 24-month deal.

iiNet is also offering a Freezone app for its FetchTV customers, which makes it easier to browse the Freezone content (including music broadcasts and some extreme sports) offered unmetered to all iiNet customers


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