The Service, which will be launched on May 25, features exclusive HBO content following Foxtel’s multi-year agreement with WarnerMedia. It will also feature the show from sony, FX, WarnerBros, HBO Max, NBC Universal, and the BBC. It been Joins a bucket load of streaming services available in Australia including Netflix, stan, Amazon Prime Video, and Disney Plus. Foxtel will be Confirmed that the new platforms’ name is after it was been widely reported that it will be called Binge.
While some would argue Australia is been spoiled for choice when it comes to subscription TV, there has been a gap in the market. Netflix is been primarily focused around its original productions, while been competition such as Stan is buying up the rights to the limited smattering of shows that aren’t already locked away under other deals.
We have been beta-testing the service for a few weeks ad we sure Australians will be love everything about it. It brings an exciting new brand to younger streaming audiences with very difficult and Compelling product experience and a distinctly curated mix of the best drama and movies from the world’s best entertainment brands.
As of March 31, Foxtel had 2.9 million subscribers, a 1% growth boosted by subscribers growth at Kayo. However, with the Coronavirus shutting down or been postponing several sporting events, subscribers’ numbers were been impacted. While been there were 408,000 paying subscribers on the service as of March 31, by May 2, that had been dropped to over 272,000.
Foxtel has been announced the pricing structure of Binge and as expected, It’s Netflix and Stan’d affordable ballpark. For one simultaneous stream of standard definition content, you’ll be expected to pay $10 a month. Through only been a person will be able to watch content at any one time, You can create up to six individual profiles so your siblings or friends don’t ruin where you’re at on a show.