Xbox And Foxtel Sign Agreement

On the back of Sony’s recent announcement about the PlayStation Network providing movie content via the PS3 console, Foxtel and Microsoft have announced a new partnership offering Australians a new way of receiving Foxtel – over the internet and direct to television sets through Xbox 360’s online service Xbox Live.


On the back of Sony’s recent announcement about the PlayStation Network providing movie content via the PS3 console, Foxtel and Microsoft have announced a new partnership offering Australians a new way of receiving Foxtel – over the internet and direct to television sets through Xbox 360’s online service Xbox Live.

Fox Sports, Discovery, Nickelodeon, Disney, MTV, and other leading channels via their Xbox 360 entertainment console.

Foxtel by Xbox Live will also provide a wide range of Video-on-Demand (VoD) services, including television series and movies. When the ground-breaking service launches later this year it will enable Australians, for the first time, to access Foxtel without the need for a Foxtel set-top-box.

The new service will be accessible in Foxtel areas across Australia to all homes with a broadband internet connection. All you need is an Xbox 360, an Xbox Gold subscription and a Foxtel by Xbox Live subscription.



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