Telstra finally made Fetch TV happen

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Pictured: Fetch TV set up in living room
// Telstra powers up its Fetch TV partnership
Fergus Halliday
Aug 16, 2023
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Published on August 16, 2023

A year on from investing $50 million into the company behind the set-top box, Telstra is now selling both the Fetch TV Mini 4K and Fetch TV Mighty 4K.

If you're not already familiar with it, Fetch TV is essentially a homegrown competitor to Foxtel.

Like the pay-per-view service, you're able to subscribe to a number of different channel packs and integrate from services like Netflix and Stan using the streaming-friendly set-top box. That said, it's worth noting that neither model supports Kayo, Binge, Apple TV Plus, Flash and Foxtel Now.

Signing up for a Fetch TV Mini 4K through Telstra costs as little as $8.25 per month over 24 months. You can also pay $16.50 over 12 months or $198 outright.

Fancy the Fetch TV Mighty 4K instead? You're looking at $16.50 per month for 24 months, $33 per month for 12 months or $396 outright.

To sweeten the deal, Telstra is throwing in free delivery plus free three months of access to the Ultimate Channel Pack and Movie Box channel packs.

While the arrival of the Fetch TV Mini 4K and Fetch TV Mighty 4K does mean an end for the Roku-powered Telstra TV media hub, those who still have one will be able to get support from Telstra for the time being.

You don't have to be a Telstra internet customer to sign up for Fetch TV nor does the provider offer any sort of bundles for either device. If are in the market for a provider that can bundle together Fetch TV and an NBN internet connection, check out the plans featured in the widget below.

Fergus Halliday
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Fergus Halliday
Fergus Halliday is a Digital Content Editor for who specialises in technology, entertainment, gaming and pop culture. His work has been published in Gizmodo, Kotaku, Press Start Australia, The AU Review, Screen Rant, Superjump and more. You can follow him on Twitter.

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