Watch all eight Foxtel Olympic channels for AU$50

Foxtel is delivering eight dedicated channels of London 2012 coverage, and they're available over Foxtel IPTV services for a $50 flat fee.

Foxtel's eight channels of London 2012 have gone live, and if you're not a full Foxtel subscriber, you can still get in on the action. For Xbox 360 or Samsung smart TV owners, you can get all of the Olympic channels through the Foxtel IPTV service for an AU$50 one-off fee.

Foxtel's London 2012 service on Samsung smart TV.(Credit: Foxtel)

You will need to pay for one month of whichever IPTV service you have access to, which costs AU$19.50 for a basic package. From there, you can add on the AU$50 London 2012 pack to get a mainline injection of every single moment that the Olympics has to offer.

On Xbox 360, the channels will deliver as a standard set of channels. But on Samsung smart TV, the service offers the added benefit of seeing all eight channels at once, as well as split views to watch sport while also keeping an eye on the medal tally.

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Seamus Byrne is CNET's Editor for Australia and Asia. At other times he'll be found messing with apps, watching TV, building LEGO, and rolling dice. Preferably all at the same time.

 

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