Telstra has announced the closure of its MP3 download service, BigPond Music, capping off what has been a tumultuous year for its other digital music property, MOG.
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Part set-top box, part free-to-air TV, part streaming device, Fetch TV has long billed itself as an all-in-one option for entertainment lovers. But now, the company is looking further with new products and better features to woo Australians.
Telstra TV is hitting stores on October 27, with bonus streaming subscriptions and a price tag to match Apple TV to entice buyers. But when it comes to unmetered streaming, Telstra is looking after its own.
Australians are turning towards digital content in droves, but the surprise shut down of EzyFlix has come as a timely reminder that a digital library is not worth much when the platform collapses.
Just one week after partnering with Roku to offer content streaming to broadband customers, Telstra has partnered with another content giant to give post-paid customers free Apple Music subscriptions.
Telstra will bring Australia a rebadged version of the popular Roku 2 set-top box, delivering Netflix, Stan, Presto and more this September.
Panasonic is expanding its IPTV offerings to include the popular BigPond video service across 10 of its products.
Both Samsung Music Hub and BigPond Music are set to shut down, while Boost Mobile makes a new push for the youth market and Tesla gets to ready to open its Sydney dealership.
After closing down its Music Hub streaming service overseas, Samsung has announced that the Australian iteration of the service will close by the end of the year.