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With season five of "Game of Thrones" launching today, Foxtel has released native apps for its Foxtel Play IPTV service on the Xbox One and selected Sony smart TVs.
Get ready for a seasonal feast as Foxtel Play drops the price on its Premium Movies and Drama pack in time for "Game of Thrones" season 5.
The subscription IPTV service from Foxtel is making the jump to Xbox One after a very popular showing on the Xbox 360.
Xbox 360 users will no longer require an Xbox Live Gold membership to access pay TV on their console as Microsoft opens the door for Foxtel Play.
Foxtel's IPTV app is now on the PlayStation 4, just one month after it arrived on the PS3.
Foxtel's IPTV service adds the Sony PlayStation 3 to its list of devices with the PS4 following soon after.
Foxtel Play, the box-free IPTV service from Foxtel, is now available as an app on selected models of LG's current smart TV range.
Both the Rugby Championship (including Bledisloe Cup) and the Barclays Premier League will be available on Foxtel's new streaming service.
The new IPTV offering from Foxtel has landed on PC, Mac, Samsung connected TVs and Xbox 360.
Telstra is bringing Roku to Australia, but the telco has confirmed that "Telstra TV" will only be available to home broadband customers, and spells the quiet end of the T-Box.