Foxtel and Seven West Entertainment have formalised their joint venture for Presto TV and say the service is now moving into a new content expansion phase.
Quickflix has signed a deal with Foxtel to offer its suite of Presto subscription video-on-demand bundles through the Quickflix pay-per-view platform.
Telstra is sweetening the deal for new mobile customers, offering free data bonuses for Mobile Accelerate Plans as well as bonus 6-month subscriptions for the Presto streaming service.
Presto TV adds a big line up of shows from 20th Century Fox, including all 203 episodes of the "X-Files" plus cult favourites "Buffy" and "Angel."
Presto hits back at Netflix launch news with a Telstra deal that sees the service unmetered on fixed broadband and with a three month free subscription for eligible mobile customers.
With Netflix launching in Australia this month, Presto is upping the ante by offering a 30-day trial for new customers as well as a raft of new HBO TV series and movies.
The video-on-demand service makes the move from tablet to smartphone, with new apps for both iOS and Android phones.
Presto, the video-on-demand service from Foxtel, has officially launched its TV offering available either separate to Presto Movies or as part of a bundle for AU$14.99.
The new streaming service from Foxtel and Seven West Media has announced a number of TV shows that will be part of its offering when it launches.
Foxtel and Seven West Media have joined together to launch a new video on demand service, under the Presto brand.