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.
The movie streaming service from Foxtel will drop its fees to AU$9.99 per month from August 17.
Presto, Foxtel's video-on-demand service for movies, is now compatible with the Google Chromecast device and select Android tablets.
Foxtel has taken the wraps off new service Presto, allowing you unlimited movie streams from certain channels for a monthly subscription.
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For a set monthly fee, Presto will stream all Foxtel Movies content to a PC or Mac
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