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Foxtel Play Coming to Xbox One “Within the coming months”

Foxtel has announced it plans to bring the online subscription service, Foxtel Play to Xbox One. Foxtel and Xbox have had a strong presence within Australia’s streaming entertainment market on the Xbox 360, which has so far seen over 20 million hours of Foxtel Play viewed on the console to date.

Foxtel Play

When Foxtel Play releases on Xbox One within the coming months, the app will be a free download from the Xbox marketplace. Foxtel Play allows subscribers to pay by the month and as they go, with no lock-in contract or installation costs, subscribers can stop and start their subscription month-to-month. In addition to Foxtel Play subscribers can to resister their subscription to two additional devices, alongside their primary device.

“Foxtel and Xbox are synonymous with brilliant entertainment.” Said Foxtel’s Executive Director of Sales and Marketing, Ed Smith. “Our shared history of filling living rooms with funny, adventurous, nail-biting and immersive experiences is what we live for and our partnership to bring Foxtel Play to Xbox 360 has been an unmeasured success for our customers. We’re thrilled to announce plans to add Foxtel Play to Xbox One and take that success even further.”

“With Xbox One, our aim is to deliver an all-in-one solution that couples industry leading games with best-in class film and TV entertainment experiences.” Said Microsoft Australia Xbox lead, Jeremy Hinton. “This latest milestone in our already game-changing relationship puts the latest and greatest movies and TV shows into the hands of our fans, and adds to the ever growing line-up of Australian and international content available to all Xbox One owners.”

Xbox One

With Foxtel Play’s upcoming Xbox One arrival, the subscription service is will now be available on both current generation consoles, as the service released on PlayStation 4 earlier this year.


Jamie Briggs manages Analog Addiction and you can like them on Facebook, follow his daily life on Twitter @JamieAA, and his videos on YouTube.

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