Fetch TV has expanded its potential customer base and Aussie Broadband are adding value for customers with a new partnership making the top-notch set-top box available to Aussie Broadband Customers.
The deal starts in December, with Aussie Broadband integrating the Fetch service into their billing, making the 1TB Mighty box available for $15 a month, and the Mini for $10.
There is no lock-in contract which makes it entirely flexible, but of course you don’t own the box so it goes back if you cancel your service.
With the integrated billing this means you can add Fetch’s entertainment packs for subscription TV channels and it all goes on your Monthly Aussie Broadband bill.
Scott Lorson, CEO, Fetch TV said “Aussie Broadband has earned a reputation for great customer service and industry leading nbnTM broadband speeds. Like Fetch, they are enjoying strong growth by offering an attractive product at a competitive price. We believe Aussie Broadband will make a significant contribution toward our goal of 1m Australian households”.
Meanwhile Phil Britt, the boss at Aussie Broadband “Fetch TV is a perfect match for the company. We really, really like the product and we think our customers will love it too – it really takes home entertainment to a whole new level.
We also think Fetch as a company is a great partner for us, which is almost as important as the service itself – they have the same focus on delivering a high-quality product, similar values and the same sense of humour.”
Pre-orders for new Fetch customers will be kick off on 19 November.
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