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From today Foxtel is adding an on demand movie service for the Foxtel Go iPad application.


Foxtel Go has been extended to allow existing residential Foxtel subscribers to take part of their movie on the road.

Foxtel’s Executive Director of Product, Jim Rudder said, “We promised more content and from today all Foxtel Go customers with the Movies subscription package will see the new On Demand movies available in their Foxtel Go app. The movies will be automatically added in the Catch Up section. Foxtel Go will also be available next month on iPhone and iPod Touch and soon after that on PC, Mac and Android. It's all part of our mission to give our customers the content they love on Foxtel Go.”
Foxtel has listed the following titles as examples of content available from today:

  • *         showcase: Girls Season 2, Enlightened Season 2, Game of Thrones Season 2, True Blood Season 4, Boardwalk Empire Season 3
  • *         Foxtel Movies Premiere: Something Borrowed, The Descendants, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, The Change-Up
  • *         Foxtel Movies Action/Adventure: Kingdom Of Heaven, Flight Of The Intruder, Bird On A Wire
  • *         Foxtel Movies Comedy: Coming To America, Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story, The Associate
  • *         Foxtel Movies Drama/Romance: The Perfect Catch, Always, Girl Interrupted
  • *         Foxtel Movies Family: Puss In Boots, Hugo, We Bought A Zoo, The Smurfs
  • *         Foxtel Movies Thriller/Crime: Road To Perdition, Sacrifice, The Fly
  • *         Foxtel Movies Masterpiece: The Eagle, Pope Joan

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