Pay TV and free-to-air TV are under a growing threat from video-on-demand, according to a senior telecoms analyst who says global streaming is gathering pace, with the Internet now rivalling broadcast TV as a vehicle to deliver consumer content.
Vodafone has expanded the areas where its NBN service is available, launched a new 4K HDR Android TV-powered set-top box with terrestrial TV tuner capability, and offers 12 months of Netflix on its top two NBN plans.
Foxtel shocks with its new $99 Android-powered Box, designed to be "an affordable and easy-to-use device designed to stream the best choice of the world’s biggest new shows, live sport and complete seasons to consumers’ TVs".
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