While Netflix is expected to offer both movies and TV shows for its $9.99 monthly charge, Presto thinks it can charge $9.99 per month just for TV or movies, with both services to cost $14.99 per month.
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Seeking to smash Netflix, Foxtel’s Presto has announced a deal with its new Ch 7 partner to bring ‘compelling programming’ to Presto that is ‘so good, you won’t believe it’s legal’.
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