iiNet has today announced a new application for its fetchtv subscription service, as well as confirming reduced contractual periods for new subscribers.
IPTV service FetchTV looks set for Internode FTTH rollout (Credit: Internode)
The new Freezone app will allow subscribers to iiNet’s Internet Protocol television (IPTV) service to gain access to content from iiNet partners across an array of genres including extreme sports, music and live events.
In a move which iiNet hopes will also attract more customers, it has significantly reduced contract times for new sign-ups to fetchtv. The Entertainment package can now be purchased on a six month contract, while the fetchtv Starter package is now available on packages over twelve months.
iiNet's Chief Product Officer, Stephen Harley said the company was the first to introduce fetchtv to the Australian market, and has continued to evolve the product for customers.
“We were the first to introduce fetchtv to Australian broadband customers and now we're working towards having a service that offers more and is continuously evolving,' he said in a statement today.
'For new and existing iiNet customers who have been thinking of trying fetchtv, the reduced contract periods and expanding content and movie libraries mean there's no better time than now.'
iiNet offers fetchtv to customers over the Internet as a pay television service. Subscribers, depending on their package, gain access to a variety of entertainment and world channels that are streamed live or on-demand to customers. Pricing starts from $10 per month on the Starter package, with more information about the service available from iiNet’s website.