Pay TV

Before signing up for an Australian pay TV plan, you need to know about all of the available options in your area.

This is an exciting time for Australian TV, and in addition to traditional options like terrestrial TV, you can now watch all of your favorite programs on Internet-based options or add a DVR to your plan for improved home entertainment--provided that these options are locally available.

Before signing up for an Australian pay TV plan, you need to know about all of the available options in your area.

This is an exciting time for Australian TV, and in addition to traditional options like terrestrial TV, you can now watch all of your favorite programs on Internet-based options or add a DVR to your plan for improved home entertainment--provided that these options are locally available.

However, you might have trouble comparing available pay TV options if you call up local providers individually and ask about pricing plans. TV providers use different systems to assess costs, and you'll need to correctly identify start-up costs, monthly charges and other fees associated with your plan in order to effectively compare rates.

Our tool gives you a much simpler and more direct way to compare pay TV options from Australian service providers. By entering in your ZIP code, you can see all of the television options in your area and compare the first full year of charges, channel options and more.

We also offer a way to compare the latest digital television options. You can find out about all of the IPTV options in your area, including popular services like Foxtel for Xbox, and compare the associated costs to decide whether IPTV is the right option for your household. Our tool also allows you to quickly compare IPTV services with cable, satellite and terrestrial options in order to make a smart decision that cuts your home's monthly TV bills.

There's no reason to overpay for your pay TV. Use our tool by selecting the options below to compare costs, channel options and other package features. You'll find a number of great TV plans and TV/Internet bundle deals for reliable, high-quality television at a great price.

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TV plans Pay TV offers tremendous entertainment value for your money. However, there's no reason to overpay for pay TV given the extraordinary number of great deals available in Australia. When you look for pay TV deals, you need to consider contract length, the number of TV channels you'll receive, any additional hardware that comes with the package and other factors that could change your year-to-year costs. 70
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Cable TV Cable television lets broadcast firms send television programming content to home owners and other subscribers like retail businesses by using either radio frequencies (RF) or fibre optic light signals. With the radio frequency version, your installer will run a single copper-containing coaxial cable to your house. 47
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Satelite TV Satellite television is a form of television programming that takes advantage of an outdoor antenna. Unlike the old antenna TV technology of decades past, however, the broadcast waves take an extra step after leaving their a terrestrial station. They're reflected off of a data satellite orbiting high above the Earth, and then bounced back to you. 57
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IPTV While most people are no strangers to watching TV on the Internet from time to time, few actually take advantage of the true perks of the technology. Different from venues like the video sharing websites that you may look at on your computer, IPTV is a growing global phenomenon whose users number in the millions. Here are the basics of how the technology works for consumers.   67
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