The launch will enable Xbox One owners to stream Foxtel's live and Anytime channels without a lock-in contract or installation costs.
Prices for the service start from $25 per month for a single package, with users choosing from Entertainment, Drama, Documentaries or Kids packages. Two packages costs $35, three $45, and $50 will get you all four.
Additional Sports and Movies & Drama premium packs are available for an additional $25 per month.
Spoiled for choice
Foxtel Play is already available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PC and Mac, as well as a range of Samsung and LG smart TVs and Blu-ray players.
We've observed some unreliability from the app on PlayStation 3, with the console freezing and shows dropping out. Perhaps next-gen consoles can offer a better experience.
Microsoft claims Foxtel Play will be going live on Xbox One "in the coming months."
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