Guy Sebastian Is A Class Act As Well As The Face Of Foxtel Play
Guy Sebastian is a class act. At a Foxtel event last Wednesday he rocked out of stage at the Beresford Hotel as an ambassador for Foxtel Play.
Over the past 20 years I have been to a fair few corporate gigs where sometimes the celebrity looks like he is just ticking the boxes to fulfill their contract, but in Guy’s case it was like he was playing Wembly Stadium. He played nearly a full set. The other surprise how many hits he has had since his win on Australian Idol.
Hopefully he will get the success he deserves in the US.
Obviously the event was not just about Guy but about the product. Foxtel over the past six months has been pushing out a range of products that reflects the change in how we are accessing and watching television. What Foxtel Play is a way of accessing pay TV, if you are person who is on a short term rental, in a share house or just not a person who likes to commit to a long term contract.
You do need an internet and can get it via eligible Samsung Smart TVs, Xbox 360 and PC and Mac computers with no lock-in contract and no installation costs.
Foxtel Play offers customers access to content as soon as they sign up and enables them to subscribe by the month and pay as they go, with prices starting at $25 per month. You can stop and start their subscription from month-to-month, to suit their circumstances or viewing choices. So if you just want it for footy season it is perfect.
OK sounds good but price?
Customers choose from four basic genre-based packages priced at $25 for one, $35 for two, $45 for three and $50 for four. Sport and Premium Drama and Movies can be purchased for a further $25 each.
Foxtel Play packages feature over 40 live channels including Fox Sports 1, 2 and 3, Foxtel Movie channels, Showcase, FOX8, Arena, Lifestyle, History, Discovery, A&E, National Geographic, UKTV, FX, SoHo, MTV, Universal Channel, ESPN, Cartoon Network, Nickelodeon and Disney Channel and hundreds of catch up video on-demand titles.
Also a subcriber gets access to the Foxtel Go this is where you get Foxtel on up to two registered devices including iPads/tablets and selected iPhones and smart phones. Actually I need to use GO as sometimes there is a log jam on the television in our house particularly in the last few weeks with all the sport on.