Easy to set up, Foxtel Now Box requires no switching between inputs or fiddling with multiple peripherals and best of all there’s no installation – just plug into your TV and start watching instantly.
Through one simple device, you can access:
- New customers get 10 day free trial to Foxtel Now
- Free-to-air TV
- A world of apps and games from the Google Play including Netflix, Stan, Disney+ YouTube and more
- Also, comes with Chromecast built-in
Watch Free-To-Air channels
The Foxtel Now box comes with a built in free-to-air tuner so you can watch all your available local channels when your aerial is connected. Thanks to this feature, you can stay updated with the news, your favourite local shows, and other
Australian channel content.
Please note: Free-To-Air channels will vary based on location and not all channels are available in all areas.
World of apps
Access a world of content, apps, and games from the Google Play store.
Please note: To access Google Play store, you’ll need a valid Google ID.
The Foxtel Now Box has built-in Chromecast, letting you stream content from your compatible smart device directly to your TV. Discover a whole new level of entertainment from your compatible phone, tablet, PC or Mac straight to your TV.
Free-to-Air channels require an aerial connected to Foxtel Now box.
An internet connection is required to access Foxtel Now, the Google Play Store and to set up the box.
Foxtel Now account required to set up and access the box and to watch Foxtel content.
A Google account is required to download apps from the Google Play Store.
Foxtel Now 10-day free trial only available to new customers. Requires internet connection and compatible device. Data charges may apply. Australia only. Not available in conjunction with any other offer.
Netflix compatibility requires an automatic software update on initial startup
About Dick Smith
Dick Smith is one of the most iconic retail brands in Australia. Dick Smith was, until 2016, an Australia-wide chain of retail stores that sold consumer electronics goods, hobbyist electronic components, and electronic project kits. The chain expanded successfully into New Zealand and unsuccessfully into several other countries. The company was founded in Sydney in 1968 by Dick Smith and owned by him and his wife until they sold to Woolworths Limited in 1982. In May 2016, online retailer Kogan.com purchased the Dick Smith brand, trademarks, intellectual property, and its online business in Australia and New Zealand.