No data limits for Presto customers on Foxtel Broadband

2015-01-25_2257Presto subscribers will be able to enjoy no data download limits if they are also using Foxtel Broadband.

The news follows the announcement of the new Foxtel Broadband bundles earlier this week.

“Presto subscribers are passionate about entertainment and enjoy bingeing on their favourite shows. The massive volume of hours viewed each week is testament to Presto’s popularity and today we’re thrilled to confirm that Foxtel Broadband subscribers can now indulge all they want on the programs they love free from data limits,” said, Shaun James, Director of Presto and On Demand.

Presto recently launched Presto TV bringing an unbelievable selection of 1000s of hours ad-free television shows to Australian TV lovers for $9.99 per month*.

Presto TV’s launch follows last year’s successful launch of Presto Movies, which features blockbusters and all-time favourite films from a constantly updated collection of great movies.

For $9.99 per month Australians can subscribe to either Presto TV or Presto Movies or bundle both services for $14.99 per month with no ongoing commitment, and now it offers no data download limits for Foxtel Broadband subscribers.

Presto TV brings together a vast collection of TV shows from quality production houses including HBO, SHOWTIME®, CBS Studios International, Viacom International Media Networks and Hasbro Studios as well as a range of some of the best local content from Foxtel, the Seven Network and ABC Commercial.

Presto TV features “complete seasons” of programs which are available to stream and watch instantly on demand. There will be something for all ages with programming covering key genres including drama, comedy, reality and kids and family.

Presto TV is the only Australian standalone SVOD service to offer acclaimed HBO programming including full seasons of The Sopranos, The Wire, Sex and the City, Entourage, True Blood, Girls and Boardwalk Empire as well as Deadwood, distributed by CBS Studios International.

*conditions apply.


  1. What you fail to mention is that Foxtel’s broadband offerings aren’t particularly good value. You’re likely better off getting service elsewhere and living with the bandwidth usage incurred. That’s assuming you’d actually want Presto, but that’s another story…

  2. carolemorrissey

    So this Presto & the one with ch 9, do they use the internet? Will they be available with a similar gadget like the set top boxes when digital channels first came out?

  3. Now all they need are some show’s I haven’t already seen and a competitive price for their broadband service! – Presto should be free with Foxtel Broadband.

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