A new contender has entered Australia's streaming wars
The choice of streaming options in Australia just got harder.
TV and movie fans rejoice, streaming service BINGE, which boasts shows like Big Little Lies and Game of Thrones, has launched in Australia.
The streaming service, which enters Australia’s already abundant market of streaming providers, is an alternative to Foxtel Now and is a subsidiary of News Corp and Foxtel.
While not regarded as a Foxtel product, BINGE features the same content as Foxtel and features more than 10,000 hours of movies and television.
Content includes award-winning and beloved shows including The Outsider, Chernobyl, Game of Thrones, Big Little Lies, Westworld, Barry, Veep, The Sopranos, The Walking Dead and more.
BINGE also has access to HBO MAX (not released in Australia) content including the upcoming and much-anticipated Friends reunion special and the reboot of Gossip Girl.
The service also features more than 800 films including the Fast & Furious, Mission Impossible and Jurassic Park franchises and classics from Quentin Tarantino, Steven Spielberg, Christopher Nolan and Martin Scorsese.
There are three price tiers to access BINGE content, basic, standard and premium. Each tier charges a monthly fee. There are no options to purchase a year-long subscription at a reduced rate or bundle other providers such as Kayo Sports as part of one package.
New Customers can access a 14-day trial for free.
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How to watch
Binge has launched across all web browsers, Telstra TV, iOS, Android, Chromecast, Android TV and Apple TV and has plans for apps on Smart TVs and video game consoles.
- PC and Mac via web browsers (Chrome, Safari, Firefox and Edge)
- iOS (Must have iOS 12 or higher)
- Apple TV (fourth generation or higher)
- Android TV (v7.0 operating system or higher)
- Telstra TV
- Chromecast (excluding the first generation)
Binge Special features
Surprise me!: This feature takes the viewing choice out of your hands and is selected by BINGE’s software AI.
BINGE Centres: A hub page for additional information around a series. You can find making-of documentaries, behind-the-scenes footage and interviews with the cast and crew.
Live TV channels: There are 17 live Foxtel TV channels that are available. Subscribers can catch weekly episodes of shows live rather than waiting for them to be uploaded to the on-demand library.