Australia's iiNet announces second generation Fetch TV STBMonday, February 25th, 2013
iiNet TV with Fetch unveils fetching new-look STBs
iiNet, the leading challenger in Australia’s telecommunications market, today unveiled a new-look Set-Top Box (STB) for its renamed iiNet TV with Fetch service.
From today, new customers of iiNet TV with Fetch will be the first in Australia to receive the second generation Set-Top Box, featuring a slimline new look, a faster processor and increased memory. The new units are available in either black or white and offer the same intuitive interface and rich choice of content as the original Fetch TV Set-Top Box.
iiNet Chief Product Officer Stephen Harley said the new Set-Top Boxes make iiNet TV with Fetch a compelling choice. “Customers will love the new styling, colour choice and enhanced performance,” he said. “The Gen 2 STB makes it even easier to access a huge range of movies and content at a great price.”
Customers can choose either the iiNet TV with Fetch Starter package for $10 per month or the iiNet TV with Fetch Entertainment service for the ultimate home entertainment experience, at $20 per month. Both iiNet TV with Fetch services are available to customers throughout the iiNet Group, including Westnet, Netscape and Internode.
With the new Set-Top Box and ever evolving functionality and content options, iiNet TV with Fetch is a compelling service that offers great value to the majority of Australian households with no subscription TV service or personal video recorder.
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