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Fetch TV - News, Features, and Slideshows
A deal between Fetch TV and Netflix could mean the subscription movie and TV streaming service won’t be metered on some ISP plans.
iiNet has launched Internet protocol television (IPTV) on the National Broadband Network through NBN Co’s Multicast channel.
Adelaide-headquartered internet service provider (ISP) Adam Internet has signed up to use FetchTV’s wholesale internet television platform to deliver entertainment to its customers, a move which grows FetchTV’s ISP roster to three after iiNet and Internode got on board earlier this year.
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