Fetch TV has added Apple TV+ to its platform to expand the content offering for customers which brings free-to-air TV and premium channels together with the most popular streaming services.
Apple TV+ offers some of the most popular TV shows including Ted Lasso, Morning Wars, Silo, Foundation and Hijack along with award-winning films including Greyhound starring Tom Hanks, Palmer starring Justin Timberlake the Oscar Best Picture Coda.
Customers can subscribe to Apple TV+ through the Apple TV app for $12.99 a month after a free 7-day trial.
They can then log in to their Apple TV+ account on the Fetch Mighty and Fetch Mini 4K hardware.
The addition of Apple TV+ brings together free-to-air, free TV apps, subscription channels, a movie and TV store and streaming apps including Netflix, Stan, Prime Video, Paramount+, BritBox, hayu and more.
The feature like Ways to Watch makes it quick and easy find what you’re looking for no matter where the content is located.
For example, if you want to watch a movie – type in the name of the movie and Fetch will give you the option on where you can watch it – whether you can buy it or rent it on the Movie Store or watch it through one of the services you’ve subscribed to for free.
“Apple TV+ has quickly established itself as a market leading SVOD service with some of the most acclaimed and buzzworthy content available anywhere,” says Sam Hall, Chief Content and Commercial Officer, Fetch TV said.
“Fetch is committed to providing a compelling aggregation experience and no platform is complete without Apple TV+.
“We know Fetch users will be delighted with the addition, and we look forward to further solidifying our position as “The Way to Watch.”
Fetch TV is available through Telstra, Optus and TPG Vodafone (iiNet, Internode, and Westnet), Vocus (Dodo and iPrimus) and Aussie Broadband along with leading retailers Harvey Norman, JB Hi-Fi, Bing Lee, and The Good Guys.
The Fetch Mighty is priced at $399 and the Fetch Mini 4K is $199 in stores and available through your internet service provider.