This was posted 9 months 7 days ago, and might be an out-dated deal.

expired Aussie Broadband - 3 Months Free FetchTV

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FETCHFREE

Sign up with Aussie Broadband under an unlimited internet contract and enter the coupon code to get 3 months of Fetch TV for free.


Hi there,

Fetch is now available at Aussie Broadband!! Not only is it here and ready for you to enjoy, we are offering you 3 months of Fetch for Free*.

What is Fetch?
Fetch is a small box that connects to your TV and works over your broadband internet connection, giving you access to loads of entertainment through one simple menu and one remote. Here are just some of the great benefits you can enjoy with Fetch:
Pause, rewind and record^ so you never miss a moment of Live TV
Catch-Up on your favourite shows anytime with all the Free-to-Air apps including ABC iView, 7Plus and more
Watch your Netflix, Stan, hayu and YouTube⁺ accounts hassle free on your TV
Get 30 free pre-selected movies with a new one added every day with Movie Box
Buy or rent the latest releases in the Movie Store, with over 7000 movies to choose from
Buy seasons or episodes of the hottest shows in the TV Store
Add on premium channel packs from just $6p/m each with no lock in contracts

What do you need to access Fetch?
We are so glad you asked! To get Fetch, you will need an unlimited broadband internet connection with us and either the Fetch Mighty or Mini box (rented through us). It's as easy as that!

I want it!! What is my next step?
Easy. Head to our online signup page and use the code ' FETCHFREE ' or call our super-friendly Australian Sales Team on 1300 880 905 and quote the code above. You will get to choose your nbn™ plan, as well as which box you want (Mighty, Mini or both!), and what channel packs you want. So much choice!!

Offer commences 6th of December 2018 and expires 31st of December at 11:59pm AEST. Contact us today to take advantage of this awesome offer.

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    I wonder what Fetch channels are provided?

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      I think you sign up to a Fetch plan (i.e. whatever channel packs you want) and rent the box… and the first 3 months of the plan are included.

      But, yeah it’s an obscure deal.

  • +1 vote

    Hey Op, care to link to the deal, ratehr then the home page?

    How much does it cost after the 3mths? is there any contract? What happens when you leave ABB?

    super-friendly Australian Sales Team

    Friendly yes, competent? Maybe not

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        CHeers.

        $15/mth for the mighty box, is pretty good considering the box outright @ HN is $450 (so effective 30mths)

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          I got the box previously for less than $319 then pay $1 to activate the box. effectively around 22months. however, as this is a box from a telco, you will no longer be able to use the box if you move to another telco. i had the same issue when we were previously with Optus and it included fetch. when we moved houses and had to go with another provider, our fetch became a paperweight so I had to get a retail box so I can use it regardless of our internet provider

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            @sigplay: Can i buy a optis fetch box and activate through aussie u recon?

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              @Seedy seed: Unfortunately I don't think so. I think when you get from a telco, the box is locked to that provider (maybe similar to mobile devices of the past). i remember researching a year ago and essentially, the box becomes useless after switching providers. i actually got around 1 week of usage of the optus box after switching providers but that was because I didn't connect it to the internet so the box did not detect that I was with a different provider.

              however, reading the thread below, it seems like as long as the optus account is active for some reason, you can still use it on a different network.

              https://yescrowd.optus.com.au/t5/TV-Entertainment/fetch-TV-u...

    • +2 votes

      Competent hahaha The other day I was on the phone to support and the support tech guy had never heard of ChromeOS. He kept asking if I was using a Windows or Mac system… It took him ages to wrap his head around the fact that Google has an operating system. I was terrified at that point, so I asked him if he had heard of Linux or Ubuntu… still nope.

      Sigh… competent is a stretch.

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        I'd definitely tell someone. Thing I've found about AussieBB is that they actually take on board critical feedback (even if at first they push back [lol at that speed test stuff]) - so if you reported it to them they may actually train their staff up on it.

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    Can you stack with the free month?

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    As an existing customer, do I need to upgrade to an unlimited plan to sign up with Fetch?

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      My guess is yes because those things chew data.

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      What do you need to access Fetch?
      We are so glad you asked! To get Fetch, you will need an unlimited broadband internet connection with us and either the Fetch Mighty or Mini box (rented through us). It's as easy as that!

      You would need to have an unlimited plan, but i'm unsure if existing customers can apply for this deal. Would be worthwhile calling to see

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    Something for existing customer?

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    Just a word of warning. Multi room functionally is restricted to Fetch boxes from the same provider.

    So if you have a Fetch Mighty from Aussie Broadband, it will not work with a Fetch Mini purchased from JB Hi Fi or Optus. And vice versa.

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    Interesting. I have ABB unlimited on FW. I also have a fetch mighty box just used for fta, as well as a foxtel box via satellite.
    I wonder if it is worth trying for 3 months free as I already have every movie I want from the web, and sport from foxtel.

    Anything new Fetch brings with this deal?

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    Yess! I'll be switching immediately

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    Everything I just read in the deal makes me wonder why fetch exists.

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      It used to be a cheaper alternative to fox for the espn channels, but now Kayo has changed that up a bit.

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    I’ve just signed up for Aussie Broadband unlimited and there was no mention of this deal???

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    Anyone in wantirna south area (postcode 3152) (HFC technology) who has signed up with Aussie BB, would appreciate your comment. I am planning to switch to NBN but don't know which provider is reliable with high speed.. Just got a letter from NBN due date to switch over is Aug 2019. Thank you in advance.

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