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Fetch TV Launches New “Skinny” Content Packs

Fetch TV (recently recognised in Smarthouse’s 2017 Best Of Best Awards) has announced ten new channels for customers.

Disney XD, Cartoon Network, Boomerang, CBeebies, ZooMoo, 13th Street, MTV Classic, 111 Very Funny, Edge Sports, and Garage TV will now be available (alongside Fetch’s existing channels) through four $6 “Skinny” channel bundles, as well as a $20 Ultimate Pack.


The restructuring marks a small bump to the overall price of Fetch TV but should allow for users to have more control about what content they’re paying for.

The new channels will become available from Monday, with existing subscribers able to choose between remaining on their current content plan, or migrate to the new packs.

Fetch TV says additional channel launches are planned for later in 2017.


Scott Lorson, CEO Fetch TV says that “Fetch TV and our partners are committed to growing the Australian Pay TV market by offering unprecedented choice and value. In response to overwhelming consumer feedback, we have gone ‘skinny’ with the introduction of premium channel packs for just $6 per month.”

“These packs usher in a new era of choice and competition, and are expected to cement Fetch TV’s position in the market and fuel our next wave of growth,” he says.

Fetch TV is available via leading Australian ISP’s including Optus, iINet, Dodo, iPrimus, Internode, as well as leading retailers Harvey Norman and JB-HiFi.

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