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Fox Sports Head For Samsung, Xbox 360

Fox Sports Head For Samsung, Xbox 360
Sports fans can now watch 4 more channels  Fox Sports 1, 2, 3, and Speed – the 24-hour motorsports channel on their Samsung Smart TV or Xbox 360 Foxtel Internet TV service. 

This is in addition to the current sports channels AFL channel, FOOTY PLAY, and ESPN, ESPN2, Eurosport and FUEL TV, offered on Foxtel Internet TV.

The basic Get Started pack includes 11 Foxtel channels, includes Sky News, Fox Sports and National Geographic and costs $19.50 per month, while the sports package now costs $30 a month with a total minimum monthly spend of $49.50.

The premium Sports package will showcase The Ashes and the British and Irish Lions Rugby Tour LIVE, alongside five live matches each full round of the NRL Telstra Premiership and coverage of every match in the 2013 Super Rugby season.

There’s also plenty in store for soccer fans, says Foxtel, with the Hyundai A-League and Barclays Premier League building towards an epic finish, and the Socceroos hitting the business end of their World Cup qualification campaign for Brazil 2014.

Beyond the football codes there will be an array of live sport including the Australian cricket tour of India; all four tennis Grand Slams; every Golf Major; the USPGA Tour; the European and LPGA Tours and NBA from the US.

Foxtel’s ‘Sports Play’ round up channel will be removed following the change.

Fans can also strap themselves in to follow Aussie motorsport heroes including Marcos Ambrose in NASCAR; Mark Aitchison in the Superbike World Championship; and Will Power and Ryan Briscoe in the IZOD Indycar Series, all live on Speed.