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What to stream in February 2022 on Telstra TV

By Ryan Dunn February 4, 2022

Check out our highlights of the latest movies and TV shows to watch on Disney+, Netflix, Stan, BINGE, Prime Video, Paramount+ and more, streaming this month on Telstra TV.

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The Matrix: Resurrections (Express Release: Available now): Blue pill or red pill? Neo (Keanu Reeves) and Trinity (Carrie-Anne Moss) head back down the rabbit hole in this thrilling new chapter in the battle of man against machine.

Ghostbusters: Afterlife (Express Release: Coming Soon): A new generation answers the call when the grandchildren of original Ghostbuster Egon inherit his haunted farm. Starring Paul Rudd, Carrie Coon, Finn Wolfhard and Mckenna Grace.

Clifford The Big Red Dog (Express Release: 16 February): In this live-action adventure based on the beloved children’s book series, Emily (Darby Camp) and her fun uncle (Jack Whitehall) adopt a playful puppy who grows to gigantic proportions.


The French Dispatch (2 February): Wes Anderson’s latest whimsical romp follows the journalists of a fictional culture magazine as they investigate a series of stories for its final issue. Starring Benicio Del Toro, Tilda Swinton, Timothée Chalamet and Frances McDormand.

Pam & Tommy (2 February): Lily James and Sebastian Stan star as Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee, whose private lives became extremely public after a handyman (Seth Rogan) stole their honeymoon videotape and began selling it on the internet.

The King’s Man (23 February): Gentleman spy Orlando (Ralph Fiennes) hunts down history’s most notorious tyrants in an attempt to prevent World War I in this globetrotting action-packed prequel.

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Inventing Anna (11 February): Based on the audacious true-crime story of Anna Delvey, an Insta-famous con artist who posed as a wealthy New York socialite in an attempt to dupe friends, hotels and even banks out of millions of dollars.

Raising Dion (1 February): In season two, superpowered kid Dion (Ja’Siah Young) continues to master his powers with the help of his mentor Tevin (Rome Flynn). Meanwhile, new school friend Brayden (Griffin Robert Faulkner) is consumed by a dark power that threatens them all.

Vikings: Valhalla (25 February): This sequel to the original Vikings series follows famed Nordic explorers Leif Eriksson (Sam Corlett), Freydis Eriksdotter (Frida Gustavsson) and Harald Sigurdsson (Leo Suter) as they journey across the sea to invade England.


Power Book IV: Force (6 February): When Tommy Egan (Joseph Sikora) leaves New York for Chicago following the loss of Ghost and LaKeisha, the mysterious outsider takes on the city’s two largest crews to become the biggest, baddest dealer in town.

Bel-Air (14 February): This dramatic reimagining of Will Smith’s popular 90s sitcom, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, sees a talented young man leaving behind the rough streets of West Philadelphia for a second chance living with his affluent relatives in Bel-Air, Los Angeles.

A Stan Original Film Gold (Now streaming): Zac Efron stars in this Australian thriller about a wanderer who discovers an enormous gold nugget in the middle of the desert, unable to leave for fear of others finding it but struggling to survive out in the punishingly arid climate.


The Girl Before (10 February): Based on the bestselling novel by J.P. Delaney, David Oyelowo plays an eccentric landlord whose new tenant (Gugu Mbatha-Raw) discovers an almost identical woman mysteriously died three years earlier in her luxury London flat.

The Walking Dead (21 February): In part two of season 11, we see the brutal aftermath of the Reapers attack at Meridian, while Daryl (Norman Reedus), Maggie (Lauren Cohan) and Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) come up against the Commonwealth’s army.

We’re Here (28 February): Legendary drag performers Shangela, Eureka O’Hara and Bob the Drag Queen travel across middle America to inspire everyday people to embrace their individuality and become closer with their friends and family through the art of drag.


The Gilded Age (Streaming weekly each Wednesday): In this new period drama from Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes, the long-established elite families of 1880s New York City are threatened by the arrival of an exceedingly wealthy industrialist and his strong-willed wife.

South Park – Season 25 (25 February): Foul-mouthed fourth graders Stan, Kyle, Cartman and Kenny are back for a brand new season of this topical animated comedy from creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker.

Star Trek: Discovery (11 February): Stream all episodes of seasons one through three from 11 February, as well as new episodes of season four each week, as Captain Burnham and her crew aboard the USS Discovery explore new worlds and civilisations.

Foxtel Now

Raised by Wolves (3 February): Ridley Scott’s gripping sci-fi series returns for its second season, with android parents Mother and Father now raising their children among The Collective, while Marcus continues his quest to convert all to the ways of the Mithraic.

Hotel Portofino (8 February): Set in the aftermath of WWI, an English family moves to the Italian seaside village of Portofino to open an oppulent hotel, but faces threats from corrupt locals and the mystery of a murdered guest.

A Quiet Place: Part II (10 February): The Abbott family search for a new refuge from Earth’s sound-hunting alien invaders, after being forced to flee their isolated farmhouse. Starring Emily Blunt and Cillian Murphy, and directed by John Krasinski.

Amazon Prime Video

Reacher (4 February): Based on the bestselling novel Killing Floor by Lee Child, the series finds retired military officer Jack Reacher (Alan Ritchson) framed for murder and caught up in a conspiracy driven by crooked cops, corrupt politicians and dodgy business deals.

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (18 February): After being dropped from Shy Baldwin’s world tour, stand-up comic Midge Maisel (Rachel Brosnahan) heads down a new path, her manager Susie (Alex Borstein) expands her business and Rose (Marin Hinkle) and Abe (Tony Shalhoub) move in.


NRL All Stars (12 February) and Pre-Season (18 February): Catch every game exclusively live on Fox Sports, available on Kayo.

AFLW (February): Every match streaming live, including all matches and finals series.

NFL Super Bowl (14 February): Stream every game of the NFL post-season including the Super Bowl, live on ESPN, available on Kayo.


10 play: Australian Survivor: Blood V Water (31 January): Relationships are put to the test as 24 contestants compete in pairs with their partners, parents, siblings and in-laws in the extreme conditions of Far North Queensland’s outback.

9Now: Married at First Sight (31 January): Australia’s favourite dating series returns for its ninth season, with relationship gurus pairing up 16 brides and grooms just moments before they tie the knot.

7plus: The Voice: Generations (31 January): In this spin-off of the popular singing competition, different generations team up to impress superstar coaches Keith Urban, Jessica Mauboy, Guy Sebastian and Rita Ora.

ABC iview: Troppo (27 February): Thomas Jane plays an exiled former cop employed by an outcast private eye (Nicole Chamoun) to track down a missing man in the croc-infested town of Crimson Lake, Queensland.

SBS On Demand: The Long Call (3 February): Returning to the country hometown he was forced to leave behind in his youth, detective Matthew Venn (Ben Aldridge) investigates a murder seemingly connected to the religious sect his family belongs to.

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What to stream this week on Telstra TV

By Ryan Dunn September 24, 2021

This month, level up with a blockbuster movie, go beneath the surface with a new crime drama and get the family together for a heartwarming return on Telstra TV.

Free Guy (Disney+ and Telstra TV Box Office)

Level up and save the world with FREE GUY, streaming from Wednesday 29 September on Disney+ and available to buy on Telstra TV Box Office. Ryan Reynolds stars as Guy – just an average bank teller, living his best life amongst the chaos of Free City alongside his best friend, security guard Buddy (played by Lil Rel Howery). But when the bank is held up and Guy breaks free from his programming, game coder Millie a.k.a. Molotov Girl (played by Jodie Comer) reveals that he’s actually just a background character inside a video game – one that’s about to be deleted by its supposed creator, Antwan (Taika Waititi). Determined to be the hero of his own story, it’s now up to Guy to help Millie save the game – and the citizens of Free City – before it’s too late.

Vigil (BINGE)

From the team behind the hit British crime drama Line of Duty comes the captivating new series, VIGIL – streaming now on BINGE. Set mostly within the claustrophobic confines of a fictional Royal Navy nuclear submarine, the HMS Vigil, Suranne Jones stars as whip smart, no-nonsense police detective Amy Silva – who is helicoptered aboard to investigate the suspicious death of Chief Petty Officer, Craig Burke (played by Martin Compston). With the vessel on active duty patrolling the Scottish coastline, Vigil is unable to return to base. But as the case quickly becomes a murder inquiry, Silva finds herself up against a tight-lipped crew and an obstructive Naval hierarchy – helped only by fellow detective Kirsten Longacre (Rose Leslie) searching for clues back on dry land.

Back to the Rafters (Amazon Prime Video)

Australia’s favourite TV family is reunited this month in BACK TO THE RAFTERS, with an all-new streaming home on Amazon Prime Video. We find Dave, Julie and Ruby are enjoying country life in the town of Buradeena. When they travel to Sydney to celebrate Dave and Julie’s 35th wedding anniversary, everyone finds themselves having to once again bunk together under one roof, this time at Ben’s two bedroom house. The visit reminds Julie just how much she misses being with her family, but Dave is intent on staying in Buradeena. What will this mean for Australia’s favourite Mum and Dad? As Nathan adjusts to being a single dad, Ben and new wife Cassie struggle with starting a family, and Rachel lives with a secret in New York – coming together again might be exactly what they all need to help each other through.

American Rust (Paramount+)

Based on the novel of the same name by Philipp Meyer is the gripping new drama series, AMERICAN RUST – streaming now on Paramount+. Set in the desolate fictional rust-belt town of Buell, Pensylvania, where job opportunities are nonexistent and drug-related deaths are commonplace, Jeff Daniels stars as Police Chief Del Harris – who finds himself in a difficult position when a murder he’s investigating seems to implicate Billy, the son of the woman he loves – played by Maura Tierney. Desperate to leave, Billy and his best friend Isaac plan to stowaway aboard freight trains to escape across country. But the case, and the choices they all make in an attempt to cover it up, threaten to expose many of the town’s dark secrets – and destroy what little sense of community Buell still has left.

Find out more about the new Telstra TV and discover more of what you love.

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Our favourites streaming for the week of 13 September:

Reminiscence (Telstra TV Box Office)

Hugh Jackman stars in the spellbinding sci-fi mystery, REMINISCENCE – available now via Express Release on Telstra TV Box Office. Set in a not too distant future where climate change has ravaged the Earth and people are nostalgic for better times, Jackman plays memory guide Nick Bannister – who hypnotically helps his clients relive their past thanks to a one-of-a-kind holographic device and his business partner, Watts (Thandiwe Newton). But when he falls in love with a client, lounge singer Mae (Rebecca Ferguson) and she subsequently disappears, he becomes obsessed with diving back into his own memories – desperately searching for any clues that might help him uncover what happened to her.

The Newsreader (ABC iview)

Stream all six episodes of the impeccable Australian period drama, THE NEWSREADER, from this Sunday 19 September on ABC iview. The year is 1986 and the News At Six team are frantically working behind the scenes to break the latest stories to the Australian public – from Halley’s Comet, to Lindy Chamberlain’s release from gaol and the developing AIDS crisis. On the desk is the captivatingly talented Helen Norville (Anna Torv), often dismissed by threatened veteran co-anchor Geoff Walters (Robert Taylor) and berated by gruff newsroom boss Lindsay Cunningham (William McInnes). Determined to become a newsreader himself, reporter Dale Jennings (Sam Reid) is paired with Helen to produce a feature piece – ultimately bringing the two closer together than anticipated and setting office tongues wagging.

The Premise (BINGE, Foxtel Now)

If you enjoyed Black Mirror and it’s entertainingly insightful deep-dive into the moral questions of our time, then you’ll want to check out brand new anthology series, THE PREMISE – streaming weekly from 9pm this Friday 17 September on BINGE and Foxtel Now. Through a series of often humorous and slightly uncomfortable situations, the series tackles issues such as social justice, gun violence, fame and online identity across five standalone episodes starring Ben Platt, Tracee Ellis Ross, Lucas Hedges, Daniel Dae Kim and Jon Bernthal. From police corruption caught in the background of an intimate home movie, to a popstar vowing to give back to his high school by sleeping with the top graduating student – and a successful CEO getting revenge on his childhood bully, each instalment offers a surprising take on today’s hot-button topics.

The Masked Singer Australia (10 play)

Australia’s favourite guessing game is back for its third insanely fun season this week: THE MASKED SINGER AUSTRALIA is streaming now on 10 play. Get ready to sing your heart out and rack your brains, as you try to decipher which special celebrity guest is beneath each elaborate costume – delivering knockout performances of hits from the Village People, The Proclaimers, Donna Summer, the Divinyls and more. Guess along with the hosting panel of Jackie O, Dave Hughes, Dannii Minogue and Urzila Carlson as they attempt to solve exactly who is delivering a flawless performance of Fly Away by Tones and I dressed as a toilet roll dolly, or Harry Styles’ Watermelon Sugar as a life-sized pavlova. When the big reveal comes, will you win bragging rights for guessing correctly – or be totally shocked by just how wrong you were? Tune in to find out.

Our favourites streaming for the week of 7 September:

The Ice Road (Telstra TV Box Office)

Liam Neeson and Laurence Fishburne star in the heart-stopping new action thriller, THE ICE ROAD – available now via Express Release on Telstra TV Box Office. When a methane explosion causes the collapse of an isolated diamond mine in Winnipeg, Canada, skilled ice-road trucker Mike McCann (Neeson) and his mechanic brother Gurty (Marcus Thomas) are offered a lucrative but treacherous gig to join the rescue mission convoy. Joining mission leader Goldenrod (Fishburne), expert driver Tantoo (Amber Midthunder) and insurance company rep Varnay (Benjamin Walker), their job is to haul three enormous wellheads to the mine site across 500km of already thawing ice with a colossal storm on the way. They’ll need to do it in under 30 hours or else the miners will run out of what little air they have remaining. And if all that wasn’t enough to contend with, it seems someone among them is sabotaging the mission.

Impeachment: American Crime Story (BINGE)

Following two Emmy-winning seasons for ‘The People v. O. J. Simpson’ and ‘The Assassination of Gianni Versace’ comes the third riveting instalment of Ryan Murphy’s critically acclaimed anthology series, AMERICAN CRIME STORY – streaming now on BINGE. Titled ‘Impeachment’, this season the 10-part series focuses on the events surrounding the Bill Clinton – Monica Lewinsky sex scandal. Telling the story from the perspective of the women at the centre of the turmoil, Beanie Feldstein stars as Monica Lewinsky – thrust into the spotlight when her supposed friend and confidant, disgruntled White House staffer Linda Tripp (played by a one-again transformed Sarah Paulson) leaks tapes of their private conversations about the young woman’s involvement with the president (Clive Owen). Annaleigh Ashford plays Paula Jones, who is pressured to sue Clinton for exposing himself to her years earlier – while Edie Falco stars as then first lady Hillary Clinton.

The Bite (Paramount+)

For a zombie apocalypse series with an almost too-close-to-home comedic twist, check out THE BITE – streaming now on Paramount+. Confined to her home during the current pandemic, New York City GP Rachel (played by Audra McDonald) continues to treat her needy and neurotic patients via telehealth video calls. When she’s not dealing with accidentally muted microphones or being criticised for the decor in her background, Rachel is bumbling through a troubled long-distance marriage to Zach (Steven Pasquale) – also a doctor, posted to work on the CDC Taskforce in Washington DC. So when Rachel begins to see a strange viral mutation developing amongst her patients, causing them to take on zombie-like behaviour, she tries to raise the alarm with Zach. Meanwhile, Rachel’s upstairs neighbour Lily (Taylor Schilling) is a high-end dominatrix, trying to stay afloat by performing online. But when she invites a long-term client into her home, it’s not long before she notices there’s something very wrong with him.

Mum (BritBox)

New to BritBox this month is the heartwarming family sitcom, MUM – with all three seasons available to stream now in full. Lesley Manville stars as Cathy, a recently widowed woman on the verge of sixty, facing the next chapter of her life with the help (and often hindrance) of her well-meaning extended family and friends. Her son Jason adored his dad and isn’t keen on the idea of his mother moving on, which is tough because old family friend Michael (Peter Mullan) now finally has the chance to come clean after half a lifetime of loving Cathy from the sidelines. Jason’s dim-witted girlfriend Kelly (Lisa McGrillis) has her heart in the right place – while Cathy’s oaf of a brother Derek (Ross Boatman) and his snobbish but very quotable partner Pauline (Dorothy Atkinson) bring even more of the laughs as the polar opposite to the patiently soft-spoken and kindhearted Cathy.

Our favourites streaming for the week of 30 August:

The Suicide Squad (Telstra TV Box Office)

Get set for the insanely gory, intensely fast-paced and incredibly hilarious Express Release of THE SUICIDE SQUAD, available now on Telstra TV Box Office. When the fate of the world is thrown into peril by Project Starfish, a sinister experiment being conducted deep within the jungles of South American island nation Corto Maltese, ARGUS Director Amanda Waller (Viola Davis) assembles a group of the world’s baddest super-villains to find and eliminate an even greater threat. Led by Colonel Rick Flag (Joel Kinnaman), their ragtag team includes Bloodsport (Idris Elba), Peacemaker (John Cena), Captain Boomerang (Jai Courtney), Ratcatcher 2 (Daniela Melchior), Blackguard (Pete Davidson), King Shark (voiced by Sylvester Stallone) and Harley Quinn (Margot Robbie). Facing deadly adversaries at every turn, the odds of survival are stacked against them. But the future of humanity rests in their lethally destructive hands.

Cinderella (Amazon Prime Video)

Camila Cabello leads an all-star cast in this magnificent modern take on the musical fairytale classic, CINDERELLA – streaming now on Amazon Prime Video. Cabello stars as downtrodden seamstress Ella, with dreams of one day opening her own fashion boutique to feature the dresses she lovingly crafts in her basement bedroom. When the King (Pierce Brosnan) and Queen (Minnie Driver) hold a ball to find a bride for their son, Prince Robert (Nicholas Galitzine), Ella gets to work designing a gown that will showcase her talents – until she’s forbidden to attend by her vile stepmother Vivian, played by Tony Award winner Idina Menzel. But when her Fabulous Godmother (Billy Porter) sprinkles some magic her way, it’s not long before she’s off dazzling the entire kingdom – and the future king.

Only Murders in the Building (Disney+)

New to Disney+ this week is the charmingly funny murder mystery series, ONLY MURDERS IN THE BUILDING. Steve Martin, Martin Short and Selena Gomez play three neighbours who generally avoid making eye contact in the elevator, living in the expansive Arconia Building on New York’s Upper West Side. There’s Charles, the retired actor known for playing a 90s TV detective; Oliver, a between-jobs veteran Broadway director; and Mabel, a young woman living in whilst renovating her aunt’s sprawling condominium. When a fire alarm forces them to evacuate their apartments, they bump into each other at a nearby bar and soon bond over the true-crime podcast they’re all obsessed with, “All Is Not OK In Oklahoma” narrated by Tina Fey. So when they return to the building and discover a fellow resident has been killed, the trio decide to conduct an amateur investigation – and, of course, a podcast of their own.

Find out more about the new Telstra TV and discover more of what you love.

Things you need to know

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Microsoft Flight Simulator
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How to play Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 on Xbox All Access

By Luke Hopewell July 29, 2021

Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 is here to give you the gift of the skies. Here’s how to get started in your new journey as a pilot extraordinaire.

What is Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020?

Flight Simulator 2020 does exactly what it says on the tin. It allows you to take to the skies in everything from small Cessnas through to the herculean Airbus A320.

10 years in the making, Microsoft has painstakingly created the whole world in the game with the help of satellite imagery from Bing Maps.

You can fly all over the world, landing at airports and landing strips in far-flung locales, and participate in community challenges and events along the way.

For more info, check out our review of Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020.

How to get started with Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020

Microsoft Flight Simulator

You’ll be flying in no time with our tips.

Get installed

Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 is almost 100GB to download onto Xbox Series S and Series X consoles, but there is an “offline mode” to help you skimp on storage if you’re running low.

To download, open your Xbox Game Pass app, and search for Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020. Hit Install and wait for the game to be installed. Grab a cup of tea while you wait.

Get set up

The best thing about Flight Simulator is how customisable it is. Before you take to the skies, check out your settings menu to figure out exactly how you want your cockpit to feel and operate.

Check your controller settings so you can ensure your planes fly the way you want them to, before configuring your audio settings.

The audio settings allow you to let in a little more ATC noise, cabin noise and more for added realism.

Get your wings

Before you get started in free flight with the big guns, it’s worth doing the tutorials to learn just how to fly.

Flight Simulator 2020 is one of those games that rewards those seeking realism. For this reason, it might take you a hot second to get the most out of it, which means potentially repeating the tutorial a few times to make sure you know the basics.

You will crash. Get used to it at first.

However, if you complete the tutorials and actually start taking to the skies in some bigger aircraft, the thrill is incredibly rewarding.

Get used to the conditions

Once you know how to fly, you’ll want to experiment with different kinds of flights. That’s where the weather comes in.

Flight Simulator 2020 has a dynamic weather engine, so you can experience the joy of flight in all sorts of conditions.

Day, night, rain, wind: all of these can change the way you fly and the way you play!

Snap the skies

Microsoft Flight Simulator

Between the weather and the photorealistic graphics, you’re going to see some incredible sights from on high.

Remember to use the capture functionality on your Xbox to record gorgeous videos and snap awesome images.

Don’t forget to share them with us too!

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Why do I need a Telstra TV?

By Luke Hopewell July 28, 2021

Smart TVs these days have a tonne of streaming apps that you can access already built in, so why would you need a dedicated streaming box? It’s a good question, but the Telstra TV does things your smart TV only wishes it could. Here’s why it’s worth a look.

What is Telstra TV?

So, how does Telstra TV work?

Telstra TV is a streaming device that plugs into a HDMI port on your TV. It runs a wide range of streaming apps so you can get access to a vast range of content and access your subscriptions – movies, live sport, drama, comedy music and also free-to-air TV.

Telstra TV unites all this into the one place – so it becomes your easy-to-use one-stop shop to access your subscriptions and content. Subscriptions required and charges apply.

What does Telstra TV do compared to other streaming boxes?

Compared to other streaming boxes and sticks, the Telstra TV is more than capable of holding its own.

While other streaming boxes can bring in some of the same entertainment apps, Telstra TV supports more than just entertainment. Here’s what Telstra TV can help give you access to that many other streaming boxes can’t:

  • Access to Live TV and live sports, with live pause of up to 30 minutes
  • Telstra TV Enhanced Remote allows you to control your TV, sound bar and other devices all from the one remote control
  • Listen via your favourite headphones – via the Telstra TV App on your phone for a private listening experience
  • Plex support so you can bring your own library to life alongside other streaming services
  • Voice search via your remote – makes finding your favourite content super easy
  • Ethernet support for faster networking and better streaming in areas with low or poor Wi-Fi coverage

How much does Telstra TV cost?

There are a couple of ways to get your hands on the Telstra TV.

You can purchase it for $216 outright. Alternatively, you can add on Telstra TV to an eligible Telstra mobile or home internet plan for $9 per month over 24 months (total cost $216 over 24-month period + your plan charges); nab a three-month subscription to BINGE Standard on us for eligible Telstra consumer post-paid customers new to Binge (roll onto Binge Standard fees currently , and Telstra Plus members earn 20,000 bonus Telstra Plus points, which you can put towards Telstra Home Box Office movie rentals! (Eligibility criteria apply to join Telstra Plus)

Check out our online store to purchase a Telstra TV digitally.

Is the Telstra TV easy to set up?


All you need to get Telstra TV up and running is an active broadband connection, a compatible TV with an HDMI port spare, and a TV antenna for your free-to-air signal.

Once you’ve got your Telstra TV, it’s super easy to set up.

Unbox your Telstra TV

Inside you’ll find:

  • the Telstra TV box
  • an enhanced remote with two AAA batteries
  • an HDMI 2.0 cable
  • a power adaptor

Plug in Telstra TV

  • Connect the Telstra TV box to your TV using the HDMI cable
  • Pull the antenna cable out of the back of your TV and plug into your Telstra TV
  • Plug the power adapter into a power point and into your Telstra TV

Power up and activate

  • Turn on your TV and on the screen select the HDMI input that your Telstra TV is connected to
  • Have your Telstra Wi-Fi password ready and follow the instructions on screen to activate your Telstra TV. Once that’s done you’re ready to watch and add-on your subscriptions (charges apply)

Can you record on Telstra TV?

I have a smart TV, why do I need a Telstra TV?

No – but why bother with the hassle of recording a program from live TV when you can just stream it directly using catch up TV app.

We integrate Live TV and Catch up TV on Telstra TV – in many cases if you miss something on Live TV we can link you directly to on-demand version in the catch up TV app.

What apps are on Telstra TV?

You’ve got access to almost 50 streaming, catch up, live sport and news apps available on Telstra TV. That’s twice the number of apps compared to Australia’s biggest smart TV vendor. Check out the list (Subscriptions required and charges apply):

TV and movies


Amazon Prime Video

Foxtel Now


Telstra TV Box Office














Curiosity stream


Catch up

ABC iview



SBS On Demand






Redbull TV

Netball Live






Ketchup TV










News and weather

WSJ Video



The Economist

Things you need to know

BINGE offer: * 3 months BINGE Standard subscription available to Telstra customers with a consumer post-paid mobile or home internet plan. Redeem by 18 Jan 2021 through BINGE or on a Telstra TV. BINGE Standard monthly fees (currently $14/mth) apply after offer period ends unless you change or cancel. Offer can be applied to: BINGE Premium (for $4/mth during offer period) or BINGE Basic (for $0/mth during offer period). After offer period, standard monthly prices apply (currently BINGE Premium $18/mth, BINGE Basic $10/mth), unless you change your pack or cancel before the end of your offer period. Billing: Not compatible with any other BINGE offers. Not compatible with some third party billing platforms. Telstra billing not available for existing BINGE subscribers on another payment method. One redemption per customer account. Requires internet & compatible device and sign up to BINGE Terms of Service. Data charges apply.

Telstra TV and Telstra Plus: Only customers with an existing eligible fixed or post-paid mobile service with an account number starting with 2000 are eligible to add Telstra TV. Eligible Telstra customers that add a Telstra TV on a monthly repayment option to their eligible fixed internet or mobile service and sign up to Telstra Plus, will receive 20,000 bonus Telstra Points. Bonus Telstra Points will be loaded onto your account within 14 days of purchase of Telstra TV (for existing Telstra Plus members) or within 14 days of sign up to Telstra Plus (for new Telstra Plus customers). Not compatible with other offers, and not redeemable for cash.

Accessory and Device Add ons: Maximum 5 add-ons per customer at any one time. If you cancel an add-on early or cancel your existing fixed or post-paid mobile service(s), or cancel your month to month plan, your add-on repayment will also terminate and you will be required to pay out the remainder of your add-on(s).

Telstra TV: Existing Telstra post-paid service required. Requires a compatible TV with a HDMI port. A minimum internet speed of 3.5Mbps is recommended. Antenna required to access free-to-air channels in your area. Subscription and data charges apply, except when using Telstra TV Box Office. Search not available across all apps. To benefit from HEVC and 4K, content needs to be produced in this format. 4K TV is also required to experience 4K resolution

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What to stream on Disney+, now on Telstra TV

By Ryan Dunn July 28, 2021

You asked for it: Disney+ is now available on Telstra TV, bringing you a whole new world of streaming entertainment from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, National Geographic – and now, Star!

Watch blockbuster new movies, exclusive TV series, incredible documentaries and all your throwback favourites all in one place on Disney+. From the brand new Pixar film LUCA, to epic sci-fi series like Star Wars THE MANDALORIAN and the latest Marvel series LOKI, there’s always something new to stream. And with Star now included in your Disney+ subscription, you can kick back and enjoy thousands of hours of shows like GREY’S ANATOMY, THE SIMPSONS and FAMILY GUY – as well as award-winning movies like NOMADLAND and JOJO RABBIT, and classics like TITANIC and the entire DIE HARD collection.

Sign up now at, then install the Disney+ app from the App Store on your Telstra TV to start streaming today!

Jungle Cruise (In cinemas from July 29 and on Disney+ Premier Access from July 30)

With Premier Access on Disney+, you can watch some of the biggest blockbusters from the comfort of your couch – over and over again! And why not start your adventure with Disney’s JUNGLE CRUISE. Join fan-favourites Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt for a rollicking thrill-ride down the Amazon, as skipper Frank Wolff and intrepid researcher Dr. Lily Houghton. Seeking an ancient tree with healing abilities, Dr. Houghton enlists Frank’s questionable services to guide her downriver on La Quila – his ramshackle-but-charming boat. Amidst danger and supernatural forces lurking in the jungle, secrets of the lost tree unfold as their fate – and mankind’s – hangs in the balance.


Phase 4 of the phenomenal Marvel Cinematic Universe has begun with a bang: WANDAVISION, FALCON AND THE WINTER SOLDIER, BLACK WIDOW on Premier Access and now all episodes of the smash hit LOKI. Tom Hiddleston resumes his role as the mercurial God of Mischief, in a new series that takes place directly after the events of AVENGERS: ENDGAME. Loki is recruited by Owen Wilson’s Mobius m Mobius, from the mysterious Time Variance Authority to help hunt down a dangerous “time variant” that threatens to disrupt the sacred timeline. In this thrilling journey through time, one question is never far from the surface: Can the Time Variance Authority be trusted? Or, for that matter, can Loki?

Monsters at Work

From timeless classics, like THE LITTLE MERMAID, to Disney and Pixar’s latest and literal fish out of water story, LUCA, Disney+ is your animation destination. And now Mike and Sully are back, with newcomer Tylor, in Disney’s MONSTERS AT WORK. Aspiring Scarer Tylor Tuskmon graduates top of his class from Monsters U and arrives at Monsters Inc, ready to begin his dream job. But that’s before everything goes scare-shaped. He quickly learns that scaring is now out and laughing is in! Tylor is reassigned to the Monsters, Inc. Facilities Team, where he sets his sights on a new goal: becoming a Jokester.

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