New $ 10 a month streaming service against Netflix and Stan launches in Australia – and there are every episode of Game of Thrones, Seinfeld and The Office
- Australia's newest streaming service, Binge, was finally launched on Monday
- Binge includes up to 10,000 hours of hit films and television series
- Viewers can stream binge on one screen for $ 10 a month and $ 18 for $ 4
- Binge contains content such as Game of Thrones, Jurassic Park & Sex and the city
A new streaming service has just started in Australia and is great news for Game of Thrones fans.
Binge will be available to Australians on Monday, offering 10,000 hours of blockbuster shows and films.
Foxtel's new service works similarly to Netflix and will include hit shows from the popular HBO network, such as Big Little Lies and Sex and the City.
Prices start at $ 10 a month for streaming binge on one screen, $ 14 for two screens, and $ 18 for four.
Binge was launched in Australia on Monday and includes up to 10,000 hours of successful TV shows and films
Big Little Lies with Meryl Streep and Nicole Kidman can be streamed by binge viewers for just $ 10 a month
Binge can be tested by Australians through a free two-week trial.
The streaming service is supposed to keep up with other well-known names like Netflix and Stan and add new content every day.
It also includes a "Surprise Me" feature, where a movie or TV show happens to be on the screen to help viewers who cannot decide what to watch.
In addition to HBO shows, binge viewers also have access to original content from the new American streaming service HBO Max, which includes a new restart of Gossip Girl.
Prices start at just $ 10 a month for one screen, and four screens can stream binge at the same time for $ 18
The best content that Binge offers includes successful series such as Game of Thrones, Seinfeld, Keeping Up With The Kardashians and documentaries by David Attenborough.
It also includes films like Fast & Furious, Jurassic Park, Mission Impossible and DC Universe collections.
THE BEST OF BINGE
game of Thrones
Big little lies
Keep up with the Kardashians
Sex and the City
The US office
Parks and recreation
the Walking Dead
Dallas Buyers Club
A slave for 12 years
The dark knight
The James Bond collection
Julian Ogrin, CEO of Binge, said viewers would have difficulty turning it off.
“Binge addresses the heart of what great entertainment is about, something so good that you can't turn it off. BINGE gives you permission to indulge in the shows you love and the shows you can't get enough of. It is entertainment that is unshakable, ”he said.
"This is a next-generation streaming service that we want to go beyond delivering the best content by emotionally connecting with viewers based on unapologetic entertainment. A place where you can go for this precious" I- Time "can escape."
With an amazing range of entertainment from the world's best brands, Binge has something for everyone on your favorite device whenever you want to see it. And when new content is added every day, there is always something fresh to enjoy. & # 39;
Binge can now be streamed to Android TV, Apple TV, Telstra TV and Chromecast.
The incredibly popular Game of Thrones will be shown on Binge alongside various other hit shows and films