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Netflix has raised the price of its Premium subscription tier for Australian customers.
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Netflix says the change is meant to “ensure our standard of quality for viewing is being met.”
Owners of Sony's Android-powered Bravia TVs now have access to a dedicated Foxtel Now app.
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