A new streaming service called Binge was recently released in Australia and is accessible through mobile phone and tablets. You can then “cast” from your device using Apple TV or Chromecast.
Binge is also supported on the 4th generation Apple TV, Google Chromecast, Telstra TV 3 and is available on Android Smart TV’s.
According to Whistle Out a Binge App is in development for Samsung Smart TV’s and is expected to be available within three to four months time, with other smart TV apps set to follow.
According to TV Tonight “Binge is helmed by the Kayo CEO Julian Ogrin who has seen the platform develop it’s tech on the back of Kayo’s success in sport streaming”
Binge starts at $10/month for the basic SD (Standard Definition) package with 1 screen through to their premium package at $18/month for up to 4screen on HD (High definition). They also have a 2 week free trial. If you are already signed up with Kayo you’ll need to use your Kayo account to register for Binge.
Binge will give viewers access to titles that have previously only been available to Foxtel subscribers and include some big titles from the US such as Game of Thrones and Westworld.
Currently there is approximately 4 million Australians who are using streaming services, and that number is expected to grow to 85% of Australian Households.
To access binge you’ll need either a hardwired or wireless internet connection providing speeds of at least 5Mbps for optimal streaming performance.
At Jim’s Antennas we can help you to access all the latest streaming services from Binge, Netlfix, Amazon and Stan. If you’re currently experiencing frustrating buffering and drop outs on your streaming service, give us a call today on 131 546 or book online 24/7 and let us get your devices set up and improve your WiFi speeds today
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