Get festive with tv - now even better value with iiNet
From 13 December 2011, new and existing iiNet, Westnet and Netspace tv customers will receive a $4.95 to $9.95 saving on their monthly subscription, depending on their package.
Stephen Harley, iiNet's Chief Product Officer, said there's been no better time to subscribe to tv.
"Over the past year, we've been working with tv on some great new product enhancements including expanded content, a new interface and the recently launched iPhone and iPad app," Mr Harley said.
"As we see tv grow in popularity, we're able to offer the service to new and existing customers for an even better price."
"Both the tv Starter and Entertainment packages offer outstanding value with more movies than ever, more content and a huge terabyte of storage for all your holiday recordings."
For more information on iiNet and tv, visit www.iinet.net.au/tv.
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iiNet is Australia's second largest DSL Internet Service Provider (ISP) and the leading challenger in the telecommunications market. We employ more than 2000 inquisitive staff across four countries and support over 1.3 million broadband, telephony and Internet Protocol TV (IPTV) services nationwide.
We're a publicly listed company and we maintain our own super-fast broadband network. Our vision is to lead the market with products that harness the potential of the Internet and then differentiate with award-winning customer service.
To achieve this, we employ creative thinkers and true advocates of technology. Our people are a huge part of the iiNet success story, so we've developed a unique and stimulating work culture to ensure they remain engaged and inspired.
A lot has changed since our CEO founded iiNet in a suburban garage back in 1993 and the broadband landscape continues to evolve. What hasn't changed is our passion for the transformative benefits of the Internet and our commitment to helping Australians connect better.