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The new iiNet TV with Fetch – Little box. BIG Entertainment.

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The new iiNet TV with Fetch Mini set top box has arrived! Here at iiNet we’re big movie buffs and we love a good TV show to sink our teeth into so we’re thrilled that our latest iiNet TV with Fetch product includes access to thousands of movie titles in one adorable package – the new Fetch TV Mini!

This little guy has a range of handy features to make your home entertainment experience a thing to remember; but first, let’s cover the basics of the new product with a little bit of Fetch 101.

Fetch TV Mini Set Top Box

Here’s what you’ll need for the new iiNet TV with Fetch:

  • An iiNet broadband service with a speed of at least 3.5Mbps (excluding NBN™ Satellite).
  • A Fetch TV Mini set top box – available from us for $99.
  • A standard subscription available for just $5 per month with no lock-in contract.

A standard subscription has a range of enhanced viewing features plus it also comes with Movie Box, giving you access to a selection of 30 movies each month at no additional cost! If you’re interested in beefing up your pay TV service, there’s also a range of channel packs to choose from plus thousands of movies and TV shows to rent or buy from the Fetch Store. The Entertainment Plus pack is a popular option giving you access to over 35 great channels including the Disney Channel, Nickelodeon, BBC, CNN, ESPN, MTV, National Geographic and more – all for just $19.95 a month. Sports fans will be pleased to know that the beIN Sports pack is also available.

Fetch TV Mini Set Top Box

Little box. BIG entertainment.

The Fetch TV Mini comes with everything you need to plug it into your TV and connect to your home broadband service using its built-in WiFi. With one remote and one device, it puts all your TV in one place and setup is a piece of cake. The Fetch TV Mini also has catch-up TV and all the popular streaming apps built-in so you can enjoy your Netflix and Stan subscriptions on your TV in your living room. The remote control is a big improvement on the previous model and the on-screen setup tutorial is a breeze – but wait, that’s not all!

Have you ever been stuck into a good TV show when suddenly the phone rings or you’ve got a hankering for a good cup of tea? You don’t have to worry about missing out any more with the Fetch TV Mini’s 15-minute pause on live TV! That’s right – whether it’s your iiNet TV channels or Free-to-Air channels, the Fetch TV Mini will save your place like a TV bookmark for up to 15 minutes so you can resume viewing without missing a second!

Don’t fight for the remote thanks to Multiroom

One of the biggest improvements with the new Fetch TV Mini is the new Multiroom feature. This feature allows up to 3 Fetch TV Minis to share access to the same iiNet TV service, including access to all your channel packs and any movies or TV shows you’ve bought or rented from the Fetch Store. That means you don’t need to double/triple up on your channel pack subscriptions, just purchase an additional Mini set top box and a standard service at $5 per month and you can have the kids watching Disney in the spare room while you enjoy a grown- up movie in the living room.

There are some broadband speed requirements to support additional Fetch TV Minis (you’ll need at least 9.5Mbps to support the maximum of 3 set top boxes). If you’re intrigued, you can learn more about Multiroom on our website.

There’s no time like the present to get your hands on a little box with BIG entertainment! If you have a broadband service with us and you’re interested in this award-winning product, just give us a call on 13 19 17 and we’ll be happy to help.

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107 comments

  1. Shushann says:

    Hi there just wondering is Fetch like Netflix?

  2. Bill Alexander says:

    No NBN in Middle Swan yet with maybe 5 more years to way!! How do I know if my ADSL2 on Bob lite will provide 3mb/s for just one TV? I’m alone and only watch one TV.

  3. Terry says:

    What channels can I have so that I can watch Rugby League, Union or AssievRules or is it only the soccer channels I get with Fetch TV mini

  4. Jane says:

    Can I watch Games of thrones on fecth TV?

  5. San Rai says:

    is it like an apple TV modem which can be connected to the non smart TV?

  6. Jill Appleyard says:

    How is the fetch box any different to foxtell. Can u get UK TV channel on fetch box ?
    Thanks

  7. julie Ratjens says:

    It would be nice if iinet had better packages for their rural customers with satellite.not only can we not use our foxtel go but now we can not even use the new fetch….seems we pay more for way less

    • Leo Yarnold says:

      Hi Julie,

      Sorry to hear this! With NBN Satellite services, we are limited by the data amounts NBN allow us to use, so as to not overload their network. So, whilst we’d love to offer more data, we are unable to.

      – Leo.

  8. George says:

    I wonder what the resolution of iinet tv and fetch tv will bee. Any chance of qhd?

  9. William Hauer says:

    I already have a Fetch system using vodaphone for watching English Premier League games with the small box and a slightly different hand remote control unit. Can this work with or be adapted to your proposal???

    • Leo Yarnold says:

      Hi William,

      The EPL is Vodafone/Optus specific, so changing to iiNet would see you lose EPL coverage.

      – Leo.

  10. Nick bron says:

    we would like to sign up for the IINET offer for Fetch @ $5 Pm + $100 for purchase.
    How do we start? NB

  11. Greg says:

    I already own a Fetch TV and have iiNet. Is there an offer for me?

  12. Nicole says:

    So if I was to get the fetch tv mini box, all up how much would it cost me a month please?

    • Leo Yarnold says:

      Hi Nicole,

      The Mini starts at $5 per month, with extra subscription packages and an iiNet connection on top. Have a chat to Sales on 13 19 17 for more information.

      – Leo.

  13. Robin Hick says:

    I am every long term customer from the earliest days of ExtremeDSL thru WestNet and now with iiNet. Loyalty is obvious.

    I was asked by Foxtel to extend my Platinum package at $85per month to include the Foxtel Hub. I currently run a Microsoft Surface Pro3 with Foxtel Go however I cannot download the Go app for my Microsoft Lumia 950xl phone.

    Will you please send me your best business case solution to allow me to cease Foxtel with expansion and alternatively stay with iiNet including expansion to include Fetch.

    The products must be compatible with my. Microsoft hardware setup and seamlessly change over service.

    May thanks and kind regards,

    Robin Hick

    I now wish to draw a comparison cost/benefit of your iiNet Fetch box with the option to extend to 3 rooms.

    • Leo Yarnold says:

      Hi Robin,

      This is quite detailed, so you may be better off speaking to Sales on 13 19 17. They’ll be able to let you know what would be the best option for you. Fetch does have its own app for watching on approved devices as well.

      – Leo

  14. Debbie Burton Flanagan says:

    I have had my fetch top box got over a month and it still is not connected have called iinet a few times no one has got back to me yet .. very disappointed

    • Leo Yarnold says:

      Hi Debbie,

      Have you spoken directly to the IPTV team on 1300 701 006? They should be able to help.

      – Leo.

  15. greg palmer says:

    I am very interested

    • Brianna Burgess says:

      Don’t hesitate to give our Sales (13 19 17) team a buzz and we can run you through some options, Greg! The basic package starts at $5 per month.

      – Brianna

  16. peter says:

    can i get fetch through the foxtel dish or iinet as we do not have a land line available.

    • Leo Yarnold says:

      Hi Peter,

      Fetch is an IPTV solution, so its designed to work with your iiNet internet connection and a conventional TV antenna. It will not work through a dish.

      – Leo.

  17. Michael Bailey says:

    I know fetch tv is a Linux Distro. But do you have a software version of the OS. Or a Kodi add-on? If you had a Snap package or a .deb file so I can run this on my current Media Center Box. I use Kodi & Steam on my Media Center and they do just about everything I need. But would like to get Fetch too.

    • Leo Yarnold says:

      Hi Michael,

      Fetch is primarily a hardware solution designed to work with its own design Set Top Box and the Fetch App, so it will not work on other hardware.

      – Leo.

  18. F Henry says:

    Does the TV Fetch box have access to Netflix?
    With our max broadband speed of 1.3 Mbs it doesn’t sound like it would work to well?

    • Brianna Burgess says:

      Sure does, Henry. An application is available for watching both Netflix and Stan streaming services. The minimum speed requirement for Fetch TV is 3.5Mbps: https://www.iinet.net.au/tv/fetchtv/faq

      Encourage touching base with our Support (13 22 58) team to ensure your connection is performing optimally.

      – Brianna

  19. GARY archer garyrarcher6@gmail.com says:

    What is the equivalent cost to Foxtel basic package and do I get channels sport and f x

    • Leo Yarnold says:

      Hi Gary,

      Fetch has ESPN and ESPN2 as its sports channels on the Fetch Entertainment Plus package. FX is a Foxtel only product. Cost would be around $25.95 per month for Fetch and the Entertainment Plus package.

      – Leo.

  20. I would like to know which is the minimum plan that you offer than would be capable of supporting this system..

    • Leo Yarnold says:

      Hi Janet,

      This is not so much about minimum cost ($59.99 per month for internet) but about the minimum capability of your internet connection, as Fetch requires a minimum speed of 3.5Mbps to work.

      – Leo.

  21. J Davis says:

    I would have thought FETCH would have been provided to Platinum subscribers at no charge to maintain their level of access. We are considering reviewing our Foxtel involvement because of the cost of Platinum, coupled with the unacceptable level of repeats on Foxtel.

    • Leo Yarnold says:

      Hi J,

      We don’t offer a Platinum service and Fetch is a completely different product. We have no connection to Foxtel.

      – Leo.

  22. Susan Brookes says:

    I am interested in Fetch TV.

    However, my broadband is through my telephone landline, and the TV is in a different room from the computer.

    Is it still do-able?

    • Leo Yarnold says:

      Hi Susan,

      Yes, this is doable! The Fetch Mini has WiFi built in, so your modem can be in one room and the TV/Set Top Box can be in the other.

      – Leo

  23. Alec says:

    Just called iiNet on 13 19 17 about this new Fetch service.

    Couldn’t understand a word of the people on the line.
    “Tasmin” was one. And there were several others after a 58m wait. (And that following the usual call-back time.)

    Questions are:

    1) Can I get Freeview = Australian free-to-air catcup-up services?

    2) Must I connect my modem directly to the TV via LAN/cable?
    Or will the box pick up my modem signal?

    Used to be good when iiNet was all-Australian.
    Now? Just like the others.
    Sad … corporate … off-shore … unfriendly.

    • Leo Yarnold says:

      Hi Alec,

      To answer your questions:

      1) Yes, Freeview is available – just plug in your TV antenna!
      2) The Fetch Mini is WiFi enabled, so you can run it wirelessly at home without needing to plug in an ethernet cable.

      – Leo.

  24. Deb Marsden says:

    meanwhile, I ordered this service on 29 Nov, and it is still on backorder, with no information given why when I emailed…. Not sure if you should be promoting Fetch TV if one cannot access a set top box…

    • Leo Yarnold says:

      Hi Deb,

      Have a chat to the IPTV team on 1300 701 006 as they should be able to tell you what is going on here.

      – Leo.

  25. Chris D says:

    I ordered on the 28th of Nov.
    Still waiting.
    :-(

    Once a week the status gets bumped to that same thing.

    Status: Pre-Activated
    defer for 7 days
    still in back orders
    reschedule
    waiting for terminal details

    Not very helpful

    • Chris May says:

      Hi Chris, our iiNet TV With Fetch team should be able to look into this for you. You can reach them on 1300 701 006.

      – Chris

  26. Alf says:

    I have foxtel cable . Can i swap over to your iinet tv and movies

    • Brianna Burgess says:

      Definitely worth exploring, Alf. We’d recommend giving our Sales (13 19 17) team a buzz to discuss options.

      – Brianna

  27. Elaine says:

    I would love to have FETCH but my television is old like me – a Panasonic Vieta TX-26LXD70A
    or TX-32LXD70A. Do I really need to purchase a new television?
    I have been a iinet (ozemail) customer since 2000.

    • Leo Yarnold says:

      Hi Elaine,

      Nope, you won’t need to purchase a new TV> as long as you have an HDMI input, you should be just fine.

      – Leo.

  28. Allan says:

    you say that with fetch you can buy movies to watch,so how much does a movie cost.Allan

  29. Amanda Coghlan says:

    Hi iinet

    I am an early Fetch adopter with iinet and currently have the 2nd Generation Box with the Entertainment Pack.

    Are they any plans for iinet to also offer the Fetch TV Mighty box to customers?

    Cheers
    Amanda

    • Leo Yarnold says:

      Hi Amanda,

      We don’t have plans to offer the Mighty, however we are delighted to see your question about it, as is does help us gauge interest in the Mighty.

      – Leo.

  30. Cornelio says:

    i’m currently on NAKED DSL with varied download speeds bet 5.9 to 6.13 mbps and .85 mbps upload speed. Already on fetch TV. I live in a townhouse and the if I purchase this mini box will it work in our room upstairs. I have a problem with WI FI connection upstairs as it’s a bit slow..Can you assist please

    • Leo Yarnold says:

      Hi Cornelio,

      We wouldn’t anticipate a change in circumstances if you moved to a Fetch mini, but we would recommend considering ways to boost your WiFi signal. A WiFi range extender is one possible option.

      – Leo.

  31. How does the Fetch Gen 2 compare to the Fetch Mini? I’m currently leasing the Fetch Gen 2. What are the differences please?

    • Leo Yarnold says:

      Hi Carsten,

      The main differences differences between the Gen 2 and the Mini:

      * The Mini doesn’t have a hard drive/PVR component;
      * The Mini does have WiFi built-in;
      * The Mini allows for a multi-room setup.

      – Leo.

  32. Christopher Payne says:

    I already have Fetch TV. Should I change to the Mini?

    • Leo Yarnold says:

      Hi Christopher,

      This choice is up to you! It really does depend on how you use Fetch currently. For instance, if you use the PVR in your current unit, then the Mini isn’t for you, as it doesn’t have a hard-drive.

      – Leo

  33. Jan says:

    Hi

    We are already connected to the NBN (Belong paying $50pm; no fixed term contract) although we know many who are not. We have a Smart TV although usually use an iPad for catch up tv episodes we may have missed. Happy with the service; no lagging etc. Ps. We also use a dvd recorder too so rarely miss a program though.

    What would be the benefit to us to switch to your Fetch mini service?

    Thank you
    Jan

    • Leo Yarnold says:

      Hi Jan,

      You would need to become an iiNet customer for your NBN service before being able to access Fetch. Feel free to have a chat to our Sales team on 13 19 17 for more information.

      – Leo

  34. Ken Gilmore says:

    I am a long tern iinet customer already with Fetch tv. I have a Gen2 decoder. For this I pay a subscription of $10 monthly. It is great and I love it.
    In a recent email you sent me promoting the new Fetch Mini at a “standard subscription rate of $5 monthly”, “plus it also comes with Movie Box” “at no additional cost”.
    If this is the case I’m feeling a little cheated. Am I reading it wrong or have you written it wrong ? I would like free Movie Box also and a monthly subscription of $5 also. Keeping my fingers crossed.

  35. Jenelle says:

    I had fetch years ago. Back then I had the sport but didn’t get Australian sport, is there NRL now

    • Leo Yarnold says:

      Hi Jenelle,

      NRL is tied up with another rights holder, so Fetch does not have access to NRL fixtures, except via Free-To-Air.

      – Leo

  36. Ashard says:

    What is the package price for NBN and Fetch?

    • Leo Yarnold says:

      Hi Ashard,

      We have multiple solutions here for you, so we would recommend giving our Sales team a call on 13 19 17. They’ll be able to check availability in your area and recommend a solution for you!

      – Leo

  37. Laura Willett says:

    We have been with iinet for about 11 years, now. Recently changed from broadband ADSL2 to NBN with fetch. We had foxtel for 20 years, basic plan. For what we were watching, I monitored for about 12 months, we were paying too much for foxtel. As soon as NBN arrived in our street, we changed over. We have lost a couple of favourite channels, but we now down load our favourite programs and watch them in our own time. iinet staff have always been extremely helpful, very friendly and gone out of their way to iron out bugs when presented. The long wait times and call backs
    are frustrating, but this is a sign of the times, with less staff doing the jobs of many.

  38. rodney Holloins says:

    can you do a deal as i have an old fetch tv box regards Rodney Hollins

  39. Josh says:

    Hi, I am already an iiNet subscriber with an existing FetchTV system with the Entertainment package. I’d like a 2nd FetchTV box for my kids TV. Will a FetchTV mini be able to stream recorded TV shows off the existing unit? Will I need to purchase a 2nd entertainment package to access Disney etc for the 2nd FetchTV box?

    • Leo Yarnold says:

      Hi Josh,

      Multi-room isn’t available yet, but once released, you’ll need to change from the current Generation 1 or 2 units to the Mini (Gen 3) to access multi-room. There is no way to network the previous generation units to a Fetch Mini.

      – Leo.

  40. Karen says:

    1.When are you reintroducing the bigger box to facilitate recording?
    2. Is there packages for cricket games rather than socccer?
    3. Why I am always talking to some one overseas who I can barely understand and visa versa and I end up shouting at them!

    • Leo Yarnold says:

      Hi Karen,

      We don’t have any plans to introduce the Mighty Fetch TV box at this time. Fetch currently has no cricket packages. Support staff are largely based in our Cape Town, South Africa office, with some staff in Auckland, New Zealand, as well as Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth.

      – Leo.

  41. Stu says:

    Will iinet be selling the mighty fetch tv box or only the mini?

    • Leo Yarnold says:

      Hi Stu,

      At the moment we are only selling the Mini though we are keen to see posts like this so we can gauge the interest for the Mighty.

      -Leo.

  42. jason says:

    i hate to say this unless you have full adsl2 speed and sat feed iptv is a pointless option to consider because the bandwidth isn’t there for it..

    i want a functional service, i have had the foxtel on demand to know you need atlest 8 connections to service 2 stu

    and you’re looking at a massive upgrade to tv cable you currently use for dtv because when the signal degradesby 95% makes dtv pointless

    to truly support iptv every isp will be need to lay fois failure to do so will see issues with this product because it is a high bandwidth anywhere from 2/1-24/1 will likely be not enough 1 box let alone 2-10 boxes..

    in a standard 5 bedhome you will own 7-10 tv’s not mention pc’s laptops, consoles bd player.. and the list goes on..

    in the course of 20 years or less your network will rival a medium sized company of 100+ devices..

    • Leo Yarnold says:

      Hi Jason,

      Minimum requirements for FetchTV are a 3.5Mbps connection or greater, so IPTV will work at the lower end of the connection spectrum.

      – Leo.

  43. stuart says:

    Hi my ISP is west net, most days we can barely open the google homepage as service is so slow, does this mean I would not be able to use Fetch? Thanks

    • Leo Yarnold says:

      Hi Stuart,

      We’d be more worried about the status of your connection, to be honest! Remember, your internet connection needs to consistently connect above 3.5Mbps for Fetch to work. If your service is poor, we need to investigate what is going on before thinking about adding Fetch.

      – Leo.

  44. I already have fetch. Should I upgrade?

    • Leo Yarnold says:

      Hi Ashley,

      The decision really is up to you! The Mini is great if you want wireless connectivity and don’t plan on recording anything (as it doesn’t have a hard drive). Otherwise, you don’t have to change from what you have now.

      – Leo.

  45. Kenneth says:

    Ok Leo I accept that the Gen 2 has a hard drive but you haven’t answered the question that I and I’m absolutely sure all the other Fetch customers will want to know. Again is Movie Box free with the Fetch Mini $5 monthly subscription ? Let,s have it Leo !

  46. Kenneth says:

    Thanks Leo, so when can I expect to have Movie Box with my $5 + $5 Gen 2 monthly subscription. I’m sure the last thing that iiNet would want is a discriminatory two class of customer policy. Ouch !

    • Chris May says:

      Hi Kenneth,

      The Generation 3/Mini Fetch service is a different product to the previous generation offerings and as such the features provided will vary. Movie Box is available to customers who have purchased a Mini set top box whether or not they have an Entertainment Plus subscription, whereas for older Fetch services (generations 1 and 2) Entertainment Plus is a requirement. If you wish to take advantage of our new Fetch plan you are welcome to contact our iiNet TV With Fetch team on 1300 701 006 who will be able to cancel your old service and sign you up for a new Fetch Mini service which includes Movie Box.

      – Chris

  47. Carl Muller says:

    I have Fetch Basic $5 per month and I am supposed to get 30 movie channels free per month according to your and Fetches web sites but all mine in Movie Box say rent or buy?
    Why am I not getting these free also toolbox says my Fetch is inactive what does that mean I use it every day?

    • Chris May says:

      Hi Carl,

      If you have a Fetch Mini set top box and you are unable to watch your Movie Box movies then I’d advise contacting our iiNet TV With Fetch team on 1300 701 006 to look into this for you and find out what’s happening. They may also be able to look into why your service is not showing as active in Toolbox.

      – Chris

  48. Stephen says:

    I currently have iiNet Fetch TV with PVR and Entertainment Plus on ADSL.
    NBN is coming soon to our area. Can we keep the older technology Fetch with PVR which we use all the time (love the ability to start recording from the App when not at home), or do we need to go to Fetch Mini when we switch to NBN? Not happy to loose the PVR function.

    • Chris May says:

      Hi Stephen, thanks for the question!

      Switching to a fixed-line NBN connection should not impact your ability to use a previous generation set top box. Generation 1/2 and Mini set top boxes do not depend on a specific type of Internet connection and you’ll find that you should be able to continue to use your current Fetch hardware on your new NBN service with no issues.

      Hope that helps!

      – Chris

  49. Kenneth says:

    Hi Chris May,
    You really are grasping at straws.
    The so called service/ product you are offering is identical both for the new Mini Fetch customers and your loyal but now mistreated Gen 2 customers. To simply say swap over your decoder for a new Mini is callous and you should be ashamed of yourself.
    Free Movie Box for the new Mini customers is an enticement to join and for this iiNet should be applauded. However what is good for the goose should equally apply to the gander. By not doing so you are being not only unfair but discriminating. Shame on you. It is a flick of a switch solution.
    Talk to your superiors and point out this foolishness. If not I will take this up with the Ombudsman / Consumer Affairs. I just cant stand by and allow this willful act to continue.

    • Chris May says:

      I’m sorry that you feel that way. The terms of the service you signed up for have not changed, however a new product is now available to customers and it comes with different features to the previous generation Fetch service. If you would like to take advantage of this new product you are more than welcome to, and further information can be found at https://www.iinet.net.au/tv/fetchtv/features/. You are also welcome to call our iiNet TV With Fetch team on 1300 701 006 who will be able to provide further information.

      We thank you for your feedback and will ensure that this is passed on to the relevant persons.

      – Chris

  50. Rachel Spitaler says:

    I wanted to know when you will get the mighty fetch TV box? Will it be available through Iinet? And if so when? Thanks

  51. Stuart says:

    Hi Leo

    thanks for your response, how can I investigate the poor service we receive, all calls to the ISP over the past 10 years result in the same thing – a poor service, so we had given up

    • Brianna Burgess says:

      Hi Stuart,

      If you aren’t satisfied with the level of service provided, we’d encourage requesting to speak with a Senior or Customer Service Manager during your next interaction. They’ll be able to both investigate previous experiences and ensure we’re doing all we can to get this sorted for you.

      – Brianna

  52. Alex says:

    When will Fetch and the Mighty be available? Can I just go dwon to Hrvwey Norman and get one and hook it up?

    • Brianna Burgess says:

      Hi Alex,

      We’ll let you know when Fetch Mighty is available. Hardware is usually provided locked, so we’d encourage giving our Sales (13 19 17) line a buzz when available to organise your Set Top Box delivery. Sing out if you have any further questions!

      – Brianna

  53. Gail says:

    I am a long time iiNet customer (via Netspace) and NBN is about to go live in our area. We currently use TiVo to record 2 free to air TV shows whilst watching a 3rd free to air TV show.
    How will Mini Fetch compare/improve on what we already have & are happy with?
    Also is it cost effective to change when we currently have no idea whether or not NBN will improve our internet service?

    • Leo Yarnold says:

      Hi Gail,

      In your case Fetch Mini doesn’t have a PVR/Hard Drive installed, so you aren’t able to record programs. Its main advantage is that it is wireless and supports multiroom, so it can be used on multiple TV’s.
      With regards to upgrading to NBN, it does depend on your current connection. If you’re connecting at less than 12Mbps, then upgrading to NBN will be beneficial from a speed perspective. Ideally, it comes down to what your needs are! If you want a faster connection with no need for a phone line (and if you’re happy to use VoIP) then NBN is a great option. If you do use a landline at home, then we encourage you to examine your options, especially if you have services that require a landline to work (like a monitored alarm, medical alarms, security cameras etc).

      – Leo.

  54. Kenneth says:

    Hi Chris May.
    You are totally oblivious to my complaint.
    I know my terms of service with the Gen2 decoder and I am well aware of the new features of the Fetch Mini which by the way are quite superficial. Furthermore I don’t need or want to change to different hardware.
    The dilemma lies completely with iiNet and their unfair decision to deliver Moviebox to new customers included in their monthly subscription and not to existing customers who pay the exact same $5 subscription.
    This only requires a firmware change to correct and no amount of rock hiding around terms and features and changing boxes will erase this. As I have said before this is a blot on iiNet’s reputation and grossly unfair.
    I hope other customers will see this and take up the call.

    • Chris May says:

      Thank you for your feedback, Kenneth. We have passed this along, however there are currently no plans for this to change. If you wish to use the Movie Box feature you have the option to either sign up for an Entertainment Plus subscription using your Generation 1/2 set top box, or purchase one of our new iiNet TV With Fetch plans that include a Generation 3 Mini set top box.

      – Chris

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