Get MIGHTY entertainment with Fetch

Entertainment lovers we’ve got some mighty fine news to share with you!

While you may be familiar with the Fetch Mini, you may not have heard about the Fetch Mighty. Those who already have the Fetch Mini know all about the huge features jam-packed into the tiny set top box. Now without further ado, we’d like to introduce you to the Mini’s bigger sibling – the Fetch Mighty set top box!

The Fetch Mighty has all the Fetch Mini has to offer, plus MORE! We’ve packaged up the BIGGEST and best features you should take note of. When you take up a Fetch Standard subscription with iiNet, you can upgrade to the Fetch Mighty during signup.

Tune in later

One of the biggest benefits of the Fetch Mighty is its massive 1 terabyte hard drive. Along with this it also has the ability to record up to 585 hours of standard definition TV. Not only can you record up to 6 shows at once while watching another but you can also Series Tag a show to ensure it records every episode so you don’t miss a moment!

The Fetch Mighty’s ability to record combined with the Fetch mobile app means that if you’ve left the house and forgotten to record something, you can simply jump on the app and remotely set the recording for when you need it – how handy is that?

TV Time & and Big Screen Titles

The Fetch Mighty includes Free-to-Air TV, Catch-Up TV, and add-on premium channel packs that you can subscribe to for just $6.00 per month, as well as a huge selection of the latest shows in the Fetch TV Store. You can also access your Netflix, Stan and hayu subscriptions** with ease by linking your account in the Apps menu. The Fetch Mighty also supports 4K, giving you access to Netflix and YouTube 4K content!^^ When it comes to the big screen, there is also a huge range of movies to buy or rent from the Fetch Movie Store and 30 pre-selected included movies anytime in Movie Box.

Go Mobile

Looking for entertainment on the go? Download the Fetch Mobi App and you’ll be able to watch premium channels, TV shows and movies on your device. You can even use your phone as a second remote for when the main remote is nowhere to be found!

One of the coolest features of the app is the ability to download and go. If you’re headed out and keen to finish a movies or show that you’ve already purchased, simply hop on the app and select download.  You can now watch it anywhere, anytime on your device, even when you’re not connected to a mobile network! Just keep on eye on the stops during your commute so you don’t miss your stop!

Get it for FREE on iOS and Android.

Entertainment in every room

Fetch Multiroom means no one misses a show and the whole family is happy. Multiroom allows you to enjoy your premium channels with just one subscription^. You can watch movie and TV shows you have purchased on your account on any box, and watch your recordings in up to three different rooms! If you like to mix it up, you can even start a movie or show in one room and continue it in another room! Better still, if you record a show on your Mighty, you can watch it in another room on the Mini!

Keep in mind that each additional set top box will need about 3Mbps of bandwidth so be sure to check your broadband speed to see if you have at least 6Mbps.

With a huge range of features and a mighty great price, don’t wait! Check out the Fetch Mighty and deliver even bigger entertainment to your family.

I’m ready to go MIGHTY!





*A Fetch service requires an active broadband account with the iiNet Group.

**Buying content gives you access to that content via your Fetch service. You have access to purchased content for as long as you have your current Fetch account. You will lose access to all purchased content if your account is cancelled or deactivated. Netflix, Stan and hayu streaming memberships required.

^ Additional $59.99 setup fee applies and a $10/month Fetch Standard Multiroom subscription is required for each Fetch Mini in a Multiroom setup.

^^ 4K content requires a 4K TV and eligible broadband connection.


  1. Meg kastner says:

    I already have a fetch mighty and a fetch minni. I am happy with them. I purchased them from you direct.

  2. Craig says:

    Hi, I have two accounts with iiNet: an ADSL2 and an NBN account at separate properties. If I buy a Fetch Mighty can I transfer it between properties and use it at both?

    • Leo Yarnold says:

      Hi Criag,

      Sadly, no. The Fetch unit, either Mini or Mighty, is tied to the service it was provisioned against, so its not possible to move the unit to different locations.

      – Leo

  3. Jeff says:

    Hi Erin, does this instrument stream live HD-TV via the NBN network and without utilizing an external antenna?

    • Leo Yarnold says:

      Hi Jeff,

      You’ll need an antenna to access Free To Air TV content. Otherwise, all other programming is delivered via your internet connection through Fetch.

      – Leo

  4. Tony Young says:

    We have had a fetch box for a few years now and pay $10.00 per month for it. Do we ever pay this thing off or can we get an upgrade to this later model. What are the options.

    • Leo Yarnold says:

      Hi Tony,

      Sounds like you have a rental unit. this is always the property of iiNet though you are able to upgrade via a purchase of a new Fetch Mighty or Mini.

      – Leo

  5. Neil Ross says:

    Hi Erin. I have an older Fetch set top box. How would an upgrade to a Mighty work?

    • Leo Yarnold says:

      Hi Neil,

      The upgrade is easy and depending on the previous unit you may have, we may not even ask for it back. The best way is to give our team a call on 13 19 17 – Sales will be able to arrange a new unit for you via purchase.

      – Leo

  6. merrilyn templeman says:

    i have been with you for over nine years and i rang about the fetch plan you have for new customers $59.00 @ month with the nbn…..and was told i would have to pay an extra $5.00 @ month on top of the plan i have now….why do long term customers have to pay extra

    • Leo Yarnold says:

      Hi Merrilyn

      Sounds like you’re on a grandfathered (no longer offered) plan, so you’re likely looking at a small price change. Have a look at what you currently have, versus what an upgrade and paying the extra amount might give you – usually the minor increase in costs comes with more benefits!

      – Leo

  7. Chris P says:

    When will the Fetch boxes support Amazon Prime?

  8. MARK WILSON says:


    • Leo Yarnold says:

      Hi Mark,

      Sorry to hear this!

      There is no way to transfer recordings from the Fetch box, due to copyright concerns. A Factory restore is a last option if a box is faulty, but this will remove all recordings, setting the unit back to factory standard.

      – Leo

  9. Janene Grant says:

    I had two Fetch Mighty they were fabulous only lasted two years that I paid for . Then when the second one broke I got told that the mighty box was faulty and they would only send me the Fetch Mini Box Whitch doesn’t have recording
    and the Fetch Mini was difficult to set up , I have missed many shows on free to air because of no recording .

    • Leo Yarnold says:

      Hi Janene,

      Sorry to hear this! It sounds like you had either a Generation 1 or Generation 2 box, not the Fetch Mighty (which is only as recent release). Have you had a chat to staff about seeing if a change from a Mini to the Mighty is possible?

      – Leo

  10. Sandra says:

    I have been interested in this product for awhile. Will this use the Internet to record shows and if so how much if recording shows and watching them.

    • Leo Yarnold says:

      Hi Sandra,

      The Mighty has a massive amount of storage for a PVR – 1TB. This means you can record hundreds of hours of shows without issue. It’ll use Free to Air where available and use the internet for streaming shows. Data amounts vary but bank on around 1Gb for a movie.

      – Leo

  11. Jan says:

    Not so happy! No subtitles with any Fetch Movies so of no use to me on that score. Why this discrimination against the deaf?

  12. Hayden says:

    Is the fetch mighty wifi? The power adapters are useless with our current fetch box.

  13. Brian Johns says:

    i got the mini from IInet and it stuffed the remote for my TV, now useless
    Because I wanted to record I had to go and buy a mighty and set up a subscription with fetch because IInet did not support it.

    • Josh McKenzie says:

      Hi Brian,

      Sorry to hear about the remote difficulties, hoping the team were able to lend a hand in straightening this out. We are sadly only able to provide fetch through set top boxes we’ve provided which may have been the cause of the trouble. Very glad to hear you’ve found an alternative that has worked for you though.

      – Josh

  14. Tim hudson says:

    Hi what is the set up fee actually for?
    Can you please break it down for me.
    Is the fee for the purchase of the box?

    • Josh McKenzie says:

      Hi Tim!

      Great question! Essentially, yes. The hardware purchase is what constitutes as the setup fee.

      – Josh

  15. Darren Backhouse says:

    Hi, I am very interested in this product. I have been a customer for many years.
    My concern is:
    My current NBN Connection thru iinet suffers from packet loss so watching shows via the internet results in freezing and then you miss the rest of the tv show or movie.

    Packet loss is a problem.
    I assume this will also effect the Fetch, is this correct ?

    • Josh McKenzie says:

      Hi Darren,

      Cheers for the comment! I would most certainly recommend raising the packet loss issues with the support team on 13 22 58 to try have that resolved first and foremost. It would very much depend where the packets were being lost along the way as to how your experience would play out, however, we can certainly lend a hand getting you back up and running smoothly again. We always want the best possible internet experience for all our customer’s and would love to see that your connection troubles are sorted to make your future fetch service as beneficial as possible.

      – Josh

  16. Jeff Maynard says:

    I have a fetch mighty and it is a very good product. Unfortunately the earlier generation models were very unreliable and I also had two, with each failing after 12 months. I remain hopeful that the robots that build those early models have been sacked and that the quality control at the assembly plant has now been improved.

    • Josh McKenzie says:

      Hi Jeff,

      The mighty has certainly earned it’s name in my books! Sorry to hear that you had so many issues with earlier iterations of the set top box. If you ever do have any troubles, please always feel more than welcome to give us a shout on any of our social media platforms (Facebook & Twitter).

      – Josh

  17. Beat says:

    Is the Mighty system compatible with NBN Skymuster?

    • Josh McKenzie says:

      Hi Beat,

      Cheers for the comment! Sadly at this time we’re unable to provide fetch services on NBN Skymuster services. As there are very strict fair use policies put in place by wholesale on data allocation for satellite services it would hinder the usability of the service, this of course is not something we want. Sorry.

      – Josh

  18. Olivia Darlow says:

    Is this something similar to foxtel. It’s something that I would be interested in if it has similar shows as gospel is definately out of price range.

    • Leo Yarnold says:

      Hi Olivia,

      We’d absolutely encourage you to have a look at Fetch, if you’re considering an alternative to traditional Pay-TV options!

      – Leo

  19. Michael Worn says:

    I’m a 10 year plus member with IINET including it’s previous incarnations.
    Is the fetch offer available to me and what are the costs involved?

    • Leo Yarnold says:

      Hi Michael,

      Yes, this is available to you – the costs are as what is listed in the article.

      – Leo

  20. Marise Walls says:

    Do you have to pay for Stan and Netflix or is this included in the price because I went to watch Netflix and it say’s that I have to pay for this service

    • Leo Yarnold says:

      Hi Marise,

      You will still need an active Stan or Netflix subscription – Fetch gives you an alternative way to access these services, which is handy if you don’t have a Smart TV, or a TV attached to a device like a PC.

      – Leo

  21. Dennis says:

    Can i record shows on Pinoy Channel on a Mighty Box?

  22. Gayle says:

    Hi I’m interested in upgrading to a Mighty. Can the cost be paid on the monthly bill until the cost has been covered or is it only an upfront payment possible.


  23. Duart says:

    Do you have to buy the mighty or can you rent it like I do with the mini ?

  24. Maria Hilario says:

    Hi, I already have fetch tv, but I only have the fetch mini and would like to upgrade it to fetch mighty. How do I do this?

  25. Bob Vincent says:

    I have a Fetch Mini through IINET and have been given a new M605T Fetch set top box. Can I swap them over please.

    • Leo Yarnold says:

      Hi Bob,

      If the Fetch set top box is a retail unit, or branded as being from another reseller, then sadly you won’t be able to use it with your iiNet Fetch service. Only an iiNet-branded Fetch service can be used with an iiNet-supplied Fetch subscription.

      – Leo

  26. Tim says:

    Hi IInet team,
    I have a Fetch Mighty that I purchased at the Good Guys, which is working well. When I signed up to the NBN I went with IInet (despite years of below average ADSL with the same) because there was a free Fetch Mini included in the deal at sign up. I had planned to use this Mini to add onto my mighty and use the Multiroom function.
    Only receiving the Mini did I find out that an iiNet supplied Mini can not be used to do Multiroom with a retail purchased Mighty. This was never mentioned by iiNet when selling the deal, although I did find it buried deep in the FAQs on the Fetch website after the fact.
    iiNet are now constantly asking why I have not set up the Fetch Mini, but there is no benefit to do so so that I can pay a second subscription that can not record. (Can’t help but feel I was tricked)
    My question is, can the IiNet Mini be “unlocked” or should I send it back, or maybe just bin it?

    • Leo Yarnold says:

      Hi Tim,

      This is a very good question and this is something we’d like to help with. Could you please e-mail your details to:, describing your situation and we’ll arrange for a staff member to make contact and lend a hand.

      – Leo

  27. Anthony Gregory says:

    Lovely to hear about these offers biggest problem is that my iinet service is s…!! Never even got close to 6mbps download speed, barely make 3 which shows in the quality of picture I get. That coupled with the wrong bills and getting marketing phone calls 2 minutes after I plugged in the phone despite asking for a silent number means I am very disappointed with the service so far from iinet.

    • Leo Yarnold says:

      Hi Anthony,

      This isn’t what we want for your connection and there must be a reason why this is occurring. Please e-mail your details to and we’ll be able to jump in and lend a hand. If we aren’t able to fix it, we’ll at least be able to tell you what is going on here!

      – Leo

  28. Allan Stancombe says:

    Do you have a channel pack which includes cycling eg Tour of France coverage ?
    (not interested in football rugby tennis etc)

  29. Mike Delaney says:

    Apparently Eurosport is provided in Canberra but not elsewhere, is this right and can Eurosport be included with Fetch.

    • Leo Yarnold says:

      Hi Mike,

      Eurosport and Eurosport News were available to TransTV (ACT) customers many years ago but this was discontinued in 2014. Sadly, we don’t have access to Eurosport at this time.

      – Leo

  30. Laura jane says:

    What’s the cost of the fetch mini

  31. Neo says:

    Hi – I have also been considering this for a while and sounds like a good offer.

    Two questions:
    1. Is some or all of the streaming content for the additional Fetch channels in HD?
    2. Is it possible to not subscribe to the extra channels and effectively only pay for the box with no additional monthly fee? Might then add channel packs later


    • Josh McKenzie says:

      Hi Neo,

      Fantastic questions! You can absolutely sign up for simply the base fetch service with no channels attached all the apps for Netflix and Stand will still work A-Okay. If you do decide down the track that you’d like to test the waters with the additional channels, they can be added or removed any time. Some channels sadly don’t offer High definition however those that do, provided your bandwidth allows, will stream automatically in HD.

      – Josh

  32. Ricky Muthukumaraswamy says:

    I would like to have a list of movies that you have. A catalogue of the entertainment.

  33. frank brennan says:

    How come I cannot get Closed captions on Fetch tv for English language programs. I know how to switch on the Closed Captions but it only works for non English programs. I have some hearing issues.

    • Tal Waterhouse says:

      Hi Frank,

      The availability of closed captions may vary depending on the channel being watched and program itself. To ensure CC are available, you can press the ‘INFO’ button on the remote twice while watching a program or once while in the Program Guide to view more information and confirm if the program is enabled for CC.

      If there’s any issues viewing captions for a particular program which has captions listed, please do let us know and we will be happy to review this further by raising the matter with the content provider.

      – Tal

  34. Luis says:

    IF you get the mighty, are you able to subscribe to Optus Sport?

    • Leo Yarnold says:

      Hi Luis,

      Sadly no – Optus Sport is an Optus-only product. We do have the BeIN sports package as well as the ESPN/ESPN2 channels to view!

      – Leo

  35. George Fisher says:

    How much will it cost to upgrade and existing G@ STB to a G3 on existing ii-net NBN

    • Josh McKenzie says:

      Fantastic question, George! Have you been having issues with the Gen 2 Set top box? We do have upgrade paths to the Fetch Mini Set top box available. However at this stage we are working on an upgrade path to the fetch mighty for a smooth transition. We’d be happy to arrange a call to lend a hand if you’d like to shoot us an email with your availability to we’ll arrange for someone to get in touch to discuss further.

      – Josh

  36. Michael says:

    If I get a Fetch Mighty will it still be of use after the subscription ends?

    • Leo Yarnold says:

      Hi Michael,

      As long as you keep the Fetch service active, the Fetch Mighty will still keep functioning.

      – Leo

  37. John Schoots says:

    If I get a Mighty Fetch from you to replace the GenII Fetch box we have currently failing, what differences would there be if I subsequently cancel the $10/mth? We basically only use the box to record free to air programs.

    • Josh McKenzie says:

      Hi John,

      Cheers for taking the time to comment on the article! The main difference will be that the $5 rental charge will no longer be a factor on your monthly invoice as the boxes are purchased outright. The Fetch Mighty also comes with 30 pre-selected included movies each month through the movie box application.

      – Josh

  38. Janene Grant says:

    Leo I spoke to the staff and said I wanted the same box that recordered the same as I had and paid for iinet staff informed me I would have to pay three to four hundred dollars for a Fetch Mighty again I didn’t think the company should expect customers to pay for the unit over again because it broke and needed to be replaced..

    • Josh McKenzie says:

      Hi Janene,

      Thanks for getting back in touch to update us on your situation. Sorry to hear there’s been some difficulty reaching a conclusion with the set top box. If you would like to shoot us an email to with your availability, we’d be more than happy to arrange a call and escalate the matter with the team.

      – Josh

  39. Rob says:

    I have fetch mini box only.
    Had sound watch Luther series and now no sound.
    Why ?
    Have tried other tv shows and movies and sound is okay.
    Can anyone please help

    • Leo Yarnold says:

      Hi Rob!

      This is a really odd one, as it sounds like it is affecting one program on one channel only. This suggests that the issue is not with the connection but with Fetch and the program itself. Feel free to e-mail us directly with your details and making sure that you mention your post here, to We’ll then have a staff member from our Fetch team get in touch to help.

      – Leo

  40. Graeme says:

    Can the Wi-Fi function be disabled? I do not want Wi-Fi or Bluetooth signals in my house.

    • Leo Yarnold says:

      Hi Graeme,

      The Fetch Mighty is designed to receive a wireless signal and when configured to connect via ethernet cable to the modem, the wireless is disabled.

      – Leo

  41. Adam Hogan says:

    Just wondering if the $209 set up deal is still active? I’ve been using a Mighty I bought from Internode, and it’s failing – less than 18 months old but Internode only offer 12 months warranty – so I’m in the market for a new one. Cheers!

  42. Mark says:

    I am an existing iinet ADSL2 customer who already has a fetch mighty retail unit. When I upgrade to NBN which will be available in 2 months, if I choose a package with the Fetch Mini STB, will that iinet unit be able to connect via my existing Fetch account?

    • Leo Yarnold says:

      Hi Mark,

      Yes, you’ll be able to use the Fetch Mini unit on the existing Fetch account.

      – Leo

  43. Matthew says:

    I have nbn through iinet, and a fetch mighty that a friend gave me which I have not yet set up. Am I able to use the fetch mighty to record free to air tv without subscribing to fetch initially?

    • Josh McKenzie says:

      Hi Matthew,

      Great Question! Fetch services and set-top box user interface will usually need a subscription to function. If you’ve picked up the box from a mate, it’s best to confirm what provider he was using it with. Fetch set-top boxes at the moment are not able to be transferred between providers, so the service will need to be activated with either Fetch directly or through the set-top boxes respective provider.

      – Joshy