Good news for Foxtel customers who are feeling a bit bored at home! Your subscription just became even more valuable!

They’ve announced that they will open up their entire content library and date to all subscribers without any extra charge.

The gesture is a bid to help people self-isolating make it through the coronavirus pandemic by providing as much entertainment to everyone as possible.

From today, Foxtel customers can now access the entire range of drama, entertainment, lifestyle, documentaries, reality, Kids2 TV channels and on demand libraries.

Those with Foxtel Now will also have Drama Extra, Docos, Pop, Lifestyle and Kids added to their packs no matter whether they have the Essentials, Pop or Lifestyle deals.

The offer will be in place until May 31 and apparently customers won’t need to do anything to activate the changes, they will update automatically.

Foxtel Group Chief Executive Officer Patrick Delany said “we’re all in this together” and that the move comes in a bid to help keep families entertained while spending more time at home.

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“We’ve opened up all of our tiers to everyone. So no matter what your package, you will get all of our drama, our entertainment, our lifestyle documentaries, our reality and our kids,” he said.

“We’re all in this together and we want them to know that Foxtel is there for them. These initiatives provide customers with an even better entertainment experience in their homes with more content, access on more screens and more data, all at no extra charge.”

Along with the full content library, anyone with Foxtel Broadband and Foxtel NBN will get unlimited broadband data.

“It’s confusing times and I know after watching the Prime Minister last night, I took the very strong hint that we should stay at home,” Mr Delany said.

“So this should give a Foxtel subscription even more value and utility during this period and make it a lot easier for a lot of people to be in one small place.

“For kids who are spending more time at home, the additional range of documentary content including BBC Earth and National Geographic will help them continue to learn more about the world around us.”

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