Lunch Time Deals: The Telstra TV Is Now Under $100

When you're buying your lunch today, you might want to take a moment and spend a little more. Gizmodo's Lunch Time Deals posts point out any particularly good bargains for Aussie bargain hunters around the 'net. Today, you can pick up a Telstra TV streaming box for $99.

If you don't have a Chromecast or an Apple TV already plugged into the biggest screen in your house, or any other media streaming device, you should get one. The Telstra TV — based on a Roku streaming box — is a good quality, straightforward device with direct access to Netflix, Stan and Presto, as well as every major channel's on-demand, online catch-up TV library.

It's available for new and existing Telstra customers, although the company is nonspecific about whether it'll work with any other ISPs' home broadband connections as well. You can buy the Telstra TV for $99 through Telstra's website. [Telstra]


    why would i buy an australian product ridiculed with crap bugs and just a copy clone of hulu when i can buy establish already made chromecast or overpriced apple tv..thats like msaying football is afl nrl anf nfl when in fact those pretend sports are copycats of the word??? australian stuff is rubbish hence why we import everything just like that tennis player she wasnt even born here give her family and her PR and wow we have a new hit star..face it anything auss made is copied or rebadged because its utter crap

      It would be great if you could employ proper spelling and grammar before you troll with your unhelpful comments.

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