BINGE: Ten reasons to love Australia's newest streaming service
Get to know BINGE: Australia's unturnoffable streaming service
Action, comedy, drama, reality and more – welcome to the best of BINGE.
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What is BINGE?
BINGE is an Australian streaming service offering over 10,000 hours of the best drama, reality, lifestyle and movies by the world’s best producers, directors and studios.
There’s no doubt our love affair with streaming has blossomed over the last few years, with more Australians choosing unlimited data plans than ever before.
While competition for our attention grows, BINGE holds its own in the battle of the streaming apps – mostly because of its exceptional content but also because of its reasonable price point.
BINGE is a goldmine for fans of HBO classics – think Game of Thrones, The Sopranos and The Wire– and it boasts an ever-expanding library of premium movies.
Topping it off is a solid offering of reality, comedy, documentaries, crime and loads more, all wrapped up in a slick easy-to-use interface.
Here are the top 10 reasons to get on board with BINGE
1. Watch iconic series and must-see shows
BINGE brings you the highest-rated and most popular shows from the world’s best creators including HBO, Warner Bros., NBCUniversal, FX and BBC. Here are a few to whet your appetite:
Friends: The Reunion
For the first time in 17 years, the cast of Friends reunites for a special celebration of the beloved, smash-hit comedy series.
This gripping drama series stars Nicole Kidman and Hugh Grant as Grace and Jonathan Fraser, whose seemingly perfect lives begin to unravel following a brutal murder.
Mare of Easttown
As life crumbles around her, small-town Pennsylvania detective Mare Sheehan (Kate Winslet) investigates a devastating local murder.
2. Curl up with quality movies from every genre
Binge-worthy entertainment from the world’s top studios. Action, animation, drama – add this well-rounded combo to your BingeList.
Zack Snyder's Justice League
Determined to ensure Superman’s ultimate sacrifice was not in vain, Bruce Wayne aligns forces with Diana Prince with plans to recruit a team of metahumans to protect the world from an approaching threat of catastrophic proportions.
This animated comedy follows a Koala named Buster (voiced by Matthew Mcconaughey), who hosts a singing competition at his theatre with hopes of restoring it to its former glory.
The explosive true story about the women who brought down the man behind the most controversial media empire of all time: Fox News.
3. Keep up with new content
From fantasy dramas to thrillers that keep you guessing, BINGE keeps your finger on the pulse of streaming entertainment. Never feel left out of those ‘have you seen?” conversations.
The Flight Attendant
A deadly mystery with a turbulent descent. This dark comedic thriller starring Kaley Cuoco tells the story of how an entire life can change in one night.
A Discovery of Witches
A historian and closet witch stumbles across an old manuscript that throws her back into the world of magic and a forbidden romance.
In Victorian London, a new underclass equipped with supernatural abilities must fight the brutal forces determined to annihilate their kind.
4. Easy navigation and pop out player
Expectations are high when it comes to user experience, and BINGE does not disappoint. The interface is clean and enticing - making it easy to browse different genres and search by mood, theme or actor. It helps that shows are listed along with their IMDb rating.
Don’t miss the pop out player on desktop that lets you watch movies in a small window while you (pretend to) work or study.
The BINGE Help Centre is comprehensive and searchable, and you can find clear answers to almost any question.
5. Find new gems in curated carousels
A quick scroll through the home page provides a tonne of viewing inspiration - from latest arrivals to cleverly themed groupings and staff picks. Here are some of the categories you can expect to see:
- All Time Comedy Greats
- Icon Film Franchises
- Sitcom Classics
- True Crime & Investigations
- Aussie Originals
- World's Best Docos
6. Try fun ways to ‘kill the scroll’
There’s nothing worse than wasting precious time in dead-end scrolling. Horizontal tiles blur, tensions flare and analysis paralysis sets in. BINGE understands your pain and offers practical (and inventive) solutions:
Build a playlist of content to watch later on – it’s like money in the bank. When you don’t feel like scrolling, open your BingeList and hit play.
Choose a theme, show, franchise, or actor or director and binge your way through hours of entertainment.
7. Watch BINGE on your favourite devices
You can stream content on a wide range of devices including phones, laptops, tablets and smart TVs – and, depending on your plan, you can watch on up to four screens at once.
There are plenty of options for watching Binge on the big screen including:
- Apple TV
- Android TV
- Telstra TV
BINGE is available on mobile phones and tablets using iOS v12+ or Android OS v7.
Just download the BINGE app from your App Store, sign in and let the bingeing begin.
9. Watch BINGE on your Telstra TV
Got Telstra TV? Add BINGE to your line-up and access all your streaming entertainment from one easy-to-use home screen. Here are the simple steps to get up and running:
Get Telstra TVYou can buy a Telstra TV outright, or add it to your Telstra account.
Add the BINGE appIn the Telstra TV menu, go to the Apps Store. Find BINGE, select Add App and confirm.
Launch BINGEOpen BINGE from your Telstra TV home screen.
Let the bingeing beginBe swept away by over 10 000 hours of ‘unturnoffable’ shows and movies.
10. Get 3-months of BINGE on us
There’s a lot to explore, so we're offering 3-months of BINGE Standard on us.
Take a good look around, try out the scroll-killing features and deep dive into the expansive catalogue — you’re bound to discover a whole new world of viewing pleasure.
Valid for Telstra consumer post-paid customers only, who are new to BINGE. Roll onto BINGE Standard fees (currently $14/mth) after offer ends unless you change/cancel. Must sign up via Telstra.
Interested? Sign up to BINGE now.