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Choose from a variety of international language packages including Italian, Greek, Arabic, Spanish, Portuguese, Macedonian, Romanian and Turkish. All you have to do is select the package that is right for you. If your language is not shown please call Airtel TV on 1800 247 835 for assistance.

Watch your favourite live Sports no matter where you are.

Keep them entertained with Airtel TV.

1. Select your Internet Package
Save up to $300 on these crazy TV deals with Airtel TV.

2. Select your language

All your, Local, Sports, Cinema Channels with your desired language in the comfort of your home.
  • - select your language -
  • Italian
  • Greek
  • Arabic
  • Spanish
  • Portuguese
  • Macedonian
  • Romanian
  • Turkish
  • Indian
  • Albanian
  • Algeria
  • Morocco
  • Switzerland
  • Belgium
  • Germany
  • UK
  • USA
  • Canadian
  • Kurdistan
  • Sweden
  • Norway
  • Denmark
  • Poland
  • Brazil
  • Netherland
  • Pakistan
  • Persian
  • Chec Republic
  • Hungarian
  • Bulgaria
  • Thailand
  • Islam
Total monthly costs:

Now you can really enjoy Airtel TV, in your desired language, and Super-fast Internet, all for the one low price and with all the Google Features.

3. Contract term
Free set-up fees included with 24 month plans.
Set up fees (Once of payment)
Critical Information
A $300 Connection fee applies for brand new apartments (NDC) that have not previously been connected and activated. This fee will be charged upfront for those customers only.

Set-up fee: $199.00 on a non-contract + cost of Modem, Set up Fee: $129.00 on a 6 month contract + cost of modem, Set up Fee: $99.00 on a 12 Month contract + cost of modem, (modem can be costed over the period of contract if needed) Set up Fee: $0.00 plus modem free on a 24-month contract, if cancelled remainder of modem cost to be paid plus cancellation fee of contract.

- Speed change fee: $30
- Location change from $120
- Incorrect call out fee (if no fault found on Carriers Network): $165
- Late cancellation: $150 if in the first 12 months ($15.00 p/m thereafter)
- Missed appointment $150
- Labour rate (included up to nearest hour) :$77
- Order withdrawal prior to service activation: $27.50
- Modem Prices – from $145.00 (RRP-$199.00)
- Zone (A) – VIC, NSW, QLD, SA (modem delivery charges)
- Zone (B) - Rest of Australia (modem Delivery charges)
5. Select your modem preference.
  • - select prefered delivery option -
  • WA, NT, TAS
  • Express - VIC, NSW, QLD, SA
  • Express - WA, NT, TAS
Modem delivery charge:
Wi-Fi Router / Repeater
Wi-Fi Router / Repeater
AR120AC-Q / Fast Wi-Fi Reception

5GHz: Up to 1800Mbps
2.4GHz: Up to 600Mbps

Your Order Summary:

Total monthly costs:
Total setup fees: (Once of payment)
Set up fees: (See term options above)
Modem charge: $145.00
Modem delivery charge: (See delivery option above)
Handset charge: (See telephone options above)
Total setup fees: (Once of payment)
Set up fees: $0
Modem charge: $0
Modem delivery charge: (See delivery option above)
Handset charge: (See telephone options above)
Total setup fees: (Once of payment)
Set up fees: (See term options above)
Modem charge: $199.95
Modem delivery charge: (See delivery option above)
Handset charge: (See telephone options above)
Total setup fees: (Once of payment)
Set up fees: $0
Modem charge: $199.95
Modem delivery charge: (See delivery option above)
Handset charge: (See telephone options above)
Critical Information Summary
Information about the service

When the viewer subscribers to a IPTV service they are provided with the service’s specific Set Top Box (STB). A set top box is the piece of endpoint equipment that decodes and decrypts TV and VOD streams for display on the TV screen. This STB is connected to the viewers’ internet connection (router) and uses the internet to deliver the video and TV content to the viewer. This saves heavy costs for TV satellite discs and avoids any cable connections.


When we talk about online streaming, there are many terms we come across, IPTV being one of them. We are experiencing a paradigm shift from traditional modes of broadcasting like cable or satellite TV towards internet based streaming and, IPTV as a system has a major role to play in this transitional phase. Customers essentially don’t care much about owning the content as much as they care about accessing content. This is where IPTV comes into the picture. Let’s take a closer look at what exactly IPTV is, how it works & it’s architecture, the types of IPTV services and the future of IPTV.

What is IPTV?

IPTV refers to Internet-based Protocol Television where internet is used to deliver TV programs & Videos that are either live or on demand. IPTV is a system where digital television service is delivered to the subscriber through Internet protocol technology via the medium of broadband or internet connection.
It is slightly different from digital video that is accessed by millions of users on sites or apps like YouTube or Netflix, but it shares quite a bit of the same ubiquitous, pervasive nature. Also unlike standard cable or satellite connection, in IPTV multiple TV sets can use a single subscription within a home.
IPTV gives the viewers the added advantage and convenience of being able to pick the program they want to watch whenever and wherever they feel like watching it apart from tuning into any Live TV shows that are being aired currently.
To understand how IPTV is different from traditional TV, let’s compare traditional mode of viewing TV with IPTV –
Cable and satellite both function by enabling users to “tune in” to specific channels within that signal and the fundamental difference is that cable is via a wired connection whereas satellite is wireless (until it reaches your house, anyway). A prime example of Cable TV is Time Warner Cable that is delivered via coaxial cable connection and an example of Satellite TV is from providers like DirecTV that is transmitted and delivered to the viewers via radio waves.
IPTV uses Internet protocol (IP) based network to deliver TV channels to users’ set-top box. Internet networks differ from cable and satellite by offering content through the same client-server model that renders email, websites and other Internet-based services. As we will see mentioned further in this blog, IP or Internet Protocol is the language that is used for transferring data packets between computers attached to the internet network.
The consumer requests and receives TV Shows and Video content is delivered to the viewer via Internet Protocol (IP) based networks instead of cable or satellite. Unlike cable or satellite where content is broadcast in real time, on a transmit and forget the model, IPTV has the ability to store the programming on servers at transmitting end, allowing users to request the content over the Internet at any time.

How does IPTV work?

IPTV is much similar like browsing the internet than traditional channel surfing. It merely uses IP (Internet Protocol), a transport protocol which is a delivery mechanism to deliver the videos to the viewer. When the viewer clicks on any TV program or requests the video, video from different sources (servers) is divided into data packets and sent over the internet. Video servers transmit programs through fiber-optic cable to existing household via internet connection and requests are sent out and shows are sent back.

IPTV architecture

Depending on the network architecture of the service provider, there are two main types of IPTV architecture that can be considered for IPTV deployment: centralized and distributed.
The centralized architecture model is a relatively simple and easy to manage solution. Because all media content is stored on centralized servers, it does not require a comprehensive content distribution system. Centralized architecture is generally good for a network that provides relatively small VOD service deployment, has an adequate core and edge bandwidth and has an efficient content delivery network (CDN).
Distributed architecture is just as scalable as the centralized model, however, it has bandwidth usage advantages and inherent system management features that are essential for managing a larger server network. Operators who plan to deploy a relatively large system should, therefore, consider implementing a distributed architecture model right from the start. Distributed architecture requires intelligent and sophisticated content distribution technologies to augment effective delivery of multimedia contents over service provider’s network.

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