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Hubbl Review and Guide

The way we stream our favourite shows and movies has undergone a significant transformation in recent years, thanks to the abundance of streaming services available. But while having a plethora of choices is great, it makes selecting the right streaming service challenging. Enter Hubbl. Hubbl aims to revolutionise the way people watch television, offering a hub of on-demand streaming for free-to-air and paid subscription services. Follow this Canstar Blue guide to learn all you need to know about Hubbl.

What is Hubbl?

Hubbl is an all-in-one streaming tool, designed to eliminate the need to sort through multiple applications before landing on a show to watch. Similar to Apple TV and Google Chromecast, the hardware for Hubbl is a compact device that can be plugged into your TV and operated via a voice-controlled remote. Its point of difference, however, is that Hubbl can connect to free-to-air TV, as well as a range of streaming applications, including Kayo, Binge, Amazon Prime, Disney+, Netflix and more and show you what’s available on these platforms in a single interface. Hubbl also offers Hubbl Glass, which is a smart TV with in-built Hubbl connectivity.

Who owns Hubbl?

Hubbl is a streaming service owned by the Foxtel Group. This group also owns Kayo, Binge, Flash, Foxtel, Fox Sports and Foxtel Media.

How much does Hubbl cost?

Prices for Hubbl, Hubbl Glass 55-inches and Hubbl Glass 65-inches are listed below.

Product Options Device Information About Advertised Cost^^/month

Hubbl (Small Device):

  • No ongoing device fees
  • Get Disney+ Premium for 3 months, limited time only
4K Streaming Compatible

Free Delivery!


$99 for 1 Hubbl (small device)  Go To Site
Hubbl Glass

Hubbl Glass TV

  • 5 colours to choose from
  • Streaming and free-to-air TV entertainment
4K Quantum Dot Screen

2 year manufacturer warranty

Premium Delivery

55″ now $1,395.00

65″ now $1,595.00

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On top of purchasing a Hubbl product, you must subscribe to your selected streaming services. Hubbl does offer the Stack & Save program, allowing users to bundle and purchase subscriptions for three, four or five eligible streaming apps, saving $5, $10 or $15 per month respectively.

How to watch on Hubbl

The system can either be accessed directly through the Hubbl Glass TV, or via the Hubbl plug-in device.

What to watch on Hubbl

Hubbl gives its users access to a range of streaming applications, whether it be free-to-air or paid subscription services. Popular paid streaming applications available on Hubbl are listed below.

  • Netflix
  • Kayo
  • Foxtel
  • Flash
  • YouTube
  • Prime Video
  • Stan
  • AppleTV+

Free-to-air streaming applications available on Hubbl include:

  • 7plus
  • 9 Now
  • ABC iView
  • SBS On Demand
  • 10 Play

Sign up to Disney+ Australia

There are two plan options to choose from – a monthly subscription, or prepay for a year. Both plans include the same features, with unlimited downloads and the ability to stream on up to four screens at the same time. This table includes links to a referral partner.

Brand Subscription Type No. of Screens/same time viewing Advertised Cost^^/month or year
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Disney+ Monthly Subscription

  • Stream the Disney+ library, including Disney+ Originals, Star Wars, Pixar, Marvel, National Geographic & Star
  • Watch on 4 screens at the same time
  • Add up to 7 profiles
  • Unlimited downloads of shows and movies on up to 10 devices

min. cost $13.99 over one month

4No. of Screens /same time viewing $13.99
Advertised Cost/month
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Disney+ Yearly Subscription

  • Stream the Disney+ library, including Disney+ Originals, Star Wars, Pixar, Marvel, National Geographic & Star
  • Watch on 4 screens at the same time
  • Add up to 7 profiles
  • Unlimited downloads of shows and movies on up to 10 devices
  • Prepay for a yearly subscription and save on the monthly cost

min. cost $139.99 over one year

4No. of Screens /same time viewing $139.99
Advertised Cost/year
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Is Hubbl worth it?

Hubbl offers a number of features that are unique in the world of multi-platform streaming systems, including the Stack & Save program. If you’re looking for an entertainment system that will combine all your streaming services and give you monthly discounts, Hubbl might be the perfect match for you. Alternatively, if you’re not fussed about keeping all your subscriptions in one place, purchasing Hubbl may not be worth it. As always, it’s best to do your own research before making a purchase.

What are the best internet plans for streaming Hubbl?

If you’ve decided to purchase Hubbl, you’ll need to make sure your internet plan is able to cope with video streaming requirements. Generally, you’ll find the Standard Plus NBN 50 speed tier is likely the best option for high-definition video streaming, especially if you have multiple users streaming simultaneously.

As for Ultra HD 4K (which Hubbl does offer on select content and compatible devices), you’ll most likely need a plan on the NBN 100 speed tier, which is recommended by NBN Co as the speed tier required for this quality of streaming.

Keep in mind there are many factors that can affect the NBN speeds you experience, especially during high-traffic times in the evening. When researching NBN plans, it’s worth comparing the expected peak evening speeds listed by the providers to give you a rough indication of typical performance.

NBN 50 plans

The following table shows a selection of published unlimited NBN 50 plans on Canstar Blue’s database, listed in order of standard monthly cost (excluding discounts), from lowest to highest, and then by alphabetical order of provider. Use our comparison tool above to see plans from a range of other providers. This is a selection of products with links to referral partners.

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About the author of this page

Kate Lockyer: Content Producer

This was written by Canstar Blue’s Home & Lifestyle Content Producer Kate Lockyer. She has completed a Bachelor of Journalism at the University of Queensland. Kate’s been writing professionally for two years, and has worked as a content writer, media assistant and newsroom contributor for a variety of organisations and publications, including the National Family Violence Prevention Legal Service, community radio station 4ZZZ and Shelly’s Swim School.


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