How it works

With Worldnet TV you choose where and when you want to be entertained. Worldnet TV streams TV over the internet, allowing you to watch on a range of different devices. All you need is one of the compatible devices listed below and an internet connection to get started.

Compatible devices

  • Worldnet TV STB

    HDTV with HDMI/AV input
    Worldnet TV STB
  • Mobile device

    Install free on your mobile device and watch on your big screen.
    • Apple TV
    • Chromecast & Android TV
    • LG Smart TV & webOS TV
    • Roku
    • Fire TV
    • Xbox and more!
    Download to apple app store Download to google play
    Download to apple app store Download to google play
  • PCs and Macs

    Adobe Flash or above.
    Web browsers with HTML5 video support
    PCs and Macs
  • Digital Terrestrial Channel 250

    Available on most post-2011 models of MyFreeview|HD recorders and TVs with Freeview|HD built-in connected to broadband

    Available in: Whangarei, Rotorua, Taupo, Whanganui, Gisborne, Wairarapa, Nelson, Timaru, Invercargill
    Digital Terrestrial Channel 25

Internet usage

Worldnet TV uses the internet to stream TV content to your device. You should verify that your current internet plan provides enough data usage per month and sufficient data speed to support your viewing habits and ensure you get the best experience possible.

Your current internet service provider will be able to provide your current data plan. Data usage per month is typically measured in Gigabytes and speed is usually measured in Mbps. We recommend a minimum internet data speed of at least 3 Mbps or above when watching Worldnet TV.

The amount of data consumed while watching Worldnet TV can vary by device, but the maximum data required per hour is 1GB.


Broadband Internet connection with minimum speed of at least 3Mbps required.  ISP and data charges may apply.
Only available for use in New Zealand.