iTunes was Freezone's first partner and we are proud that the partnership continues to deliver quota-free entertainment to our customers. All iiNet broadband products (excluding mobile broadband and satellite) include VIP access to the Apple iTunes store with unmetered downloads of millions of songs, music videos, audiobooks, movies, and TV shows.
This means the content delivered by the Australian iTunes servers will count as Freezone traffic, allowing you to enjoy hours of the latest music and HD video content without taking a hit to your monthly quota!
Frequently Asked Questions
Does all iTunes content count as Freezone traffic?
Any content delivered by the Australian iTunes servers will count as Freezone traffic, however this is entirely dependent on the requested content being available on the Australian servers. If the content is delivered by international iTunes servers, then it will count towards your monthly quota. Unfortunately there’s no way to tell which content is available from the Australian server and which is only available from international servers.
Who do I contact if I experience issues with iTunes?
You can contact iTunes directly by clicking on the Support link in the iTunes store.
Are downloads from the Mac App Store quota free?
Our agreement with Apple does not specifically cover the Mac App Store, so downloading operating system updates and other apps may be counted against your monthly quota.