I suggest looking into broadband internet to replace the Foxtel. (You can watch TV on the internet, and also have it available for other things.) $50 per month can get most people a decent quota (eg 100Gb per month, dependant on where you live of course) so it is slightly more than you are paying for Foxtel, but much more versatile. Also, if you are currently relying on your mobile for net access, then you might find you can reduce your mobile costs by utilising home internet instead. You could even do a straight trade and choose a $40 per month plan, but quota is much more restrictive (eg 10Gb peak + 10Gb offpeak per month) so you would be limited to maybe 20-30 TV shows per month.
Also, if you are paying more that $40 per month on your mobile, you really need to change to a cheaper plan. (I use Amaysim which runs off the Optus network and has options ranging from $5 for 90 days (limited usage), up to $40 per month (unlimited calls within Australia, and 4Gb data per month). If you want to go with Amaysim, message me for a referral and we'll both get a free $10 credit to our accounts. Another cheap one is Aldi's mobile service than runs on the Telstra network, which costs as little as $5 to set up (and for the first month) then $15 per year (limited usage) or $35 per month (unlimited calls within Australia, plus $10 credit towards overseas calls, and 5Gb internet usage. I'm sure if you hunt around you'll find other options as well.)