Quickflix Launches NZ’s First Unlimited Movie and TV Streaming Service

March 29, 2012
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From tomorrow, ASX listed company Quickflix Limited (QFX) will launch its streaming service in New Zealand – and it will be available to anyone with a broadband connection.

The Quickflix subscription streaming service offering unlimited viewing will retail at NZ$16.99 per month, however for a limited period it will be available at an introductory price of just $9.99 a month. Subscribers will be able to watch unlimited movies and television series digitally streamed to PCs, Apple Macs and Sony’s range of internetconnected Bravia TVs, Bluray players and PlayStation 3.

Over the coming months, both Panasonic and Samsung will stream Quickflix through their range of connected TVs, as well as Samsung’s Galaxy Tablets and smartphones. The service will also be made available to users of Apple iPhones and iPads in May. Quickflix will continue to roll out its service on further connected devices throughout the course of the year.

Highlights of the announcement include:

Unlimited movies and television series at an introductory price of $9.99 per month

Content provided by major feature film and television studios

Watch on internet connected devices from leading consumer electronics brands

Zero rated broadband access via partnership with Orcon – announcements awaited from other ISPs, starting with Slingshot

www.quickflix.co.nz

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