Samsung Makes Deal With Netflix
- Stream movies over smartphone
- Two pricing structures
- Used with LED TVs made since 2010
Samsung Australia has entered into an agreement with Quickflix to develop an application which allows Samsung users to stream video content to select Samsung devices.
The service is part of Samsung starting to provide Australian’s with a Smart range of immersive and engaging content.
“Samsung is thrilled to join forces with Quickflix, Australia’s leading online movie rental company – offering customers a comprehensive on demand content on Samsung Smart TVs and across a broad range of other devices,” said Brad Wright, National Sales and Marketing Manager – AV, Samsung Electronics Australia. “Samsung recognises Australian’s growing demand for exceptional content streamed into their living rooms and plans to announce further exciting and innovative services throughout 2012.”
The service is available in the coming months on the following Samsung Mobile Devices:
- Galaxy S, Galaxy SII, Galaxy W, Galaxy Note, Galaxy Tab 7.0, Galaxy Tab 7.01, Galaxy Tab 7.7, Galaxy Tab 8.9, and Galaxy Tab 10.1.
Samsung audio visual devices:
- 2010 and post-2010 LED, LCD or Plasma internet-enabled television models
- 2010 and post-2010 Blu-ray and Home Theatre System models that are internet enabled
The service offers movies from an expanding library of Hollywood’s studios under two pricing models.
Subscription service: one-off joining fee of $12.99, and a monthly fee of $14.99
Pay per-view: fee no greater than $9.99 per track, episode or movie download