Revolutionizes the way people watch movies with BigFlixplus
BestMediaInfo Bureau | Delhi | January 6, 2011
BigFlicks a part of Reliance Group’s, Digital Entertainment Business has launched India’s first online Movie on Demand service BigFlix plus, which lets the user just click and play a catalogue of over 500 movies at a subscription fee across PC, Tablets and Mobiles.
BIGFLIX plus is a user’s Personal Blockbuster Theatre, which allows the user to stream and download HD (High Definition) quality content for a subscription fee of Rs. 249 per month by login on www. Bigflixplus.com. It provides high quality movie viewing experience to the movie buffs in India at the users preferred time, sans the advertisements, across all devices such as desktop, tablets, smart phones & connected TVs.
On this launch, Manish Agarwal, Chief Operating Officer(COO) – Digital Business, Reliance Entertainment, said, “BIGFlix plus is the 1stmovies on demand subscription service ,which offers a vast choice of HD Quality movies to the net savvy Movie Buffs in India, at their convenience, across all internet connected devices. We are looking at replicating a ‘NetFlix’ in India, In order to provide this world class experience, Reliance entertainment has hugely invested in developing the movies on demand ecosystem spanning across product, distribution & content.”
BigFlix plus offers an extensive HD Quality movie library across Hindi, English, and several Regional languages. Subscribers can now avail movies across a wide spectrum ranging from a critically acclaimed Paa to a rib tickling comedy like Bhejafry or Blockbuster like Dabaang or Singham at a mere click of a button. BigFlix plus aims to be the ‘one’ destination when it comes to Movies in India.
Keeping in mind the net savvy user who’s always ‘On the Go’, BigFlix plus is now available on iOS, Android, Connected TVs, Tablets and Mobiles so that subscribers can watch movies across devices irrespective of their location. What’s more, single id of BiGFlix plus login will give Subscribers access to the service across devices.