Binge-Watchers, Rejoice! Presto Is Now Available on Internet Connected Smart TVs
Presto recently announced that the service is now available on internet connected televisions. Samsung was the first manufacturer to confirm that it will offer access to Presto’s subscription video on demand (SVOD) streaming services on its Smart TVs.
Presto subscribers can now enjoy their favourite movies or TV shows on Samsung’s 2012, 2013 and 2014 range of Smart TVs, with the 2015 models coming soon. To take advantage of this exciting new development, owners of Samsung’s 2012, 2013 and 2014 Smart TVs can download the Presto app for free from Samsung Apps on the Samsung Smart Hub. Presto subscribers can access thousands of hours of ad-free movies with a Presto Movies subscription for $9.99 a month, experience unbelievable TV content with a Presto TV subscription for $9.99 a month, or get the full Presto Movies and TV experience with the Presto Entertainment bundle subscription for $14.99 a month. Plus, if you’re a first-time customer, you can use our promo code and enjoy a free two-month trial.
Shaun James, Director of Presto and On Demand, said, “The big screen experience for Presto has proven to be incredibly popular since we arrived on Chromecast, and we’re thrilled to announce direct availability on a range of Samsung’s Smart TVs. We look forward to continuing our roll-out to living room big screens over the coming months so more and more Presto subscribers can enjoy our great content on the largest screen in the house.”
The launch of Presto on select Samsung Smart TVs continues the trend of widening Presto’s compatible device offering, which recently added a selection of iOS and Android smartphones. Presto is also already broadly available to TV screens via Google Chromecast. A full list of supported devices is available here: www.presto.com.au/devices.
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