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After the news that Chromecast will now be available in Australia broke out, Presto, the country’s leading entertainment streaming service also announced that it will soon be on Google Chromecast. This move sends Presto into the living rooms of Australian homes.
In order to further expand its market reach, Presto also announced that it will now be available across selected Android tablets offering consumers bigger access to its “all-you-can-eat” movie service. Beginning in July, Presto will be available on Google Chromecast and selected Android tablets. The entertainment service boasts a great collection of regularly updated films from Foxtel Movies channel. Subscribers can watch these films ad-break free for just $19.99 a month.
Shaun James, Director of Presto & VOD, said in an interview that “we’ve had a great response from customers since we launched Presto. Our customers are really enjoying the unparalleled access to the quality and recency of movie titles available within a Presto subscription. There simply isn’t any other Australian movie service offering the quality of movies all included for one low monthly subscription price. Today that offer is even more compelling as we announce plans to bring Presto to the big screen in our customers’ living rooms via Google Chromecast. What’s more, we’re also making the move to Android devices to continue our push to make Presto accessible to as many people as possible.”
Blockbuster favourites like The Great Gatsby, Fast & Furious 6, Monsters University, World War Z and Elysium are included in the current Presto movie line-up. A Presto subscription includes all of these titles and more. Films like Grown Ups 2, The Hangover Part 3, Man of Steel and The Croods are just some of the additional hits coming in June and July. Aside from them, the service will also add a great collection of past favourites and other movies to the service.
New customers can avail of Presto for a special offer of just $4.99* in their first month. Subscribers can connect to Presto’s service in minutes after they signed up and paid the necessary fees. There is no lock-in contract so they free to come and go from the service on a monthly basis. Aside from that, there’s no need for them to buy through a basic tier.
Consumers can already enjoy Presto via Mac, iOS tablets, and PC. But beginning in July, they can experience Presto’s movie service in their home living rooms using Google Chromecast along with selected Android devices. Its movie service features an intuitive interface and delivers the best in local and international movies. It even includes curated collections, critics’ reviews and recommendations from Rotten Tomatoes.
The Presto movie service features films from all eight Foxtel Movies live channels including: Foxtel Movies Action, Foxtel Movies Disney, Foxtel Movies Comedy, Foxtel Movies Family, Foxtel Movies Romance, Foxtel Movies Premiere, Foxtel Movies Thriller, and Foxtel Movies Masterpiece. Aside from their regular features, subscribers can have access to on demand movies from these channels. All the movies from Presto are also ad-break-free.
Films from all the major studios and key independents including MGM, NBCUniversal, Entertainment One Films Australia, ICON, Sony Pictures Entertainment, Twentieth Century Fox, The Walt Disney Company, Transmission Films, Warner Bros. Entertainment, Studio Canal, Paramount Pictures, and Roadshow Films are offered on Foxtel Movies.