Presto and Quickflix Deal Spices up the Streaming Market


Presto and Quickflix Deal

Quickflix and Presto Deal Announced

Film & TV buffs all over will be excited today by the news of a pending agreement between Australia’s leading streaming provider Quickflix and Foxtel/ Presto’s subscription video on demand (SVOD), TV and movies.

Subcribers to Quickflix will have access to an “Unbelievable Selection” of ad-free movies and TV on demand.

The agreement is expected to be finalized in the coming months and will be launched with the rolling out of a major UI upgrade to across all device platforms.

Currently Quickflix offer transactional streaming (pay per view movies and pay per season TV Series) and DVD subscription services. The addition of the Presto service will introduce Presto’s impressive line-up of movie and TV programming including premium TV shows from HBO Showtime, eOne, 21st Century Fox and a vast selection of Movies from major Hollywood studios.

The range of devices used by the Quickflix streaming is extensive, including smart TVs from Samsung, Sony, Panasonic and LG, and game consoles such as Playstation and Xbox and Tivo, Desktops, laptops tablets and a range of mobiles and other devices like Google Chromecast.

Responding to this opportunity Quickflix CEO Stephen Langsford said “ We are very pleased to enter an agreement with Presto, backed by Australia’s largest entertainment company, and the number one free – to – air broadcaster. Streaming is taking off and this agreement will significantly bolster our content offering for existing and future Quickflix customers ..”.

Luke Hopewell of Gizmodo.com.au commented on the competition with Stan, Netflix and upcoming activities concerning Presto and Seven. Will this deal create a new flurry in the pricing and marketing of online streaming services? Will Quickflix review subscription rates? Or will the upgrade to the User Interface pressure the current economics? What we are seeing is both companies currently offering incentives to prospective subscribers.

Presto already brings a large and expanding library of some of the newest and most popular TV shows such as Wentworth, the Walking Dead, The Good Wife, Rome and many more, alongside streaming blockbuster movies and popluar television shows to your TV or mobile devices. Their current offer is a 1 month FREE Trial of Movies and TV.

Quickflix offers a huge library of DVD and Blu-ray titles that are ready to be delivered to your door.

They offer instant streaming to your smart devices so you can watch what you want, when you want. Quickflix has a 6 week FREE trial offer, plus you get 1 Premium new release movie credit.

We can’t wait until these two come together, and like Margaret and David, provide more of the best quality, affordable entertainment.

Get the lowdown on Quickflix vs Presto and read our review of Presto here.