Bigflix, a part for Reliance Entertainment group that is primarily in to movie rental services, has today announced the launch of its latest offering for the mobile and tablet users in the form of Bigflix Plus. With this service, mobile phone and tablet owners will now be able to stream full length movies, songs and even trailers for upcoming movies direct on to their devices for a monthly subscription charge of Rs 250.
Keeping in mind the diversity of choices that people all over the country have, the service will be offering content in Hindi, English and several other languages. It has a catalog of over 500 movies to which more movies will be added in the future as well.
With the monthly subscription, users will have unlimited access to all the movies and can play or stream the movies on any Android or iOS enables mobile phone and tablet. Besides, the service also allows users to stream content on their personal computers as well in case they want some action while not on the go.
“BigFlix plus is the first movies-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,â€ said Manish Agarwal, chief operating officer â€“ digital business, Reliance Entertainment.
Users can access content from their devices over 3G or over WiFi whichever is suitable for them. The content has been optimised for mobile devices and Bigflix promises HD quality movie viewing experience for the customers with this service.
Broadly comparing with the regular movie viewing experience in a movie theater, this service offers more value for money as users do not need to be bound by time to see their favorite movies. Moreover the price tag of Rs 250 per month also seems quite pocket friendly as any movie that we see nowadays in a movie theater does not cost less than Rs 200.
Users can download the Bigflix application on both the Android and iOS devices from the respective application stores.