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Thank you to David Sims for sending me This Media Release: Friday, August 15, 2014.

New pricing and recent big screen availability via Google Chromecast position Presto as a digital force to be reckoned with

Presto, Australia’s premier entertainment streaming service, is set to become more accessible than ever as it unveils a new ‘all-you-can-eat’ flat rate movie subscription price of $9.99 per month on a no lock-in contract*. The new pricing, effective as of Sunday 17 August, puts Presto at the forefront of internet movie streaming services offering the most blockbuster hits at the best available value. Today’s news comes on the heels of Presto’s arrival on Chromecast, bringing it to household big screens. As a thanks for the ongoing loyalty, Presto is also offering one month free to current paying Presto customers.**

Shaun James, Director Presto & VOD, said, “We’ve established our new pricing to provide a simple flat rate for customers and today we’re thrilled to bring Presto to eager movie lovers at our new $9.99 per month subscription price with no lock-in contract*. With Presto’s vast offering of recent blockbusters and classic films, we have delivered one of the best value-for-money movie subscription streaming services anywhere. What’s more, with Presto’s recent launch on Chromecast, subscribers can now enjoy Presto movies on living room big screens.”

Presto features premium movie content with a regularly updating collection of great films all included in the $9.99 monthly subscription*. Presto’s hit movies for August include Captain Phillips, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2, Pacific Rim and We’re the Millers. New hits set to join the line-up over the next few months also include 2014 Academy award winning Blue Jasmine, Thor: The Dark World, Delivery Man and The Fifth Estate along with even more movie hits and past mega-title favourites including Man of Steel, Despicable Me 2 and The Hangover Part 3.

All Presto movies are ad-break-free and feature the strongest line up of subscription on demand movies, plus additional access to Presto Rental pay-per-view titles*.

Subscribers can connect to Presto in minutes and are free to come and go from the service on a monthly basis, with no lock-in contract, and without the need to buy through a basic tier.

Presto offers an intuitive customer interface and delivers the best in local and international movies including curated collections, recommendations and critics’ reviews. Viewers can enjoy Presto on TV via Chromecast, selected Android tablets, iOS tablets and PC/Mac computers*. The Presto app is available on the Apple and Samsung app stores and on Google Play.

Presto continues to offer movies from all the major studios and key independents including MGM, NBCUniversal, Paramount Pictures, Roadshow Films, Sony Pictures Entertainment, Twentieth Century Fox, The Walt Disney Company, Warner Bros. Entertainment, Entertainment One Films Australia, ICON, Studiocanal and Transmission Films.

Presto is available to all Australians with a suitable internet connection.*

This is Great news if your into watching Movies. 🙂