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BigFlix records 1 mn registered users

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Mumbai: BigFlix, a movie-on-demand service that caters to movie buffs across the world, has recorded 1 million registered users.

According to the company, with the recent addition of diverse catalogues and an upgraded user interface, BigFlix has been the preferred personal blockbuster theatre among film enthusiasts. “With consumers across the world watching films on-the-go at anytime, anywhere, the BigFlix app, which is available across platforms, has revolutionised the movie watching culture.”

To celebrate the milestone achieved, BigFlix has announced a special celebratory offer for all its existing subscribers who have been a part of the journey of BigFlix since the very beginning. As a part of the offer, subscriptions worth Rs 1 million are to be gifted to certain invaluable customers who have been a part of the journey.

BigFlix business head Shreyash Sigtia said, “This is indeed a milestone for BigFlix. We have come a long way from where we first began, and every single user who has joined us in the journey has made it possible for BigFlix to grow. It has been an honour for us to serve 1 million registered users so far by means of constantly introducing interesting movie catalogues in a number of languages and by consistently improvising on the user interface and customer service. With this success, our endeavour is to continue providing high quality, ad-free films across languages and genres to consumers across the world on PC, tablets and mobile.”

Commenting further on the celebratory subscription offer he added, “The success of our service is attributed to the users of BigFlix. The subscription offer is a small token of appreciation from our side to the users who have been an integral part of the BigFlix journey.”

The celebratory subscription offer is being conveyed to the customers by means of personalised mailers. The offer is valid throughout the month of May 2013.

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