First Quickflix, now Panasonic Blu-ray is getting BigPond Movies
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Telstra’s BigPond extensive movie library can now be streamed to Panasonic Blu-rays, Players and Home Theatre systems through its Viera Connect IPTV platform.
BigPond has over 4,000 titles on demand, including new release movies ‘Salmon Fishing in Yemen’, ‘American Pie: the Reunion’ and ‘Contraband’ to TV shows like ‘Jamie’s 30 Minute Meals’, ‘Mad Men’ and ‘Small Time Gangster. ‘
Classic movies start at $3.95; $5.95 for new releases; $2.95 for TV shows. Plus, there’s no late fees involved.
“We are delighted to announce the addition of BigPond Movies to our VIERA Connect platform, offering Australians even greater viewing flexibility in the home,” said Anthony Smyth, Product Marketing Manager, Panasonic.
Panasonic’s Blu-ray Recorders and Players boast several smart home networking features, including DLNA, built-in Wi-Fi on some models and smartphone connectivity.
Other content already on Pana Blu-ray devices includes ABC iView, Yahoo!7’s PLUS7; Skype, as well as You Tube, Facebook and Twitter.