LeEco unveils Le ‘Supertainment’ services for India with Le Live and Le Vidi

Chinese internet and technology company LeEco has introduced an ecosystem membership program in India, coupling with its ‘Made for India’ Superphone Le 1s Eco. It collaborates with Eros Now, YuppTV and Hungama for the program.

LeEco’s ecosystem membership program provides users with content, experience, and service at the same time. Besides providing users with content, this membership program integrates a comprehensive eco-services, like personal clouding services – LeEco Drive, LeMall and after sales services.

LeEco Le 1s Eco

“Today we launched our innovative LeEco membership program with partnerships with Eros Now, Hungama andYuppTV. LeEco is the sole company that delivers a membership program which integrates terminals, clouds and applications in India. Indian Superfans can enjoy more than 2,000 movie titles through Le Vidi, over 100 TV channels via Le Live, and 2.5 million music tracks under LeEco membership,” commented William Lee, Content VP of LeEco, APAC.

Its Supertainment package comes for Rs. 10,899, including Le 1s Eco for Rs 9,999 and a one-year membership fee of Rs. 4,900, and a LeEco offer of Rs. 4,000. For the first flash sale in Flipkart at 2pm on May 12th, LeEco will offer the Supertainment package at a price of Rs 9,999. The registrations for this will start from 2 pm on May 3, 2016.

With this, Le 1s Eco becomes the first ‘Made-in-India’ Superphone being integrated with a content ecosystem, which includes Le Vidi of more than 2,000 movie titles and Live of over 100 TV channels and LeEco Music of 2.5 million tracks.

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this gonna consume our mobile data or these service gonna run on intranet ?

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Your data of course.

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