Nokia has come up with an exciting offer for movie buffs in India. Nokia India has launched Ntheatre which brings a selection of movies in DVD quality right on to your Nseries phone screen. According to the offer, the buyers of Nokia N79, N85, N95, N95 8GB or N96 will now be entitled to pick free five movies of a specific genre, from 5 genres including action, comedy, thriller, drama and assorted. The movies will be loaded on a free 4 GB multimedia card from the Nseries movie library. The offer will be valid till the end of June 2009.The movies in the action genre include Spiderman, Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon, Charlie’s Angels, Company, and Border. The movies in the comedy genre include You Don’t Mess With Zohan, Gods Must Be Crazy, My Best Friend’s Wedding, Golmal, and Golmal Returns. The movies in the thriller genre include The Da Vinci Code, The Usual Suspects, Wild Things, Kidnap, and Raaz. The movies in the drama genre include Jerry Maguire, The Devil’s Own, A Few Good Men, Jab We Met, and Om Shanti Om. The movies in the assorted section include The Da Vinci Code, Spiderman, A few Good Men, Company, and Golmal.Sharing details about this interesting consumer initiative of the Ntheatre, the Director-Marketing, Nokia India, Vineet Taneja said, “Nokia Ntheatre is our salute to all movie buffs in India. It brings the home theatre experience to Nseries consumers. Whether it is watching Spiderman on your rooftop or unearthing deep secrets in your backyard through your very own exclusive screening of Da Vinci Code, Ntheatre enables you to live your movie experience in your own space. With this unique consumer offering, we are taking another step forward in our commitment towards providing the consumers a complete entertainment package on-the-go, through our powerful range of Nseries devices.”
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