Nokia Partners with Bigflix to Offer FREE Three-Months Subscription with Nokia Lumia 520, Lumia 620 and Lumia 720 Smartphones

By April 16th, 2013 AT 7:16 PM

Nokia India has today announced its association with BIGFLIX, India’s first movie-on-demand service by Reliance Entertainment Digital, to launch the BIGFLIX App for the three Nokia Lumia smart-phones – Nokia Lumia 520, Lumia 620 & Lumia 720 that have been introduced to the markets very recently.

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Additionally, the buyers of Nokia Lumia 520, 620 and 720 smart-phones will be presented with an exclusive free three-month subscription to BIGFLIX services that would give consumers access to a huge catalogue of more than 1500 films in more than 6 Indian languages not just on their Nokia Lumia smart-phones but also their laptops, desktops and tablets.

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Now the funny part about this offer is that you get the 3 month subscription to Big Flix free with the Lumia series phone, but what about the bandwidth requirement for streaming these movies? Each movie will consume at least 600 to 700 MB of data not to mention 3G data if you plan to watch it without waiting for buffering every 15 seconds, who has the resources for that? To make the deal sweeter they should tie up with a high speed ISP partner who will provide free streaming specifically for all the data traffic generated through the Big… Read more »


But all these three handsets comes wid 2GB data of 3G for 2 months so wats the problem if it consumes u getting 4GB free not from from ur pocket.


Stream two movies on the Big Flix app on your phone and that free 2GB data will evaporate, what to do for the remaining 89 days of the free subscription?


if you stream movies on your mobile it will consume 250 to 350 mb only.


Wifi network?


Lumia phones are very good looking and their User interface really excites me. just Nokia and microsoft needs to fill their store with plenty of apps like iOS and yes, Microsoft is capable to bring every popular app into its platform just like they did it for Skype.

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