Reliance Entertainment Digital's video-on-demand service BIGFlix has partnered with Nokia to preload its BIGFlix app on select Nokia Lumia smartphones. While the deal period or the financials details of the partnership were not disclosed, BIGFlix informed that this partnership will allow them to bundle the BIGFlix app with Nokia Lumia 520, Lumia 620 and Lumia 720 Windows phone smartphones. In addition, the company will also be offering a three month subscription to BIGFlix services for free to consumers. Through this app, the company claims to allow consumers to access more than 1500 movie titles across six Indian languages including Tamil, Telugu, Hindi, Bengali and Malayalam, among others on their Windows phone smartphones as well as their desktop, tablets and laptops among others. BIGFlix Bundling Deals: This partnership will be BIGFlix's second device partnership. In March 2012, the company had inked a deal with Sony to offer its video-on-demand service BigFlix Plus, on Sony's Android powered tablets and Bravia Internet enabled TVs. This tie-up had allowed Sony to preload the BigFlix app on its Android tablets and Bravia TVs and offer its subscription based movie on demand service. In June 2012, BIGFlix had also partnered with its sister concern Reliance Communications (RCOM) to offer full length movies to the telco's 3G subscribers. RCOM had informed that it will be offering this service at Rs 30 per movie with no additional data charges or any hidden cost and the consumer will have to pay for only the content and not for the data that has been used to view this content, indicating…
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