Micromax Canvas 4 buyers to get free movies, TV shows


Spuul, a streaming service for Indian movies and TV shows online, has partnered with leading handset manufacturer Micromax, to have its app preloaded on the new Micromax Canvas 4 smartphone. This is the first in a series of Micromax devices that will carry the Spuul app. Every new Canvas 4 smartphone will also come with a one-month free premium subscription to Spuul, offering the buyer unlimited, on-demand access to over 1000 Indian movies and TV shows on Spuul.

 Micromax Canvas 4 buyers to get free movies, TV shows

Micromax Canvas 4 with the Spuul app

The deal, the first such device partnership by Spuul, gives buyers of the new 5 inch Canvas 4 phone instant access to Spuul's entire premium movie and TV library, at home or on-the-go, for a month. This includes latest movies such as Special 26, Inkaar and Oh My God, evergreen blockbusters such as Rang De Basanti and Jab We Me and iconic TV shows such as Mahabharat and Fauji, to name a few.

S. Mohan, Co-Founder and CEO, Spuul, said, "We are excited to make the Spuul app available on the new Canvas 4. This smartphone has great design and functionality; the large screen makes it especially suited to enjoying a movie at home or on-the-go."

Commenting on the partnership, Mr. Manoj Gupta, Head VAS Micromax said, "At Micromax, we constantly strive to provide our consumers with an eco-system of best services through our technological innovations. With Spuul preloaded on the new Canvas 4, customers will now be able to enjoy unlimited on-demand entertainment on their Micromax handsets. We look forward to similar partnerships in future offering the best user experiences to our consumers."

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