T-Mobile Galaxy S III scores The Avengers as virtual pre-loaded film

T-Mobile Galaxy S III scores The Avengers as virtual pre-loaded film


T-Mobile customers who pick up the Samsung Galaxy S III will soon be able to enjoy a free download of the 3rd highest grossing film of all time, Marvel’s The Avengers.  Available for free in the Samsung Media Hub on September 25, the movie will also be offered to those who already own the Galaxy S III.

“We are excited to partner with T-Mobile on this groundbreaking promotion and provide the highest-quality film experience for ‘Marvel’s The Avengers’ to Galaxy S III smartphone owners,” commented Dan Cohen, executive vice president, pay television and digital, Disney-ABC Domestic Television.

In addition the new Avengers news, Galaxy S III owners will be also be able to share licensed content (TV shows, movies) from Samsung Media Hub, wirelessly with AllShare Cast to any HDMI-capable TV.  In order to do so, consumers must pick up a new accessory, the Samsung AllShare Cast Wireless Hub, which will run $99.99 and be made available in T-Mobile retail stores beginning Sept. 24.

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