Samsung just launched a new music hub called Milk Music, a radio streaming service. Well, it seems they are launching a new project. The name of the newest project is Project Glued. This is a video rental service that will be launched in the second part of the year in Asia. The debut of the project will be in Singapore and Philippines in the next quarter. It will feature US and UK-based TV shows in HD. As you would expect, there will be a Samsung app for mobile phones and tablets and video could be streamed via web.
The service is something like this: you get for free the first episode and for a whole season you have to pay $6.50 each month. Every episode could be downloaded and you can share every one with up to six friends in 24 hours. The Asian market it's very important, as Asians don't have Netflix or Hulu. We think that Project Glued could have a huge number of customers that are looking forward to see UK or US TV shows.
What do you think about this new project? Would you like one?
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