Sony has expanded its promotional gimmick that it has started on its latest Xperia devices that gave users access to six full-length movies for free. But although the coverage of the promo has extended to cover a few new countries, it is still far from being widely available.
The Sony Xperia Z1, Xperia Z Ultra and Xperia Tablet Z are all high-end Android devices that are perfect for a great multimedia experience. And in order to showcase that, Sony flexed its entertainment industry muscles to bring 10 films to users of its premium devices. These films include titles such as Battle: Los Angeles, Django, Easy A, MIB 3, The Karate Kid, and more, with Elysium coming soon. Of course, users will not be able to play everything in the catalog and can only choose six items to redeem.
This video experience was previously only available to the UK, Australia, Spain, Germany, France and Italy. Sony is now expanding the service to more territories. Users hailing from Brazil, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands, Polan, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Africa, Sweden, Taiwan, Thailand, and United Arab Emirates can now enjoy a similar deal on their Xperia devices. All they need is to download the Privilege Movies app to get access to and redeem their choice of films.
The Sony Privilege Movies app, as well as the accompanying Xperia Privilege app, can be downloaded for free on Google Play Store. However, besides being compatiable only with Xperia devices, Privilege Movies is only available for the Xperia Z1, Xperia Z Ultra, and Xperia Tablet Z. Once redeemed, users can download the films as many times as they want without limits.