M-GO now available on LG SMART TVs

 M-GO, a new  movie and TV streaming service, and LG Electronics announced today that U.S. owners of LG Smart TVs are now able to get M-GO’s library of the new releases from Hollywood’s top talent in movies and TV shows streaming directly on their big screens.

With M-GO, people only pay for the movies and TV shows they want, never needing to commit to subscription fees. M-GO has content deals secured with Hollywood’s major studios, which drive its always-growing library of the newest releases – including such blockbusters as: We’re The Millers, Grown Ups 2The Heat and White House Down – the earliest they are available at retail, months before other streaming services.

For 2013 and 2012 LG Smart TVs, M-GO is preloaded on the Smart TV homepage making it easily and readily available as soon as users activate or update their LG Smart TVs. The M-GO service integrates seamlessly with LG’s intuitive “Magic Remote,” making it simpler for consumers to find, organize, purchase and enjoy their favourite movies and TV shows via M-GO. Starting today, just in time for the holidays, 2013 and 2012 LG Smart TV users can try out M-GO with a special offer of two free rentals of SD or HD movies by typing in the code “LGTV” and hitting apply at the point of purchase. The promotion is valid through Dec. 31, 2013.

“Consumers want immersive new home entertainment experiences and easy access the entertainment that matters most to them,” says James Fishler, senior vice president, marketing, LG Electronics USA. “M-GO combines an open platform with a user-friendly interface that seamlessly integrates with the LG Smart TV platform, delivering the quality digital media experience that shows with LG, it’s all possible.”


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