VIDEO: M-GO Launches On-Demand Pay as You Go Movie Service for PCs, Samsung Devices and Vizio Players

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M-GO, the new digital entertainment service, today announced its launch into public beta. M-GO's pay-as-you-go streaming service helps people find, rent, buy and enjoy digital entertainment on the devices including - TVs, iPads, tablets, Blu-ray players, streaming players, Macs, PCs and soon game consoles and smartphones.

Beginning today, consumers in the U.S. can get access to thousands of movies and commercial-free TV shows on M-GO - in standard definition (SD) and high definition (HD) - paying only for the movies and TV shows they want without needing to commit to subscription fees.

The company has partnered with some of the world's leading consumer electronics makers for M-GO to be available as a preloaded service on the hottest new smart devices from Intel, Samsung and Vizio - with new partnerships to be brought to market in 2013 with LG Electronics and RCA. To get started, consumers simply need to open a web browser through Chrome, Safari, Internet Explorer or Firefox - and type in www.mgo.com. M-GO is also available as a free download from the Google Play Android app store.

VIDEO: M-GO Launches On-Demand Pay as You Go Movie Service for PCs, Samsung Devices and Vizio Players


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