Samsung said the offer applies to customers in the UK and Ireland and gives users access to all 11 Sky Movies channels, both live and on-demand, offering more than 800 on-demand movies with up to 16 new premieres added each month.
“We’re committed to delivering above and beyond for our customers and deliver a truly engaging experience right from the moment they start using their tablet for the first time. Our exclusive content package for the Tab S is testament to that,” said Samsung Electronics UK and Ireland’s marketing director, Ines van Gennip.
Samsung is also debuting its magazine service, ‘Papergarden’, on the Galaxy Tab S, is offering up to six months free access to music service Deezer and is offering other premium content, including Kindle e-books, as part of its ‘Galaxy Gifts’ mobile content offering.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S is available on July 4 for £319.00 for the 8.4-inch WiFi version, and £399.00 for the 10.5-inch WiFi version.
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