As COVID-19 restrictions in Melbourne once again tighten and a number of suburbs go into full lock down, Australia’s newest streaming service, BINGE has launched a new promotion for those facing restrictions again.
Starting today, customers in these Melbourne suburbs will be able to redeem a one month free subscription to the service.
BINGE CEO Julian Ogrin said: “It’s a tough time for a lot of people in Melbourne with new restrictions and lock downs. We wanted to help where we could by making the time at home a little more entertaining.
“We know that streaming has significantly increased during the COVID-19 pandemic with people spending more time at home. As a brand new service, BINGE is perfectly placed for those looking for fresh content with over 10,000 hours of the best drama, reality, lifestyle and movies from the world’s best creators.
“There is something for everyone to binge on, from global hits such as Game of Thrones, Big Little Lies and Chernobyl, to blockbuster movies and new binge-worthy favourites such as McMillion$ and White House Farm,” Mr Ogrin said.
The offer is open to new customers only and valid for one month access on the BINGE Standard package.
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