SAN FRANCISCO--()--VideoBox.com, the world’s premiere online adult video download and streaming website, is giving away free Roku streaming media players to users who sign up for a long-term membership.
“A lot of companies are presenting themselves as ‘the Netflix of adult entertainment,’”
With the site’s new plan, members who sign up for 18 months will have a free Roku box shipped to the address of their choosing. The offer is currently limited to the United States and its territories, but the company is currently exploring ways to bring free Rokus to the rest of the world as well.
VideoBox members already have access to the site’s official Roku channel for free with their membership, but until now the Roku itself has been an additional expense. Now members can get everything they need in order to stash, browse and search an immense catalogue of over 14,000 DVDs in SD and HD from over 300 studios on their television. Additionally, viewers can manage their account and stash, and search content on the VideoBox website at www.videobox.com/enter.
“A lot of companies are presenting themselves as ‘the Netflix of adult entertainment,’” said Bob Beban, COO of VideoBox, “but we’re putting our money where our mouth is, so to speak, by making our huge adult-video catalog available on our members’ TVs at no extra cost to them whatsoever. At only $8 a month, the best deal in porn just got that much better now that we’re giving away the #1 streaming player in the world.”
VideoBox Roku channel viewers will be able to take advantage of features such as parental controls, a discreet channel with no “adult” iconography for added privacy, and search capability across the ever-growing library, which increases by five new DVDs every day.
This offer cements VideoBox's position as the top player in global adult-content distribution, and significantly furthers its goal of making electronic delivery to televisions affordable and convenient.
For more information, or an account starting at $8/month, visit www.videobox.com/roku/tv-porn.
Founded in 2002 and headquartered in San Francisco, CA, VideoBox is a profitable, progressive, independent start-up specializing in online video distribution. VideoBox has one of the biggest online DVD collections in the world, serving up multiple gigabits-per-second of video streaming from an adult-oriented content catalog measured in petabytes.