Presto confirms Quickflix deal

prestoPresto has confirmed that it has entered into a conditional agreement with streaming provider Quickflix to offer its TV and movies to Quickflix’s streaming customers.

It follows Quickflix halting trading yesterday.

Once finalised, Quickflix will be able to market and sell Presto TV, Movies and Entertainment bundles across their existing range of services.

Shaun James, Director of Presto and Video on Demand, said, “Quickflix’s decision to resell Presto follows its strategic review of key players across Australia’s streaming entertainment landscape. It reinforces Presto’s unbelievable range of premium content backed by our leading marketing and curation expertise. We’re confident Quickflix customers will be delighted once they can experience the Presto service.”

The deal is subject to a series of commercial requirements and is expected to be finalised in coming months.


  1. And then there were three.

    Nine, and Fairfax, spent a lot of money on content and promotion for Stan without much result. iView is beating it.

    • I know… However have overall web traffic for Quickflix and Presto is tiny and insignificant, even put together. Still, if it IS HD (and not overpriced like both Quickflix and Presto are) it could regain some ground. Still needs apple tv though..

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