Costa Rica has a new entertainment option today with the launch of OnePlay by RACSA, a new internet video system in partnership with Mexico’s TotalMovie and in direct competition with NetFlix and Crackle.
- Free Movies For A Month
Different from the competition, explained Orlando Cascante, manager of RACSA, is that OnePlay also offers musicals and up to 25% of the movie library is renewed monthly.
For a cost of $7.99 or about ¢4.000 colones monthly subscribers can access content from their computer and mobile devices, such as a tablet or smartphone with both Android and iOS (Apple) versions.
Anyone with an internet connection can access the service and not just those connected to RACSA.
To sign up subscribers are asked for a credit or debit card for billing. The first month is free but has to be cancelled to avoid being charged for the following month.
Cascante said that RACSA expects to sign up 50.000 customers in the first year. Also, it will be coming out with One TV next year, that includes One TV Premium with international channels.