Nexus 4, Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 new buyers, remember to get your free Google Play content

November 29, 2012

    Samsung Nexus 10

    In case you happen to have purchased a new Nexus 4 smartphone or a new Nexus 7 or Nexus 10 tablet, you should know that you’re entitled to some free content for your shiny new devices.

    We’re not talking about the $25 Google Play credit that was offered with initial Nexus 7 purchases. That ended a few months ago, so now it’s time for a new promo for Nexus buyers. Depending on what device you purchased and where you’re located you’ll get different content, but it’s all still free of charge.

    Nexus 4 owners get to download and/or stream Transformers: Dark of the Moon, the series premiere of Falling Skies (2-hour episode) and an episode of Planet Earth.

    Nexus 7/10 buyers will get Ice Age and Planet Earth only, while all devices have access to some free music and magazines from Play Music and Play Magazines, respectively.

    Naturally, if you purchased a mix of devices, namely Nexus 4 and a Nexus tablet, you’ll get access to all of the above.

    We’ll add that this offer is available in the U.S. and may change depending on where you get your Nexus from. In fact, if you’re reading this from other countries, let us know what free content you’re able to download from your local Google Play Store on your Nexus gadgets!

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    • Matthew

      meh, already have dark of the moon, do not care for the others

    • Mo

      Are you sure? it wants my money to let me download them
      I bought Nexus 4 recently

    • AndroidBrian

      Yeah I noticed I had Transformers 3 purchased. Couldn’t Google hook it up with a good movie?

      • Matthew

        At least it is not a BAD movie. Also I am sure they just asked around for partners for a ton of movies and these are the ones that was agreed upon, and a movie producer probably was not going to give out their popular movies for free, and Google does not really have the money to give a ton of free things with their hardware when they already sell them on low profit margins, you know?
        But at least we get something, which is nice.

        • master5hake

          LOL. Not a bad movie? Maybe the worst movie Ive ever seen. Fell asleep twice watching it the first time. Tried watching it again and just couldnt bear to make it to the end

          • Matthew

            lol, dont complain to me about that if you hated it

          • RarestName

            You see, this is the problem with people on the Internet. First, you guys bash an operating system that you don’t like based on your personal opinions, and now you guys are bashing movies based on your personal opinions. Just because you don’t like it doesn’t mean that people don’t like it too.

    • Ian

      Was wondering when I downloaded that Michal Bay film…. I don’t drink anymore so I know I was drunk.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Hung-Ye-T/1313724375 Hung Ye T

      available in US only ??

    • pete

      got some free magazines here in Australia but i think that’s all. ah no, there was some classic books with n4. got that transformers movie when i bought the n7 back in june

    • http://twitter.com/bzegil bzegil

      No love for me on the Nexus 7, charging me for the movies listed above.

    • Matthew

      Wow, my Nexus 4 that I ordered on Tuesday that got 1-2 week estimated shipping, just shipped today, In THREE days. That makes me really happy, especially the fact that it has 2 day shipping and I have packages from the play store usually arrive in a day. Thank you Google!

    • http://twitter.com/MysteryMannnnn Mystery Man

      Yea I got Ice Age but its not even in HD .___.

    • soubrou

      THe problem is: how to buy a product always “sold out” ????????????

    • Giraffes

      I got magazines and planet earth with my nexus 7. No ice age or transformers at all

    • http://twitter.com/drgauravn85 Dr.Gaurav Nerkar

      Nothing is available in India

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