Offering FREE TRIALS to NUmedia streaming media TV on your Website pages.
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an email campaign to convert free trial members to paid members.
all support as well as tech support.
credit your account daily with paid subscriber earnings.
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NUmedia Group LLC
NUmedia Service Highlights
3500+ Native Language Channels. 500+ USA, 500+ Latino, 200+ Canadian, 200+ Indian and so many more!
For use on TV's, Tablets, Notebooks, Smart Phones. (Android Based) can use on any 3 devices. Add'l device is 9.95 per mo. (Televisions require Amazon FireTv Stick).
USA partial list:
- 33 Premium Channels, HBO - STARZ - Cinemax - Showtime and more.
- 17 Childrens Channels, Disney, Nickelodeon, Cartoon and more.
- 123 Entertainment Channels, Normal daily watched channels including national networks like ABC, NBC, CBS, CNN, Fox, A&E BET, and the list goes on. If you normally watch it, it is probably included? (most local stations require an HDTV antenna.)