My husband and I used to go out often to watch movies. This was our favorite hobby. We would normally have date nights. We’d eat dinner out and then watch whatever is showing on the big screen. This was when we still didn’t have our baby. Now, Friday nights are spent at home playing with Baby Zeeka or watching TV.

Imagine my elation when I heard about Clickplay is the country’s first movie-on-demand service provider in the Philippines. This means that you can watch a movie anytime and anywhere using your laptop (via browser), Samsung Smart TV or your mobile phone (the Android app has been released; soon to release the iOS application). They have partnerned with Warner and Sony to bring you 200 Blockbuster titles and the newest movie releases. The new releases on the site right now are The Hangover 3, After Earth, The Great Gatsby (I love this movie, but it’s really depressing :P), Evil Dead, Incredible Burt Wonderstone and Jack and the Giant Slayer.

Sherwin Dela Cruz, President of with Cosplayers at the Press Launch

Sherwin Dela Cruz, President of with Cosplayers at the Press Launch Demo using Samsung Gadgets/TV Demo using Samsung Gadgets/TV

Sherwin Dela Cruz, president of Clickplay explaining the Application

Sherwin Dela Cruz, president of Clickplay explaining the Application

Aside from convenience, since you can watch it from your home while lounging on a couch or even while changing baby’s diaper (in our case), Clickplay is really very afffordable. For each movie, you just have to pay Php 60.00 and Php 100 for the new releases (cheapest rate in the whole world). For movies in the theater, my hubby and I pay Php 440 for two tickets. We normally watch twice a month so that’s a total of Php 880 a month. If we spend the same amount using Clickplay, we would be able to watch 14 movies! Great deal!

Press People and Bloggers checking out

Press People and Bloggers checking out FPJ of Manual to Lyf and Marjorie from 0023 0024 0018

Going through the site is very easy, too. has very good user interface; it’s very easy to navigate through the site. Also, buffering of the video only takes seconds. Paying is also very easy since you can pay using your credit card of via Paypal or you can auto – charge it using your PLDT account (you just enroll it upon registration). Another option is to use Smart’s Operator Billing (can be for either prepaid or postpaid).

So how does Clickplay work? Basically, it is just like renting a movie. If you use your account, you can watch a movie that you ‘rented’ from three different devices within 30 days from the time of purchase. So if you log on using your laptop, you can also watch it using your phone or your husband’s PC. I actually can’t wait to rent my first movie already! 0005


Together with other bloggers: Jonel  and Marjorie Uy of, Jason De Villa from Technoodling, Yours Truly for Manila Reviews, Michelle Lim for My Mom Friday and Jackie Go of Go JackieGo! 0026 0025 0017 0014 0027

I’m glad I attended the Press Launch and got to know about this service!

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About The Author

Ginger is the General Manager of She is also the co-founder of a tech start-up company called Turn Up Trumps, Inc. She is a business coach and has her own program called Love the Leap. She has been a blogger since 2005, writing for, and She graduated MA in Communications Major in Integrated Marketing Communications from the University of Asia and the Pacific. She worked as an account executive for a couple of ad agencies. She also managed a food franchise store. Her longest corporate stint was as a product manager for a known bank in the Philippines.

3 Responses

  1. PLDT Customer

    Just enrolled as part of my PLDT DSL service. I was able to watch 1 movie then since yesterday its not working

  2. Mom-Friday

    So convenient right? I’m excited to watch my first movie too… if not for the kids’ kakulitan, I could have watched na last weekend! Heehee.. Lovely to see you again at the event!


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